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BSA FW32 restoration

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BSA FW32 restoration

Post by Vortex O'Plinth » Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:44 pm

Interesting video which I don't think has appeared on either forum before?

"Open the pod bay door Hal".

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Re: BSA FW32 restoration

Post by Dobbinridesagain » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:39 pm

What amazes me in this situation, is that someone would be willing to put so much time and effort into rebuilding a car they had never driven and might not even like.
I remember the advice in Wheatley & Morgan to always drive the car first. Not possible if all you have is an incomplete box of bits.


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