Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

StuartB
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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by StuartB » Fri Jan 24, 2014 9:41 pm

Guys,
a lively debate and as far as I remember almost as many inputs as the Bloctube control box conundrum, I now have a vision of Bill looking for a Duck launcher calibrated at 200MPH + and some more late nights in the workshop firing best duck at new tinware!!!! for my Penny's worth I think build the new fairings without added damage and display "stressed" ones alongside as has already been suggested.

Keep up the good work

Regards

Stuart

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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by Terminator » Sat Jan 25, 2014 12:27 am

4th January at 08.45am Tut Tut :roll: :roll: Airbrushing History Oh God hear we go again dribble dribble :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by malcolm uk » Sat Jan 25, 2014 1:28 pm

"Campbell commenced the first run of his last record attempt at just after 8.45." - Neil Sheppard.

To which minute before running under power are you restoring K7 Novie? ;)

PS my Anorak is always at the cleaners!
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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by ace_chris » Sat Jan 25, 2014 6:06 pm

I know we got a particularly cold spell at the moment malcolm but surely the anorak must come off now and again... ;)

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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by malcolm uk » Sat Jan 25, 2014 9:04 pm

I consider it 'bear baiting' when it comes to going toe to toe (or e mail to email) with Novie.

Why you may ask - because there was a bear pit preserved in Leeds when I first came North forty years ago and I guess it was that structure which influences my actions.
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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by klingon » Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:18 pm

StuartB wrote:Guys,
a lively debate and as far as I remember almost as many inputs as the Bloctube control box conundrum, I now have a vision of Bill looking for a Duck launcher calibrated at 200MPH + and some more late nights in the workshop firing best duck at new tinware!!!! for my Penny's worth I think build the new fairings without added damage and display "stressed" ones alongside as has already been suggested.

Keep up the good work

Regards

Stuart
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Re: Dick Ransome / pre-crash damage to K7

Post by Terminator » Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:39 pm

Hi Malcolm I had only just notice this evening when checking Klingon's posting that you had replied to my posting re-8.45 sorry about that old boy. :D
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