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cabrioman
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Project thread?

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Do we have a specific location for our projects. Be it a damaged car or one you have bought and want to do some work on?
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Re: Project thread?

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Not really.
People have started their own threads, For instance Enrights thread about a car he bought that had suffered an underbonnet fire. These threads make interesting reading and show other members what's involved in taking on such a job if they are thinking about doing something similar themselves.
If you wish to start such a thread, by all means do so, and take photos as you go as it brings the project to life.

Go for it :thumbs:
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Re: Project thread?

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Capncol is too modest - There's another excellent thread by a him:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=13728
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