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hi to everyone involved in the fantastic restoration of Bluebird K7, wish i could just put one rivet in that beautiful machine or just touch simply touch that piece of British history i would be a very happy man, never give up guys and gals, superb work.

Added: November 19, 2017
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Hi team, great work on the restoration and looking forward to hearing the roar.
I'm a mechanical engineering masters student and doing my final year project on the Bluebird K7 and hydroplane technology. I was wondering if you had any resources I could use such as engineering drawings of the design or anything at all that may help?
I have a passion for the subject area and would not share or profit from anything that you may send my way as it will be for educational purposes.

Kind regards and keep up the good work,
I look forward to hearing from you soon!


Added: November 16, 2017
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just back from Coniston with my Son, he now has the Bluebird gang bug, donated the contents of his money box (which was only £18) but I rounded it up, He's been on his iPhone following the rebuild news and anything else Bluebird, Thank you for your efforts, can't wait!

Added: November 9, 2017
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I recently transferred some slides to digital from photos my father-in-law took in the Spring of 1958 of the Bluebird K7. I did some research and am fascinated by the historical significance and the story of Donald Campbell. Unfortunately, I do not know where these photos were taken and have spent hours online trying to find any clue as to the Bluebird's location at that time. So far, I have not seen a single photo or reference to anything resembling the point of view in which the photos were taken. I am looking to authenticate the photos and will be happy to share them once I can place the Bluebird and my father-in-law in the same place sometime in the spring of 1958. I appreciate any assistance.

Added: August 16, 2017
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I would like to contact and thank Bill Smith for allowing me to use part of his diary for my Campbell chapter in my new book on 'The Waterhead Hotel' in Coniston which has such associations with the Campbell Family.
Anyone interested in a copy of the book, please e-mail or or write to me. Thank you
John


Added: July 29, 2017
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"I am fascinated by this whole project. As a volunteer at the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum in Kent, Washington I have been involved in several restorations, the 73 Pay n Pak, the 58 Bardahl, and the 79 Squire Shop, so I can appreciate the great work you all are doing. Someday I would love to stop by and give you a hand."

Added: "July 4, 2017"
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"I never cease to be amazed by this project, and with the skill and dedication which has been applied to it. Such things as this need to be undertaken to preserve our national history and to serve to educate future generations. I wonder what your team will do when the engineering aspect is completed. Did any of you consider, maybe, doing this all over again with John Cobbs ""Crusader""?"

Added: "If you ever do, please let me know. Thankyou. Matt. May 12, 2017"
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"Greetings, I have been around and interested in speed boats my entire life. This is without doubt the most amazing and awe inspiring project I have ever seen. Mr. Campbell has always been a hero to me. I think you and your team are heroes as well. Best of luck and thank you."

Added: "May 7, 2017"
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keep up the excellent work everyone your doing an amazing job in keeping Donald Campbell's dream alive

Added: "April 14, 2017"
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"Hello, greetings from the pond! I happened across your YouTube videos, and was absolutely enthralled. I was barely six years old when the accident occurred, and actually knew very little about Donald Campbell and his legacy. Thank you for your efforts and thank you for sharing it with the world. Mr. Campbell deserves nothing less! Very sincerely,David Estus "

Added: "March 27, 2017"
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