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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mr 32, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. 60galaxieJJ
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    super high quality build!
  2. nali
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    Not sure you got the answer. If you need any help to translate, I can help.
    I live in Quebec but I m from Toulouse / Montauban.
    Philippe.
  3. mr 32
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    thank s

    I let my friend nali translate

    here's more
  4. mr 32
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    hello , tous le monde

    bon je vous dis a quoi sert tous ce montage :face:

    voici quelque tof et on en reparle après :mrgreen:


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    ça commence toujours comme ça
    avec un croquis
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    après on affine


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    on fait quelque motif

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    :lol!: :lol!: :lol!:

    looking

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  5. mr 32
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    nice looking :)
  6. nali
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    Nice !
    Pix are quite self-explanatory, so I didn t have to translate anything .
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    cool shift linkage.
  8. 30TudorSedan
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    Nice looking shift linkage!
  9. mr 32
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    I'm curious what you were doing to the trans tunnel with that torch...heating the metal so you can leave it bare without rusting?...and it looked like it had a coat of clear on it when you were done...
  11. DaveyJonez
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    Great work-

    Really different and bitchin'!!!

    Best from Texas,
    Dave
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    You've got a lot of cool details there.
  13. CRH
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    Making the most of the donor car and fabricating EVERYTHING...very cool.
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    Beautiful work!
  15. captain scarlet
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    Not sure but I think he covered it in oil first and burned the oil into the metal to give it a smoked look.:confused:
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    I wish he would tell us more...and not in French...:D
  17. nali
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    Don t worry 3wLarry, I translate when necessary.
    Or maybe you SHOULD worry :)

    mr32, tu as fait quoi au juste avec ton chalumeau ? Mis de l huile sur ton cache pour la bruler ? Ou simplement bleuir le métal sans dessus ?
  18. mr 32
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    thank s

    donc j ai chauffé la tôle pour bleuir le métal et après on jete de l huile dessus pour lui donner un aspect vieilli , après on le patine avec de la laine d acier et cela donne le résultat d une armure vielle de 150 ans :)

    un coup de graisse de mouton de temps en temps et il ne rouillera jamais :)

    je vous remercie pour tous vos commentaires , cela me donne la pêche pour la suite

    encore merci

    si tu veux bien traduire nali , je te remercie c est cool
  19. nali
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    Explanation about the torch on the trans cover :
    " The trans cover was first heated, just enough to make it blue. Then, some oil was thrown over it to give a vintage look.
    Finishing was done rubbing with steel wool, and the result is it looks like a old 150 y/o armour ( nb: which is in fact quite wrong, they stopped using armours when firearm appeared, it was inefficient. So it s 500 or 600 y/o, not 150 ).
    Regular use of tallow avoid rusting. ( omg... Fortunately it s a convertible, imagine the smell )
    Thanks for the comments, this give motivation"

    Pour info, l usage des armures a cessé vers la fin du Moyen age il y a 500 ou 600 ans, la découverte des armes a feu les a rendues obsoletes :)
  20. mr 32
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    thank nali :)
  21. mr 32
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    voici un p tit peux de new , je vous passe les détail de la lime pour les gueules de loups

    il me restait une modif a faire pour le compteur du milieu chose faite :D

    la suite en image

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    nali please :)
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  23. nali
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    Je suppoise que je vais devoir traduire,,,
    Tu fait chier :p
  24. nali
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    IMost of the work is home made.
    Mr 32 have skills.
    It s quite, I just translaté
    You can t what you waInt, till yoI u know ahat you wanr ( Joe Jacson )
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    ;) lol !!!
  26. OahuEli
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    Wolves? Us? Nah! :D
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  30. mika112
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    courage you will see the end.
    I look forward to seeing you ride :)

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