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Not a bad watch at all.

Personally I would have preferred a little less of the "waffle" and a little more detail on the rebuild.

 

Will be watching again next week  :)

The next episode "Land Rover" is on channel 2 tonight.

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www.powerblocknetwork.com

 

watched a few different episodes.  It is cheque book restoration and modification of american muscle but I find it entertaining and the body work stuff informative.

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For The Love Of Cars - Triumph Stag is on tonight.

 

According to the online guide they will be comparing it to an E-Type Jag  :o

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haha

 

Anyway, I'll be watching it 15 minutes after it starts again... wife is obsessed with Offspring and will punch me in the nuts if I touch the remote. :(

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I have only one thing to say George and that is to what I did and Buy a PVR and set it up two record the show and them watch it in Peace ;) This was a cheap investment.

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haha

 

Anyway, I'll be watching it 15 minutes after it starts again... wife is obsessed with Offspring and will punch me in the nuts if I touch the remote. :(

 

 

Haha

 

Yep my Mrs is the same, but I like it when Offspring comes on, its my cue to head to the shed.

It's one of the only times I get no complaints about heading to the shed "again"

 

Now I'm thinking about getting a nut punch from the Mrs. Mmmmm is that wierd?

 

Mick

 

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Classic Car Rescue - Bit of humour, an animated bald man that yells a lot and lots of classics.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtEHgOi-txk

 

I had to quit watching that program, the hack jobs they do upset me too much. No finesse in anything they did, just a geezer!

 

Same guy had a previous TV program called: Chop Shop, where his so called designer Leepu churned out some of the worst automotive abortions I've ever seen!

 

 

 

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If anyone is interested in some pretty cool youtube videos on metal fabrication and extreme modifying. This is worth a look and is funny too.

 

 

 

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yeah dude we are well aware of project binky! I'm pretty sure i first saw it on here, someone posted it up in the YouTube video section

 

Rudolf.

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Wow, this is amazing to watch! I'd love to have the money and balls to do that, although I doubt we could ever have something like that on the road over here.

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It seems like aaaages since the last episode, can't wait for the next one  :)

 

+ 1 on that  :)

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Just saw todays episode of Car Torque, they were looking at the Peugeot 208Gti  and made mention of Sebastian Loeb's Pikes Peak record hill climb. So I had to remind myself of what a cracking run it was.

But, it still doesn't do it for me like Ari Vartanen's run, doing it Old Skool.

 

Enjoy  ;)

Mick

 

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Love the subtle little quote at 19:48

 

"Semper in excretum sum sed alta variat"

 

Always in the shit, but the depth varies.

 

So true when modifying cars.  ::)

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Lotus Elise - The Inside Story

 

A mid 90's production about the Lotus Elise from concept to first car sold to the public. Fantastic watch at 2 hrs and 20 min giving you an insight into how a small car company brings a car to market.

 

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Building the unfinished lightweight E-types. Very interesting video with quite a lot of detail and peoples opinions of weather these are eligable for classic racing/events.

 

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