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    Aspen and Volare Member Boncky's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattle Trap View Post
    I've got mad redneck skills shaping metal with very few professional tools. I have aquired an 1890's steam belt driven bandsaw frame to finally make an English wheel for my own shop. I think my lathe motor burnt up tho, so making more new dies for the bead roller is temporarily out. Making tools is as much fun as using them. But it did take me forever to figure out how to get that front lower quarter section right and it always feels great to nail it. Those challenges are what makes it all worthwhile to me. There's no such fun to be had without rusty cars they don't make parts for. My hat's off to you Boncky!
    Thank you very much, it means a lot to me and motivates me to work ... Because I have so much to do that sometimes the strength weakens ...

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    Sometimes staying motivated is harder then the work itself. LOL

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    Almoust done,
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    Last edited by Boncky; 3 Days Ago at 04:29 PM.
    Welcome from Poland

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    Wow that’s some special talent you have there ����

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    Its only hard work and milions hours with metal in hands I have question i have 1000$ for tune up engine, i want little more power, can i buy somewhere kit for this engine? Or what buy? Maybe we have here someone who sell some parts...

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