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Post by RAB on Fri Aug 21 2009, 04:34





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you have started something now lol

Post by RAB on Fri Aug 21 2009, 04:37

pink lady wants to know, were you get that paint from and what undercoat you used, i love that engine the black flywheel makes it, it reminds me of a certain sweet out of a packet of Bertie Bassets lol! lol! really good job though I admire your work

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Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 21 2009, 08:50

Pink Lady everything shoot blasted then 1 coat Red Oxide, 2 coats of Grey Primer and then 2 coats of Pink.
You can get your paint from any car paint dealers. Lucy had 14 different pinks to chose from they mix it for you . 1 Litre tin will cost aprox £ 12.00, It is Enamal . Always tell them what its for they will help.
Any probs PM with your address and I will send you a tin.
Chris [ I am old fashion I like to help a lady out, or it may be I have all females in my house and I do as im told ] Laughing
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Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 21 2009, 08:52

For got to say still have the trolly to make, this is my rebuilding trolly.
Chris cheers

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wow

Post by davec on Fri Aug 21 2009, 10:31

Lovely engine Chris!
I think the gold lettering looks great on that pink. She must be very happy with it. Very Happy
Being a more feminine shape at the top, it is interesting that the pink seems to suit the Wolseley WDII, it would not suit a Lister D as much.
Nice one.
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Post by stationary stu on Fri Aug 21 2009, 13:12

Another very well turned out engine Chris, bet your daughter is over the moon with it. cheers cheers

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i love the pink engine

Post by pink lady on Fri Aug 21 2009, 20:47

i love your pink engine. i wish it was my one Very Happy . i just hope my engine will look like that when its finish Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy from pink lady

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Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 21 2009, 20:53

Just take your time, paint al the parts before you put it together.
Always leave a 2 days between coats of paint.
and on the final coat of pink leave 3 weeks for the paint to harden off.
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Re: JONESEYS daughters pink wolseley

Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 21 2009, 20:57

Ryan I never paint the fly wheel crowns there always buffed up with emery paper and then I use Black Grate polish and it gives it that efect with out going rusty.
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it looks really effective

Post by RAB on Sat Aug 22 2009, 02:06

JONESEY wrote:Ryan I never paint the fly wheel crowns there always buffed up with emery paper and then I use Black Grate polish and it gives it that efect with out going rusty.
Chris

it looks really effective

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Post by marcus on Mon Aug 31 2009, 20:52

WOW what a engine that is one for the ladies and that is done to a very high spec a lot of hard work gone in to that keep up the good work

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Post by JONESEY on Mon Aug 31 2009, 21:03

Thanks for all coments but thats a bit sexses [one for the ladys] Theres some very nice boys in Bournmoth that would like it lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
NOT that I now any only what I have seen lol! lol!
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i would like it

Post by RAB on Tue Sep 01 2009, 03:15

JONESEY wrote:Thanks for all coments but thats a bit sexses [one for the ladys] Theres some very nice boys in Bournmoth that would like it lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
NOT that I now any only what I have seen lol! lol!
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i would like it Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed lol! lol!

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Post by stationary stu on Tue Sep 01 2009, 08:44

Ryan if you had that engine you'd have to live in Brighton lol! lol! lol!

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Post by JONESEY on Tue Sep 01 2009, 09:03

I am getting worried about Stu He seems to now how to writein Pink lol!
Stu can you pm with you E-Mail address and I will send you some photos of the pump its good.
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Post by stationary stu on Tue Sep 01 2009, 09:17

lol! Chris. The coloured writing and different font was something I used on another forum. After I was pi**ed of with one of there rules and I found another rule you couldn't use coloured writing so I was waiting to see how many complaints I had about it lol! . But it sort of stuck and I can read post and see if I have replys quicker.


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Re: JONESEYS daughters pink wolseley

Post by mike d on Tue Sep 01 2009, 10:31

hi JONESEY

how the fu*k do you put phots on this site
im getting the proper hump with it
im no computer whizz kid (or should it be old boy)
but i cant do it
HELP!
piss** off in dorset

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Re: JONESEYS daughters pink wolseley

Post by stationary stu on Tue Sep 01 2009, 10:43

Mike I don't think Jonesey's putting them on the site either, he sending them to Ryan to post lol!
So if I can help you to post them or if you want to email me your pics I'll post them for you.

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This is what I wrote in a different thread, so it may help....

Can I have a go at explaining how to add a pic, this is how I do it and find it the easiest way.
under the subject box go along to host an image click on it ..... when the box pops up check the "file" and click "browse " find the image you want to show on your pc... then click on "host it" you then get a box with 3 lines ... copy the bottom line .... then go back to the line of tools under the subject box and click on "image" paste the image url into there .... then click preview at the bottom (next to send) to see your pic.

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hi mike if you are struggling

Post by RAB on Sat Sep 05 2009, 02:50

please send them me , im happy to put them up for you

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