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PBR "Cannedheat" Print Booklet
Author: Tica   Posts: 1   Photos: 31   Subscribers: 1   Views: 428   Responses: 9   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
PBR "Cannedheat" - Posted: 4th Mar 2018
I acquired a partly started Deans PBR "Cannedheat" it's a pre 2011 kit as it had the old instruction.

First step was to contact Deans for a updated build instruction which was mailed to me within a day 👍

The kit was started, meaning many pieces was cut out including the hull, this was not done that good, so I have had to fix some issues on the way to make everything fit.
I have chosen to fit a BL motor, same setup as my Classic, instead of the 385 type recommended in the kit.

BTW this is the last time I buy a started kit without being able to go though it in real life, it takes too much time and effort to recreate all the mishaps.

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Response by RNinMunich on the 20th Mar 2018
Hi Colin, I like Canned Heat too👍
Only snag with it is - It clogs up the stylus! 😲😉
Used to drive the family nuts with my Canned Heat albums on the old mono record player that my Dad built from a kit! "I'm On the Road Again"! 😁

Sorry Tica 😭 Your boat is looking good👍 look forward to the performance report. Cheers Doug 😎
Response by marky on the 20th Mar 2018
Doug ,Canned heat is ok if your "on the road again"Ah the oldies are the goldies .Cheers Marky
Response by RNinMunich on the 20th Mar 2018
Not sure if this will work but here goes anyway!
The original, digitised from my ancient but well looked after album.
Remember those big flat black musical pancakes?? 😉

mp3 didn't work😭 so here's Zipped version!