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And the award for the smallest workshop goes to!?!? Ferret armoured car refit.


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This is the small space am working in. Who can beat it?

 

You have lots of room, here is maximising use of a limited space, try restoring a Jeep underneath another one! ..Landlord wanted to charge more rent when he saw I had squeezed two Jeeps into one lock up garage!!

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Does this count? You could probably work on a bike in the back.

 

Based on a written off VW Passatt 2.8V6 4 Motion, seen at a classic car gathering in May, at Wichford in the Cotswolds, as it arrived everyone just bust out laughing, but it was so well done.

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You have lots of room, here is maximising use of a limited space, try restoring a Jeep underneath another one! ..Landlord wanted to charge more rent when he saw I had squeezed two Jeeps into one lock up garage!!

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Vertical!! I love it, sure your not a fighter pilot?!?

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Does this count? You could probably work on a bike in the back.

 

Based on a written off VW Passatt 2.8V6 4 Motion, seen at a classic car gathering in May, at Wichford in the Cotswolds, as it arrived everyone just bust out laughing, but it was so well done.

 

Hmmmm *cogs turn* we sell sheds at work hahaha

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Hmmmm *cogs turn* we sell sheds at work hahaha

 

Yes would be a good advertising tool. Had electric windows, aircon, leather seats & just a button to open the doors, clearly a clever engineer, but definitely the most photographed vehicle on the night.

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