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  • Shameless gloat

    I was looking through some YouTube videos from this fellow, and low and behold, I saw my own engines in one of his vids:
    Guess I'm famous now!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjcvpwjNNHM

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    Great work, you should be proud
    Ed
    Agua Dulce, So.California
    1950 F1 street rod
    1949 F1 stock V8 flathead
    1948 F6 350 chevy/rest stock, no dump bed
    1953 chevy 3100 AD for 85 S10 frame have a 4BT cummins motor, NV4500
    1968 Baha Bug with 2.2 ecotec motor, king coil-overs,P/S

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    • #3
      Thanks, I am.
      that was from this years Cabin Fever show.

      Sid

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      • #4
        Wow!!! I knew you're good, but this is great! Congrats!!
        I cut it off twice; it's still too short
        Oregon, USA

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        • #5
          Giving recognition to workmanship worthy of the attention. Thanks to you, and the video's author, for sharing with us. (yeah, I'm just a little bit envious šŸ˜€)

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          • #6
            Damn .I didnt know you were so good.I wish you would show more of what you do. Looking at those in slow motion is mesmerizing.

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            • #7
              Nice engines Sid. Lovely worksmanship.---Brian
              Brian Rupnow
              Design engineer
              Barrie, Ontario, Canada

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              • #8
                Beautiful engines Sid. Always love the black/gold colour combo with some shiny bits thrown in.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by plunger View Post
                  Damn .I didnt know you were so good.I wish you would show more of what you do. Looking at those in slow motion is mesmerizing.
                  Thanks all for the kind words.
                  I usually show my models after they are done.
                  Unlike Brian, Iā€™m still engineering full time and have my own business part time that keeps me away from a continuous posting of a project as it progresses. I might work on an engine or some other widget for a while then not get back to it for a week or two. That would make for a choppy post.

                  Yes, the slow-mo was pretty cool to see and was so clear.

                  Thanks, Sid

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by sid pileski View Post

                    Yes, the slow-mo was pretty cool to see and was so clear.

                    Thanks, Sid
                    He also managed to get good audio and hearing the engines in slo-mo was interesting.
                    George
                    Traverse City, MI

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                    • #11
                      Apparently there is a Swiss watchmaker working in Skaneateles. Are apprenticeships available, I wonder?

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                      • #12
                        Beautiful work. Congratulations
                        Larry - west coast of Canada

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by tlfamm View Post
                          Apparently there is a Swiss watchmaker working in Skaneateles. Are apprenticeships available, I wonder?
                          Funny you should say that. My next project is going to be something a little different. Iā€™m in the midst of designing a steampunk clock.

                          Sid

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