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Old 06-20-2019, 08:56 AM
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Default Video of the engine running!

Here is a video of the engine running with the stack and flapper:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-h...TFESf5VCy8JHXQ
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Nice job on all three resto's !!

I bet that little 8hp really cackles without a muffler !!!
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Nice job on all three resto's !!

I bet that little 8hp really cackles without a muffler !!!
Actually, no it sounds really good! It’s loud at full throttle but sounds nice and cam’ed out.
I will make another video of full throttle!
TIME TO WAKE THE NEIGHBORS UP!
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Great job on the 70! Really makes me wanna get my 100 finished.
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Great job on the 70! Really makes me wanna get my 100 finished.
It was a lot of fun! I gave myself a goal of 30 days to complete it, but I went over by 5 days waiting for paint to dry, THEN, I just had to have a matching trailer, so that added another 10 days of sanding, priming, and painting! Lol
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I wanted the serial number to pop when you looked at it so this is what I came up with to accent the serial number on the transmission:
C77BF96A-36EC-4287-8D24-5CF3217CFFE8.jpg
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That is a fine looking 70!

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Very nice!!, you should be proud of that one!





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Very nice!!, you should be proud of that one!





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Randy, thank you! My goal was to make it look “better” than new. It was a lot of fun.
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