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#41 Posted : 15 July 2017 18:37:37

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Hi,

So as I said at the start of todays posts I've ended up with 5 extra issues, they are of no use to me so if anyone would like them for replacement parts or whatever and you live here in the UK then you are welcome to them.

They are all still unopened in the film wrapper and are being offered free of charge - I don't want anything for them after all they didn't cost me anything so really I'm just passing them on

Just to re-cap then the issues I have are

1 x 24
1 x 25
1 x 26
2 x 27

These issues have now found a new home BigGrin and are no longer available - sorry

May.
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#42 Posted : 15 July 2017 21:00:23

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That's a very generous offer May, I'm sure somebody will take you up on it.

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#43 Posted : 15 July 2017 21:11:54

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Hi Al,

Thank you, well hopefully somebody will have some use for them on here, if not then I'll "pop" them on ebay as a charity auction

May.
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#44 Posted : 16 July 2017 11:09:46

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Pm sentBigGrin regards PhilCool
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#45 Posted : 16 July 2017 12:28:10

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Hi Phil,

I've replied to your pm BigGrin

May.
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#46 Posted : 16 July 2017 12:34:17

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Yep thankyou May BigGrin philCool
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#47 Posted : 20 July 2017 11:27:50

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Hi,

Picked up issue 29 from the newsagents this morning apparently there's some kind of shortage with issue 28 so she couldn't get a copy for me and it's still showing on the online store as out of stock but I did manage to find one on ebay although a little dearer at £11 but at least I have one on the way, and I can now pick this one up weekly as well along with the Jag BigGrin

May.
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#48 Posted : 20 July 2017 15:06:59

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So you got the first part of the floor then May?Confused regards PhilCool
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#49 Posted : 20 July 2017 17:52:00

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Hi Phil,

Yes I have the floor plate, which you can see being installed in the vid link below if you are interested, but I have to wait until #28 to arrive before I can do mine Sad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VU4d6h0hNgQ

May.

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#50 Posted : 20 July 2017 18:01:36

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Hi,

Sorry forgot to select the attach file option - again Blushing

May.
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#51 Posted : 25 July 2017 12:41:17

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Hi,

Issue 28 arrived via ebay yesterday so this morning I worked through this and last weeks issues BigGrin

Issue 28

Radiator

All of the parts went together with little fuss, although I was a AP screw short as they had only supplied 5 but I have plenty of spares so it didn't matter.

May.
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#52 Posted : 25 July 2017 12:49:14

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Hi,

Issue 29

Chassis Plate

I tried various ways to prop the chassis up whilst I attached the plate, in the end I settled for using two car sponges!! the plate it's self went on fine - this build is starting to get heavy BigGrin

With any luck I should be able to pick up this weeks issue 30 on Thursday from my new favourite newsagents BigGrin

Thanks for dropping by

May.
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#53 Posted : 25 July 2017 14:16:59

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Great update MayBigGrin really quite a big modelDrool regards PhilCool
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#54 Posted : 25 July 2017 16:46:33

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Hi,

Thanks Phil, it's 52.7 cm in length according to the poster that came with issue 1 and it's really heavy to,

May.
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#55 Posted : 27 July 2017 20:11:04

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Hi,

Picked up this weeks issue today BigGrin

Issue 30

Water Pipes

I found that working though the steps in a different order to what is shown in the magazine made "life" a little easier as I didn't have to constantly turn the chassis over all the time, so I did steps 1, 7, 2, 3, 8, 9, 6, 5, 12, 11, 4 and 10. Doing 6 before 5 and 12 before 11 made installing parts 30 c & g a lot easier

You see, I'm learning BigGrin this weeks lesson - It's important to read though the instructions before making a start as the instructions don't always follow the most convenient route!!

Thanks for dropping by

May.
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#56 Posted : 27 July 2017 20:13:19

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looking good may, it is a beast.LOL LOL
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#57 Posted : 27 July 2017 20:17:28

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Hi,

Thank you Steve,

Your not wrong, I'm having to store it in a box my new microwave came in as I don't have anything thing else big enough!!!

May.
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#58 Posted : 03 August 2017 13:01:14

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Hi,

So this morning I braved the weather to pick up this weeks issue BigGrin

Issue 31

Rear Chassis Plates
My trusty car sponges will now no longer support the weight of the chassis Sad but I did spot a set of four tall glasses in a local charity shop window which do the job just fine BigGrin

As for the build, some of the screws needed a bit of encouragement to line up with the receiving holes in the chassis but once I had a grip they went in just fine.


Thanks for dropping by

May.

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#59 Posted : 03 August 2017 14:05:02

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looking good there MayBigGrin regards PhilCool
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well done may, you have caught up,BigGrin just in time to start again.LOL
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