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Just purchased a bottom of the barrel 240 from the west.

 

Apparently its not that rusty, ( sure)  but has been stripped and phosphate primed.  I have had the privilege of been taught metal shaping by none other than Peter Tommasini so am not too scared to tackle this one.  The main reason I bought it is because it is matching #

 

I know it is missing the bonnet and  rear glass  so if anyone has leads I would be grateful.....

 

Cheers   Johnny

 

 

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Hey Johnny,

 

How long did you spend with Peter Tommasini? Takes a while to build these metal working skills.

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don't tell me you have come over to the dark side, Kiwi johnny?? Your skills will be tested

 

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Thanks guys.

 

Funny how there is a lot more info in an ebay ad after you have won the auction..............

 

 Gav, I've known Peter for a few years and he has been a great supporter of the metal shaping weekends we have held. Peter opens his workshop to a group of us a couple of times each year  which we really appreciate.

 

What do you mean Mark ?   Holdens are the dark side !!    Mark from morwell...   mmmm   Not Mark Y  ?

 

Cheers  Johnny

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that's right... from the weekend up at your place - did you ever finish that English wheel ?

 

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