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Shop tour Volume 5
  • Shop tour Volume 5
 
 

Shop tour Volume 5

ARTNR: 81637
Längd: 71 min Stan Carter shows the powerful metal shaping machines he’s built from surplus materials, while his son Kyle shows how Stan’s power shrinker plus Helve and Planishing hammers can speed the work of making motorcycle gas tanks from heavy-gauge steel. Jim Hume shows the impeccably crafted land speed record car he is building from scratch, a tribute to the work of a gifted and inspiring builder! Ed Scutchfield proudly shows an RS 60 Porsche Spyder he has beautifully re-bodied. The metalwork is so flawless that the owner doesn’t plan to paint it! Ed also gives a demonstration on a rare McGee edge-wiring machine, and shows some parts made using simple stamping dies. Colton Hardison shows the sensational ‘33 Dodge pickup truck he scratch-built the body for using a Yoder power hammer, Pullmax, and Ecklold Piccolo. Rick ‘Speed’ Lefever closes the tour with his brilliant pro-modified quad-turbo Mercedes racer. The craftsmanship and engineering on this car is phenomenal, with lots of titanium, billet aluminum, and exquisitely crafted carbon fiber. As a bonus, Rick demonstrates the ‘tent’ method of welding large titanium structures like his fabricated rear axle housing.
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Längd: 71 min Stan Carter shows the powerful metal shaping machines he’s built from surplus materials, while his son Kyle shows how Stan’s power shrinker plus Helve and Planishing hammers can speed the work of making motorcycle gas tanks from heavy-gauge steel. Jim Hume shows the impeccably crafted land speed record car he is building from scratch, a tribute to the work of a gifted and inspiring builder! Ed Scutchfield proudly shows an RS 60 Porsche Spyder he has beautifully re-bodied. The metalwork is so flawless that the owner doesn’t plan to paint it! Ed also gives a demonstration on a rare McGee edge-wiring machine, and shows some parts made using simple stamping dies. Colton Hardison shows the sensational ‘33 Dodge pickup truck he scratch-built the body for using a Yoder power hammer, Pullmax, and Ecklold Piccolo. Rick ‘Speed’ Lefever closes the tour with his brilliant pro-modified quad-turbo Mercedes racer. The craftsmanship and engineering on this car is phenomenal, with lots of titanium, billet aluminum, and exquisitely crafted carbon fiber. As a bonus, Rick demonstrates the ‘tent’ method of welding large titanium structures like his fabricated rear axle housing.