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Old 01-26-2019, 07:20 AM
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Yesterday, I sold the last two Tommasini wheeling machines that were in stock here in the US. One went to Georgia and the other one is going to Delaware. I have checked with Joe Andrews and they have started another run of the full radius lower anvils and the upper wheels with the sharper corners that Peter prefers for use on his wheeling machines. I would expect that another shipment will be prepared in the near future.

For those folks in Europe that have recently been expressing an interest for one of Peters wheeling machines to be shipped from here in the US, I have to apologize and would hope that you can appreciate that on Peter's behalf, I have to sell to the first folks that provide the down payment. I have been in contact with Peter and he is willing to ship straight from Australia. Perhaps a group shipment?

For those that have already acquired one of Peters wheeling machines, I have gathered a few more items that are accessories for their use here:

http://www.mantiquesresto.com/Restor...siniWheel.html

I am currently out of stock of the go cart tires and the upper wheel covers, and only have one of the dual lower rollers left. I have just received some more of the lower wheeling machine rubber pads of the correct durometer. If you have ever witnessed Peter using his machine, you will notice that he leans in to listen to the sound of the rollers when in use.
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Old 03-17-2019, 07:24 AM
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The last of this 6th shipment of Peters's wheeling machines has been shipped. It went to Delaware, USA.

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Old 03-17-2019, 09:46 AM
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Who cares!
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Old 03-17-2019, 11:24 AM
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Peter and the gentleman that I sent it to, and a few other respectful members, one of which has inquired regarding the pallet configuration. Please note the complete lack of any bird droppings or cigarette ashes!
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Old 03-17-2019, 05:23 PM
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I, as a very satisfied owner, also care. Respectfully so.
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Old 03-18-2019, 08:52 AM
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I'm happy with mine as well. Congratulations to the new owners.
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Old 03-21-2019, 04:19 PM
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We received our Wheeling Machine yesterday. Will is an absolute pleasure to work with. He is very professional and takes the time to answer every question. Another very satisfied customer. Thanks again Will!
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Old 03-22-2019, 07:24 PM
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I hope that all you guys can practice and learn and further your skills

this goes without saying....a BIG THANKS FROM ME to Will and Jim Matthews
for all the help of packaging and sending the boxes containing the handbuilt wheels all over the US thank you!!
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PS Helping people on the forum with their skills, talk about their projects problems,making new friends and share ideas and information and video's, sketches, drawings, locations, how to help and acquire things and make gadgets and tools or buying them making etc etc... is what a Forum is all about............. is it not?
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Old 03-23-2019, 06:53 AM
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Peter, it is an absolute pleasure to help you deliver your cast wheeling machines to those folks with the wisdom and courage to invest in your design. Each of them has expressed their appreciation to me for the amount of time and money that you have spent developing this piece of metal shaping equipment, and offering it to those of us on this site.

All of us on this site should take the time to appreciate all that you and the likes of Kent White do for this community, often in the face of negative comments. You gentlemen are under no obligation to provide the results of your huge number of years experience, but do so in an unselfish manner only with the intent to share with us less knowledgeable and skilled persons.

I have been fortunate to spend an extended amount of time with both you and Kent, and the conversations that I have had with each of you have enlightened me more than I could have imagined. Not only do you gentlemen have thoughts and opinions about your ideas, you know the why's and the wherefores that led you to arrive at your conclusions. In addition to the sharing of both knowledge and skills, both you and Kent have encouraged me, as well as others to 'pass it on' to the younger generation, and I applaud you both for that.

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Old 03-23-2019, 09:24 AM
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So that was a serious comment??? Not a joke? That's too bad. Will you are a class act and a gentleman. People like you make this forum what it is. Thank you Will, Peter, and Kent.

Oh and I love my Tommasini Wheel as well.
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