Hello Kev,I know I asked for an update but f**k me, I'm gobsmacked, the update it's self must have taken an age, never mind the work you've carried out, how come you haven't been posting when you have the ability to do this stuff to the standard you do, there's a lot of people out there who love to see this kind of thing, me included.
I've said it before a thousand times in an attempt to get over to people, it's ok to have a go, you may just surprise yourself, or others, like you've done with me, asking what tools I use to shape metal, then blowing me out the water, your far beyond me on the fabrication of parts, I clearly need to up my game and buy some more tools to play with and you've seriously made me re-think my approach to project b.
Your doing some amazing work and should update more often, I know it's always a time thing with work and other stuff going on, but people need to see what your doing, it is inspiring seeing what can be achieved if you just have a go, and please let me know how you get on with the spot welder, I missed out on one a friend was selling a couple of years back, but maybe something worth considering.
We really should meet up one day, I'd love to see your build in person.
All the best mate,
Thankyou I have been watching your cars progress via Steve's updates on FB, I am surprised by what he found.Keep up the great work. Great to see these cars getting the attention they deserve. I can't do this type of work myself so my R33 is currently with SR Autobodies for a restoration.