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Old 10-21-2023, 08:52 PM
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A few of you will find interest in this given a lot of the techniques are rather old Italian (Modena region) from someone who has done it for decades. Some of the methods shown are rather old school... and it truly makes me appreciate my EW and pneumatic planishing hammer. But a lot of aluminum coachwork has gone through this shop with just "simple" methods and tools along with lots of hand labor.

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My arms and hands are hurting just watching this!
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Very cool.
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Very interesting video of traditional Italian coachbuilding methods. They are not afraid of hard work, or in taking the easy way out.
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