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Newb here from the UK.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Kevheslop, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. Kevheslop

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    Oct 2, 2018
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    Haha spanky. It's all interesting to hear. I am browsing build threads.. technical queries etc to get an understanding of certain build types. I look forward to picking all your brains in the near future.
  2. fletcherson

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    Nov 7, 2014
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    Sorry for my part in hijacking, lol... just following along. From my experience as one who bought a old style T from back when I related to the parts used, in retrospect, I would have built from scratch. I still like my T, but to bring it up to my standards was a lot of work and was a compromise between retaining as many of the existing build and newer stuff that better suited my end result. It’s hard to build a modernized version of a nostalgic car: brakes, steering, controls, seating, etc... were concerns. Just do your research, decide what you want, then decide what to buy or build.

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