WHAT’S WITH THE QUES­TIONS

Unique Cars - - MORLEY’S WORKSHOP -

If my mother taught me any­thing, it was that you should al­ways ques­tion ev­ery­thing. This got me into more trou­ble dur­ing my school years than any of my other aber­rant be­hav­iours, but it has ac­tu­ally served me pretty well when it comes to mess­ing about with cars. The clas­sic ex­am­ple is when you re­place a part and the bas­tard still won’t go. We’re usu­ally happy to as­sume that the brand­new part must be work­ing, but I can re­call times when that hasn’t been the case. Ques­tion­ing whether that new part could, in­deed, be faulty is a valid ap­proach.

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