Well Mike ths has been a great day for you!! That engine sounds great and to think it started so well and ran like that right off. You must be proud. As I lsitened I kept thinking about looking ofrward to hearing that here in my shop.
Now remember back on those times when you were painting and you had trouble but you worked right through it and everything came out great. Now you're almost finished and everything is coming together great. All of that hard work is coming to the place where you can start to think about driving it!!! Also that's a better built machine than it was the day it rolled off the AMC assembly line.
Outstanding Job!!! Thanks for taking the time to video it too, it sounds great!!
Congrats Mike That engine sounds sweet. It will be nice to hear her when you get her on the street. I still have alot of little things to do but right now I'm just to busy driving her, I think my DD is getting jealous
Again excellent work
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Way-to-go. The engine's mechanical sounds is quiet, too. It's a nice sign to hear such little rattling and tapping from inside the engine. The exhaust sounds good, too.
You've provided me with incentive to quicken the pace here on my Scrambler-on-coils-5.0 build.