7 PROJECT CAR TRICKS RE­VEALED

Want to put to­gether a car like those fea­tured in this is­sue? Fol­low this ad­vice and you won’t go wrong.

Classic Ford - - FRONT PAGE - Words Jon Hill

1 Do­ing a project on your own is a recipe for go­ing nowhere.Yes, you’ll be full of en­thu­si­asm to start with be­cause you’ll ei­ther for­get how long a project takes, or if it’s your first one, un­der­es­ti­mate how much work there is to do. Hav­ing a bunch of like-minded mates around you isn’t just for the help with lift­ing but se­ri­ous amounts of in­spi­ra­tion, too. A reg­u­lar meet­ing time works — make it one, two nights a week but make sure it’s a reg­u­lar thing; some­thing you make into an oc­ca­sion. Get a take­away in, fish and chips, any­thing to make it a laugh — work­ing on your own is not fun; be­fore you know where you are you’ll lose in­ter­est and go back to wear­ing the telly out.

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