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Famous Engine restoring

Post by JONESEY on Sat Oct 24 2009, 21:19

This is going to be Engine no2 to be restored this winter a Famous, I all ways restore 2 at a time.
It stops me rushing to put them back together, I can leave the paint to dry when I start stripping no 2 down
Part 1 of restoration
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beauty mate

Post by RAB on Sat Oct 24 2009, 21:46

just out of interest how much would one like that cost you to get shipped over from the states, and how much for the engine cheers

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Re: Famous Engine restoring

Post by JONESEY on Sun Oct 25 2009, 10:13

The Engine was £550.00 the shipping is about £300.00per engine.
Door to Door they call it they pick the Engine up for you take it to the port and the Shipping company do's the rest takes 5 days to get here and then you have to wait for them to clear it in Customs and they deliver it to you
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Re: Famous Engine restoring

Post by Hope and Crank on Sat Oct 31 2009, 18:16

Would I get funny looks if I described that as sexy? To me, it simply is!!!

I love you

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Re: Famous Engine restoring

Post by JONESEY on Sat Oct 31 2009, 21:06

We Engine men now what your talking about ,just dont menchen it down the super market Laughing Laughing Laughing
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its a strange shape fuel tank on that

Post by RAB on Sat Oct 31 2009, 21:09

is there a reason behind the name sandwich Smile

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