The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby AA+sidie » Sat Jun 07, 2014 9:20 pm

Or we can all just come stay in Glenns shed lol, Where in palmy are you building?
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Buggypilot » Mon Jun 09, 2014 10:16 am

Here!
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Buggypilot » Tue Jun 10, 2014 10:48 pm

Picked up no 1 of four beadlocks from edge. Next rear on Monday. Thanks tony....great quality. Heavy rims....I mean solid....I like them....they are light enough to do the job but heavy enough to take the knocks. :P
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Corza19 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 3:09 pm

Hey Glenn

Any more progress or pictures for us? :P

-Corey

P.S Nice looking Busa you've got there
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Madoxen » Mon Feb 16, 2015 1:28 pm

Whats happening on the build ? Looking forward to seeing more.
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Buggypilot » Tue Feb 17, 2015 8:30 pm

Thanks for the interest guys. I am still here and still amassing parts for my cuda.
House building takes a while and although I have a shed I am still waiting for power and all my gear to be unpacked from plastic boxes :| .
I got my lad out of karting and into a class 7. Halfway through building a trailer for him now.
I imagine it will be the winter before I can get into building.
In the meantime I have a full SBD Motorsport dry sump system and 5 litre tank. Classy gear.
My hoist is standing now. Awesome!
Here's a couple of pics.

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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Madoxen » Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:44 pm

Hi Glenn, i was wondering if you wouldbe happy for me to get in touch with you to pick your brains on your build, im based in Rangiora little way out of christchurch, and looking tobuild a CAMs spec cuda to race. If uhappy please fire me an email to Anthony AT carternet.co.nz thanks andgood luck withthehouse build im just starting mine gulp.
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby Buggypilot » Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:18 pm

Sure Anthony. I love to chat about the barracuda. Do you have plans from Tony?
It's hectic here ATM. Trying to get house and shed finished, trailer finished, class 7 going, sell all the remaining kart gear and go to work. I don't even want to think about the landscaping!
All I want to do is have this stuff finished so I can get to building my buggy.

Shed ended up being a 10m by 16m. It's going to be great. I pick up a cast iron table with a milled flat surface on it soon. 1m by 2m for 5 hundy. 350kg's! Will make a great surface for welding, clamping and fabricating.
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Re: The journey begins...Glenn and Nicks Barracuda build log

Postby mark_NZ » Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:17 pm

Hey Glenn

long time no hear

I dont check the forum much anymore - are you on Facebook (add me - Mark Seymour) keen to keep a track of your build

cheers

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