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Kpnuts

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About Kpnuts

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  • Birthday 10/26/1957

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  1. Apparently it's a scam if you click on the link it takes you to a page asking for your baank details (no mention of Instagram or the percentage they want)
  2. Hi all do any of you post your builds on Instagram if so be careful of what you post. I posted my porsche 934 resto build and have been told to either take it down or set up a paid partnership with them as its product placement (I'm assuming it's because I have good year and castrol logos (amongst others)) I've deleted the post but if that's the case I think I will be deleting a lot more.
  3. I found something better to power the GT40 than some marker pens and some plumbing spares.
  4. I have it stripped (now just have to strip the paint off)
  5. Hi all well it cleaned up fairly well, just got to strip the paint next. What I'm planning involves using these
  6. Hi all got this back out of the shed, can you guess what I'm going to do with it.
  7. Thanks mate looks a far cry from this.
  8. It is mate. Another of my favourite products I have an old stiff brush I use for stuff like this. Dip in the powder. And flick over the engine by pulling your finger through the bristles. You should end up with this
  9. 9OK so this next one will be in 2 parts as its more than 10 pics long. Doing an old oily engine . So heres how it looks before First my favourite leaky engine product. So put it on joints or gasket areas (think about where a real engine would leak)(for anyone who doesn't know anything much about engines don't put it on fuel injection or electrical areas, fuel injectors do leak but not using this product) Whilst this is still wet my next favourite colour (I know you may be thinking is he nuts, but trust me) This is important keep engine
  10. OK so it's nearing the end now, I suddenly realised I have it being sponsored by Dunlop and Goodyear. Easy fix
  11. Well I've got the wheels on now.
  12. OK so these decals are 40 years old and have had a tendency to break up so last night I spent 2 hrs getting these together and was patting myself on the back about the great job I had done, only to see this morning they looked like this. No recovery from that one, I looked on indycal but they are all printed on a black background, I'm a bit worried that it may not be the same as the black the one I've Sprayed the rest of the car with. Anyway the rest of the decals went on OK.
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