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mick whittingham
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Hello to everyone on this forum.

It's been a while since my last build so I'm itching to get started on my Series 1 which will hopefully be delivered soon.

In the meantime I'm doing a deep clean on the workshop to prepare for the arrival.

I fitted a pair of radiators as it's an attached garage and I just needed to extend the heating circuit. It's lovely and warm in there now so I won't be suffering frost bitten digits like I did with the Cent.

Any opinions about the kit? Any immediate pitfalls I should try to avoid?

I'm researching the type now going to look for something interesting to base my build on. I did the Cent as a Suez crisis machine in desert camouflage and a lot of extra detailing.

Hope to do a build thread when I start with plenty of photos.

Best regards Mick

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Hi Mick
Hope to do a build thread when I start with plenty of photos.
Looking forward to follow your progress.

Vince

mick whittingham
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Thanks Vince, I'm looking forward to the build. Trying to get the workshop build area right before I begin.
I have an engineering based workshop and intend doing the build on a lift table which I can scoot out of the way if I need to do any milling etc.
I've moved home since I built the Centurion so this will be a test run for the new space.
Mick

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