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    Ben Caswell probably not the last word on anything here!!
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    Not Binky but part 2 of the van build is up.

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    Part 25 for your viewing pleasure:

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    Blimey that's left me a bit con fused!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jon_wilkinson View Post
    Part 25 for your viewing pleasure:

    Now, I've just got to convince these dude's that their next project should be to rebuld/upgrade my cabrio. And the likelihood of that happening is........?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiggiesworld View Post
    Now, I've just got to convince these dude's that their next project should be to rebuld/upgrade my cabrio. And the likelihood of that happening is........?
    Trouble is would it ever get finished and could you afford the tea and hob knobs.
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    I felt this last one was rather stringing things out; a little too much detail on the brackets and a little too much funk on the washer bottle. I would love to see this project finished and another started. Still I did enjoy watching it. A hundred times better than celebrity strictly come cooking.
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    i was thinking the same

    Quote Originally Posted by milliemarlin View Post
    I felt this last one was rather stringing things out; a little too much detail on the brackets and a little too much funk on the washer bottle. I would love to see this project finished and another started. Still I did enjoy watching it. A hundred times better than celebrity strictly come cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan c View Post
    i was thinking the same
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    Quote Originally Posted by milliemarlin View Post
    I felt this last one was rather stringing things out; a little too much detail on the brackets and a little too much funk on the washer bottle. I would love to see this project finished and another started. Still I did enjoy watching it. A hundred times better than celebrity strictly come cooking.
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    Ahh, each to their own here methinks, I enjoyed the funky washer bottle as it took over 3/4 of the process to work out just where the heck they were going with this. I just love the over engineering of it all, it satisfies my 'detail' addiction.... I definitely need to incorporate more into my car. And, when you see the club cars on display at Stoneleigh you have to admit quite a few have been subjected to being engineered for engineering's sake. And that's not a negative to me, just individuality.
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