Like Gerard, I'm eager to be included and will offer whatever is needed.
I'm comfortable with building the motor and would gladly twist arms to get
donated machine shop time. I would be willing to rebuild a ribcase if that
was what was needed. If machine shop time cannot be had for free, that would
be one place where cash donations from listers uncomfortable with wrenching
could be helpful.
I picture the major sub-assemblies being done in different parts of the
country and then being shipped to a central assembly site close to the major
concentration of wrench-wielding listers. Somewhere new the center of
Spridgetland (Toms River, Team Thicko HQ, casa de'Ed?)
interior panels and upholstery
windscreen and side curtains
> Glen, Frank, et al,
> I was thinking that the west coat would be left out of this since so
> many listers are clustered in the east and mid-west. About the only
> thing that seems feasible for me is to contribute my labor to
> building an engine, if the parts and machine shop labor could be
> donated. Glen, you can attest to what a great engine I build. Only
> problem is, they don't leak when I'm through with them, so someone
> might not believe it's British...'-)
> I'd be happy to contribute in some way.
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