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Old 10-28-2019, 09:56 PM
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David,

I am blown away by this build and can't wait to continue watching this build.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and skills.

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Old 10-29-2019, 12:15 PM
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I follow mrcfab on IG & recently saw the rail set-up which had me wondering where/what it was going under. Fast forward to today, I'm catching up on the Lat-g builds I follow & what do ya' know, I noticed the unique center structure.

I get the 'revision' mentality as I started my first DIY frame w/that thinking in mind (the 2nd time corrects deficiency's from the 1st attempt). That being said, that's a bunch of work accomplished only to switch designs. I prob would have struggled w/that decision .

Awesome fab work & I even stayed after work just to watch a couple of your You-Tube videos. I think you're doing awesome & like how your approach is when explaining things. I'm in DFW as well. If you ever need a hand... don't hesitate to reach out. You never know when some extra labor will come in handy.
Ditching Rev1 was a tough call, and I had to get there in increments. Ultimately, it's about doing the most right thing for the car, and this stronger, more rigid frame made the most sense; even if it meant sacrificing a year of fab work. This is going to be a 100,000 mile car, and it's worth the stretch.

I'm really glad you enjoyed the videos. They're a lot of fun to make.
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David,

I am blown away by this build and can't wait to continue watching this build.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and skills.
I'm learning a lot along the way, and am glad to be able to share it. Lots of fun work ahead.

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The episode covering chassis measurement, Rev2 design, and basic construction of the birdcage is up.


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Great video David!

Loved seeing Harriet too
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Great Video and I love the dog especially when he barks after the first segment.



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The episode covering chassis measurement, Rev2 design, and basic construction of the birdcage is up.


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Video was well done. Enjoyed it. Good work on it and the car. Good luck with it all, David.
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Great video David!

Loved seeing Harriet too
Thank you, sir. She's a good pup, and keeps an eye out when I'm under the hood.
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Great Video and I love the dog especially when he barks after the first segment.
Appreciate that. Sometimes little edit sequences like that just fall into place.
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Video was well done. Enjoyed it. Good work on it and the car. Good luck with it all, David.
Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it - always going for a balance of entertaining and informative.

Lots to go. I'm somewhat stuck on progress while we finish up a remodel on our 1916 bungalow, so I'm using this time to render the video I have into a few good episodes.

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