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    Awesome work Luis

    Glad to see refreshments were also utilized in the construction of the cam

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    Thank you Cinders! Is very gratifying build your own parts.
    Another part i buy in India is the Headlamp Mask

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    That is looking very respectable something to be really proud of well done.

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    Hi Cinders! Thank you!
    I will have to modify the headlamp brackets, which do not have the corresponding length and raise the position of the headlamp.

    We still have to build field side stand and panniers frames.

    When it is completely finished and adjusted, I will just begin to disassemble it and paint it OD.
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    My Ariel at vintage car show Autoclasica here in Buenos Aires. I add some P37 bags.

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    She's a beauty!

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    Lovely machine! Well done!

    Is that your house in the photos?

    It seems Australians and Kiwis are not the only ones to appreciate the versatility of corrugated iron in civil engineering.

    Outdoor pizza oven or blacksmith's forge on the left side of the photo? Fancy Asado? Are you in Malbec country?

    Cheers!

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    Hi bruce! Thank you! This is an old british electric railways warehouse station. May be 100 years old. Not my house... this is the place meeting to our military vehicles shop.
    Any weekend eat asado and drink our red wine like malbec chardonay sirah and others...

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    Thanks for that, Luis!

    Your club meetings look like a good time, as well!

    "Are we all here?"

    "Good!"

    "Who has the corkscrew?"

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    The best tool in our toolbox is the corkscrew!!!

    Yes , we are locky to have this old warehouse to repair and restore military vehicles. And have a good time wlth friends. Share tools and all we need to have these vehicles live and enjoy.

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