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Great job! You've come farther in less than 4 weeks than most people in a year.

It's a shame you trashed a nice clean shop with the dust. I would have pushed it outside and shared it with the neighbours.

The Bentley and Pelican books make the engine removal easier so you don't forget to disconnect anything. Not that you would do that ......
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Great job! You've come farther in less than 4 weeks than most people in a year.

It's a shame you trashed a nice clean shop with the dust. I would have pushed it outside and shared it with the neighbours.
Actually I have just gone through and done just that. I got an industrial fan with a big flexible hose connected to it , and used an air blower to stir up the dust and sucked it up and blew it out the window.

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The Bentley and Pelican books make the engine removal easier so you don't forget to disconnect anything. Not that you would do that ......
Haha😝👍
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Ok, I had a couple of hours spare so I thought I would brighten up my garage a bit. So here is and interim update before I get into pulling out the engine.

https://youtu.be/I6A6vZbdDIA
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Brother that is SICK!!!! very cool! for a couple of hours of free hand AWESOMENESS!
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Great videos! Really brings the project to life.
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That is over the top. What a talent. Can't wait to see the car completed.
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Thanks guys. The car will be completely covered in airbrushing as well....

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And freehand, that is talent I can only imagine. I think that cabinet has become much more valuable !
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That tank you were asking about in the fenderwell is part of the fuel vapor collection system.
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That tank you were asking about in the fenderwell is part of the fuel vapor collection system.
Thanks mate. It had me scratching my head for a while. Although I was also too lazy to trace where the lines went to

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So I am guessing you will be painting your own car! If that is how a metal cabinet can look, I am thinking the car will get a pretty impressive new skin. That is an amazing piece of talent / skill. Well done you
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Ok, I had a couple of hours spare so I thought I would brighten up my garage a bit. So here is and interim update before I get into pulling out the engine.

https://youtu.be/I6A6vZbdDIA
That is so awesome!!! Very cool man!!
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So I am guessing you will be painting your own car! If that is how a metal cabinet can look, I am thinking the car will get a pretty impressive new skin. That is an amazing piece of talent / skill. Well done you
Yeah, I plan on building every part of the car myself. The only thing I foresee having to outsource is any machining for the engine rebuild. That is all still up in the air at this stage though.

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Porsche crest is incredible. I can't wait to see you paint your hot rod.
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Doing the crest freehand. Wow
You are an artist Jeff that is for sure.
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Mechanical ability, humor, artist, hot car, where do you hide the line of women trying to get into the garage?
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Great progress. I am looking forward to seeing your continued progress!
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Haha. I wish that were true when I was younger. It wasn't until I retired from being an artist and became a firefighter that I met my wife. Women don't really seem to care about the cars as much as we do.
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Ok, after waiting for the lift table and having issues downloading from the Gopro, I finally have the engine out.

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