Fixing An Old Engine Stop Motion

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+55 1. VeryTallMan commented 10 years ago

Everything you see here, I have done.
The car is a Triumph Spitfire. The second car I owned at 18 years old (me, not the car), and it was the first car I ever took an engine out of and rebuilt.
It took a long time and lots of patience, and here's the thing, I didn't keep stepping back every minute or so to press a camera shutter release.
Nice job.
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+54 2. Ieatfaces commented 10 years ago

Lol at the forgotten parts at the end, guess it happens to everyone :D
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+10 3. Kulgash commented 10 years ago

This motor rebuilding could have taken less time if he didn't take pictures every step along the way, but would be less impressive. Great job :D
#2 Happened to me twice at least. >:)
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+2 4. Unknown commented 10 years ago

Now I can fix car engines. Or at least, this car engine...
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+23 5. Austin commented 10 years ago

Creative and informative - very cool.
Kudos for the music as well. Seemed absolutely appropriate.
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+3 6. Vergetta commented 10 years ago

I see, this is how OPTIMUS PRIME'S heart looks on the insisde ,cool.
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+5 7. Viveroth commented 10 years ago

Lego - Asian level.
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+1 8. cretia commented 10 years ago

Lol i love the end Spare parts i wonder where they come hehe
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+4 9. Siruss commented 10 years ago

#2 Yes to everyone but hopefully not to an aircraft mechanic! :D
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+1 10. sfry513 commented 10 years ago

why such a large flywheel for such a small clutch?
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+2 11. manxman commented 10 years ago

no oil supply to rocker gear at 2:07, i would not run a motor with the rocker cover off, it gets a bit oily.
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+1 12. ALI3N commented 10 years ago

mad respect