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Thread: Project Binky

  1. #21
    frequent forum contributor Club Member stevejgreen's Avatar
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    Re: Project Binky

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    1800TC, Unleaded ported head, stage 2 cam. Ford Type 9 gearbox, Dolomite Sprint rear axle fitted with MGF disc brakes.
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    frequent forum contributor Club Member David's Avatar
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    Re: Project Binky

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    I really enjoy this series, the machining that went into that alternator/aircon compressor relocation is fantasic.
    Did look amazing, certainly some skills there, but as a retired rally'ist I'd be slightly worried about that flexible drive flappy around especially if they are taking it rallying or off road.
    - 9th Custodian of JRR 929D, the Triumph Vitesse based special Paul Moorehouse built prior to the Triumph based Roadster kits.
    - 8th owner of Roadster chassis number 2395. Kit manufactured 1983, first registered in 1987. Now owned by Barry!
    - Builder of chassis number 2325 (PKK 989M) in the mid 80's. Now owned by Eric & Lynne in the NE of England.

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    Re: Project Binky

    The thing I like about this program is that they do make everything themselves. It is such a contrast to American programs, where stock parts are basically bolted together. If you canít wait for the next episode of project Binky you might like this Australian Mini conversion. It has elements of both off the shelf and bespoke parts.

    It is five episodes long. It has really annoying ad breaks and some annoying music. On the plus side it does get finished. I enjoyed watching it even if itís not as interesting as Binky.

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    frequent forum contributor Club Member Patrick's Avatar
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    Re: Project Binky

    The MCM guys are awesome, be sure to check out their second channel too - the Skid Factory series is focuses on modification and fab work.

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    Re: Project Binky

    A gift from the Project Binky team for the New Year:

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    Re: Project Binky

    Episode 22 now available.
    1275 Marina/Ital based LWB Roadster in the process of a ground up rebuild.

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