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Old 05-16-2018, 08:17 AM
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the best thing you can do mark is to head in to the garage and start shaping some metal, watch what happens, take pictures, ask questions. we all love pictures and are happy to help.

do you have any projects at the moment?
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Old 05-17-2018, 01:12 AM
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Hi Neil,
I recently moved house and free time is rather focused on the refreshening of my new home wich is time consuming , however some month ago, I built a 2/3 scale Lotus Eleven Head fairing wood buck (monoplace le Mans style) and made all panels in 1 mm aluminum with my wheel , they are spot on fitting and finishing out of the wheel with nice gleam and no bump and lump .
I just have to gas weld alltogether. My facilities are not yet ready.
I will post some picture of the whole job when accomplished
I am hardly looking for some informations about Williams and Pritchard (other than those already on internet) eventually people who worked with them or kew Len Pritchard . My goal is to improve my skill with some Oldtimer tips like WW2 avaiation metalshaper.
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