How much work have you done on your projects during Lockdown

Discussion in 'Discussion' started by campingstoveman, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. campingstoveman

    campingstoveman Active Member

    What can we see new on the rally field next year when we get back to "normal", I have a Lister B waiting for me to restore but catching up on other projects, including a new interest in old Mantel Clocks, has slowed the start of it, there is still time though.

  2. robtheplumb

    robtheplumb Member

    Done bugger all in the engine shed, did give the air cooled M a run plus a few others one day however I have now got a lot done in the new gaff, new lounge, bedroom, kitchen, heating system, insulation, oil tank and so on. Not to decorating tho, doing the building work first then decorate and finished flooring after that.
  3. Paul i

    Paul i New Member

    Hi. I've restored two villiers engines. A mk12 and mk20.
    I'm doing another mk12 at the moment and a bsa sloper .
  4. Skankin_giant

    Skankin_giant Well-Known Member

    Done a bit of work to the ABC and have been changing the cooling tank on my Stuart R2 set.
  5. petternut

    petternut Administrator

    None. Gardening, decorating and preparing for a major sheds re-shuffle followed by a mass sale.
  6. JohnM

    JohnM Member

    The sale sounds like fun. Will it be in Devon or at an engine show?
  7. JohnM

    JohnM Member

    My interest is cars so I've been trying to resuscitate my MGB.
    Being retired and antisocial, this lockdown is rather good. I'm left alone to play in my workshop with all my things. We have long conversations. They're nice to me, unlike my family. My wife bought me a kettle and microwave so I don't have to come in for food and drinks. She says it's to save me time. I know the truth. She dug out our old camp bed and sleeping bag yesterday so I can spend even longer out here. I don't think she likes me.

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