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    Hi, my name is Fernando, i am 28 year old, and i am writing this from Montevideo, Uruguay.
    That small country wich is ever remembered for soccer (football) players, LOL
    I am trying to restore a 1999 Audi A6, C5 platform with old facelift, if someone found interesting i will left here my first video talking about, it is spanish spoken but i am doing my best with subtitles translation, maybe if channel grow i will try to spoke in english at least
    any sugestion or idea is welcome!

    Channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/ferfury

    First video:

    https://youtu.be/XJgGK6_ddYg


    Second video:

    https://youtu.be/nyAVy1KSKvM


    P.S.:

    Any comment in any language will be awesome (even more a subscription, ajajaj (spanish laugh))
    Last edited by FerFury; March 19th, 2020 at 10:48 AM.

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    welcome, I'll take a look at the video today. I don't speak spanish, but I'm sure I'll get what's happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnrdavo View Post
    welcome, I'll take a look at the video today. I don't speak spanish, but I'm sure I'll get what's happening
    Hi, jnrdavo, thanks for check the video , any idea or advise is welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerFury View Post
    Hi, my name is Fernando, i am 28 year old, and i am writing this from Montevideo, Uruguay.
    That small country wich is ever remembered for soccer (football) players, LOL
    I am trying to restore a 1999 Audi A6, C5 platform with old facelift, if someone found interesting i will left here my first video talking about, it is spanish spoken but i am doing my best with subtitles translation, maybe if channel grow i will try to spoke in english at least
    any sugestion or idea is welcome!

    Channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/ferfury

    First video:

    https://youtu.be/XJgGK6_ddYg


    Second video:

    https://youtu.be/nyAVy1KSKvM


    P.S.:

    Any comment in any language will be awesome (even more a subscription, ajajaj (spanish laugh))
    Montevideo?!....Yes I remember it well,...The Graf Spee, & "The Battle Of The River Plate"?...who remembers?
    Pickles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickles View Post
    Montevideo?!....Yes I remember it well,...The Graf Spee, & "The Battle Of The River Plate"?...who remembers?
    Pickles.
    Pickles, how are you?
    Your are right! that was happent here, and now you mention that i have some scrap metal tables of that shipwreck from my grandfather last job, just where i cut some of acrylic parts LOL, which kkind of coincidence!

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    It looks like quite the project - good luck with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerFury View Post
    Pickles, how are you?
    Your are right! that was happent here, and now you mention that i have some scrap metal tables of that shipwreck from my grandfather last job, just where i cut some of acrylic parts LOL, which kkind of coincidence!
    I'm well thank you, yes your Grandfather would have been there when it happened, probably heard the gunfire & would've seen the Graf Spee on fire & sinking, from the shore? Those tables would be of real interest & value to collectors I think.
    Regards, Pickles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickles View Post
    I'm well thank you, yes your Grandfather would have been there when it happened, probably heard the gunfire & would've seen the Graf Spee on fire & sinking, from the shore? Those tables would be of real interest & value to collectors I think.
    Regards, Pickles.
    Unfortunatelly he doesn´t remains with us, but tale that he have told us was that, i have some picture of him i will take a look and i will send as MP if you found interesting, now talking about table, i think could have some value but is more valuable for me as a table he made with that metal scrap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alister View Post
    It looks like quite the project - good luck with it.
    Still remains a lot of work, but slowly i think i will finish, thanks for your comment

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