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  • Here another good traditional tradesman here in Australia

    Hi everyone
    Check the quality of work that it's carried out in these short video's . I would think that most Australian members in this Forum already know of him
    Enjoy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpRIErednbA N 1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Jkzp0TpsUM N 2

    On the second video when Mark speaks of the shop in Italy .......etc , I have visited that shop , it's called Carrozzeria Nova Renochente it's situated in ''Vigonza'' in the province of Venice, If you ever travel to Venice (Italy) make sure to visit that shop it's mind blowing how those guys work mainly with just hand tools

    Here below. .part of the video shows the shop describe above, please note car bodies and parts in Italy are mainly made with hand hammers, pneumatic power hammers, and Eckold machines + lot's of various metalshaping hand tools , .......YES the do use the the wheeling machine but it's rarely used

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZXR...radio=1&t=2326

    Peter T.
    Last edited by Peter Tommasini; 07-01-21, 01:31 PM.

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    Yeah, I've followed Mark's work for a few years now. Very clever and they seem to do a great deal of aircraft stuff now.

    The third video Peter seems to be a Mercedes one? Is that what you intended?
    Cheers, Richard

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    • #3
      Originally posted by skintkarter View Post
      Yeah, I've followed Mark's work for a few years now. Very clever and they seem to do a great deal of aircraft stuff now.

      The third video Peter seems to be a Mercedes one? Is that what you intended?
      I believe that the video is based on the founding of a rear.. one of (only ) Mercedes Benz, that was intended to race at the Mille Miglia , but it never did got driven because of the war braking out in Europe . Once founded Mercedes Benz in Germany wanted to re build the car . And they did !
      Peter T.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the links, Peter.

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        • #5
          Great to see that Mark is a country boy who set up business in his home town.

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