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  • 13-03-2016, 16:32
    justamin
    I just read through the chat thread. Wayne, you've shown some serious restraint on this matter. Please build this chassis into another vehicle and show what it should have been capable of initially
  • 13-03-2016, 09:53
    Flying Phil
    Not wishing to get involved in what should be a private issue, but as it has been put up in this forum - Ref "Chat " thread, post #38 is interesting............
  • 06-03-2015, 19:34
    nobody
    Owners just started back on it apparently
  • 06-03-2015, 14:40
    SmokeEm
    Did this ever get finished?
  • 01-02-2012, 19:48
    Duncan
    cool though all the same on with the next.
  • 01-02-2012, 19:22
    nobody
    thanks
    im up tight now on this.last bit was to cover over the tank in the rear.

    the downside to building an 8 second car is you need 8 second bits,so cars off while the owner saves up.

    hopefully it shall be back later this year

  • 26-01-2012, 13:25
    JJMclure
    This is awesome! cant wait to see it finished!
  • 25-01-2012, 22:28
    No sound
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    what you dont see is the two hours of head scratching befor things get made.

    its hard trying to package everything neatly and so it all works together

    the fuel pump is covered by the rear bumper
    Donít envy you having to do that job. I donít like using both sides of my brain at the same time. Nice work.
  • 25-01-2012, 19:39
    stu460
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    lawnmowers my next project
    Tubbed and turbo no doubt! Great work on the Porsche. Very inspiring.
  • 25-01-2012, 18:51
    nobody
    lawnmowers my next project
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