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Old 21-06-2019, 21:51
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Since i want this Spyker to be the best; i started to make all the panels that were too far gone to be restaured. Also made a few panels that were missing. This is the cover over the battery and next are the panels for the luggage room.
Hi Jasper,

Looking good! What brand of planishing tool do you use? I would like to buy one for metal work in the engine room of my boat.
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Old 22-06-2019, 17:27
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Thanks, this one done with multiple tools.. from english wheel to a few bending machines.
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Old 22-06-2019, 17:30
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Finally fitted the nose so that can go to paint next week..

Of course quite some work needs to go into it..
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