Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

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Post by Byron510 » 07 Oct 2006 11:56

I always look forward to this guys videos. I like how it's all being done in small shops, scattered all over the countryside. Proof again that you don’t need some high dollar big name shop to do cool stuff. He's done a first rate job in documenting the whole process, and his artistry in the videos is great. We're all lucky this guy is into cars!
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Post by thisismatt » 19 Nov 2006 10:20

man...that sucks about the fg floor repair...very disheartening finding stuff like that
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Post by twofourty » 20 Nov 2006 20:14

this was an awsome way to spend my sunday morning

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Post by scotth510 » 21 Nov 2006 11:33

These are sweet videos. I have been following it since the beginning. I can't even begin to think about the time spent making these videos. Josh, you should do the same for your car!
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Post by vgwagon » 20 Nov 2007 22:44

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Post by vgwagon » 20 Nov 2007 23:00

#18 is new
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Post by duke » 21 Nov 2007 00:45

I think they just cut out half the stuff that they spent so long repairing!!! Looks like a skyline rear-end.
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Post by vgwagon » 07 Dec 2007 23:06

I'd say 240sx.....
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Re: Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

Post by vgwagon » 02 Jan 2009 21:39

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Re: Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

Post by defdes » 02 Jan 2009 22:08

Boy, they are taking their time. What is it, almost 5 years now?

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Re: Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

Post by 510rob » 03 Jan 2009 13:19

I wonder how many Z car builds these guys have inspired with this set of videos...

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Re: Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

Post by reign16 » 13 Jan 2009 00:03

oh man that is an cool modifying car video!!!




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Re: Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

Post by GREG510 » 13 Jan 2009 17:39

defdes wrote:Boy, they are taking their time. What is it, almost 5 years now?
Heck thats not too long,I have been trying to finish mine for 20 years :lol:

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Post by 510rob » 13 Jan 2009 17:59

GREG510 wrote:
defdes wrote:Boy, they are taking their time. What is it, almost 5 years now?
Heck thats not too long,I have been trying to finish mine for 20 years :lol:
me too :P

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Re: Nice car restoration videos from a guy in Sweden doing a Z!

Post by James » 13 Jan 2009 19:49

I think the video production is taking more time than the resto! It is a great watch though.
Finished is better than perfect......

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