Tuesday Motoring

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Think it’s nerve-wracking to assemble a freshly-rebuilt engine? This guy probably thinks that’s cake.

Sure, keeping track of thousands of parts and making sure everything goes together in the right order and to exacting specifications is an exercise in patience and carefulness. But multiply that by ten, and you’d still fall short of the challenge this hobbyist faced when he set out to build a fully functional miniature W32 engine from scratch.

@ ROAD&TRACK

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11 Responses to Tuesday Motoring

  1. Den says:

    Tiny motors, huge talent, fitting for a post here @ DWF, being that I am a major motorhead when not doing a blog.
    Get some coffee and donuts, pull up a chair an see this bit of precision engineering run albeit on compressed air for now.

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  2. David B. Benson says:

    The small size is the challenge.

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  3. David B. Benson says:

    Brady walked along lllinois Street and down Monroe wearing a bathrobe.

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  4. º¿carol says:

    Got our taxes done today. Maybe Bob will do it himself next year. He used to do our taxes from the time we got married in 1963 until 1986 when we opened our first video store. Things got complicated, been having someone else do them ever since.

    Quincy is spending the night with us because Jill wanted to go to her boyfriend’s son’s basketball game. She didn’t want to leave Q alone in Brian’s house, plus this way she won’t have to take time on her way to work to drop him off here.

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  5. º¿carol says:

    Egads! Jon Stewart is leaving The Daily Show. NOOOOOOOOOO! That’s like my worst nightmare! I’ve been dreading that would happen. He is so good at that job.

    Whatever he decided to do next, he’ll never be as good at it as he is The Daily Show.

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  6. David B. Benson says:

    Invasive squirrels are eastern fox squirrels.

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