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Something you lot might find interesting : I spend most of my time with my head under the bonnet of one machine or another.

Might as well share some pictures with you all as we go.

Here's a DC2 getting torn down to be sent off for paint.

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Something you lot might find interesting : I spend most of my time with my head under the bonnet of one machine or another. 

Might as well share some pictures with you all as we go.

Heres a DC2 getting torn down to be sent off for paint.

Olie

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Tartan TarmacWell it's American by the looks of that hand brake.

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David WoodWho's dc2 is it Olie?

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Alex JebsonThis was the state of the dash in #ProjectC70 while changing the trim, had to remove the half of it just to get into the trim :/ thankfully it's back to normal now and looking like an interior again

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Willie ChrystalDid the same, started to take the gauges out to get them working and forgot to stop. Name the name and model...

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David HenryHopefully you will be able to get back under the Y10 track car bonnet soon...

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The time when Nissan made awesome cars! The Nissan NP35, a V12 monster that was made to run in the 1993 WSCC but he never raced!

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Keith Bird11.6k RPM peak power!

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Keith BirdNissan/Nismo have an awesome history, and still making some great stuff.

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Archie MackAwesome !

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Colin Thomsondoes he overtake a bus at 2:12??!

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Tartan Tarmac added 25 new photos to the album: March 2017 Breakfast Meet (Album 3) — at New College Lanarkshire Motherwell Campus.

Some more photos from last month's meet.
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Some more photos from last months meet.
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Grant LittleOut of all the pics that wer took not 1 of my car all the hard work meant nothing i supose

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Our commercial partners Reep are looking for staff
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Reep Scotland Are Hiring! Start date: Immediate. Role: Detailer/Paint Protection Film Applicator Job type: Full time. 40 hours per week. Based: Paisley, Scotland About the role:- With the growing need of paint correction and protection, Reep Scotland are looking for a hard working individual, who are keen to work in a team of professional automotive detailers & Paint and Windscreen protection film technicians. With the niche environment, were looking for applicants with confidence, professionalism and a willingness to learn new skills. The positions will have room to grow & develop within the areas of automotive detailing & paint and Windscreen protection film application. You will be provided with detailed training to help you build your skill set within the brand. We are a fast pace, dynamic team, focusing on luxury detailing & automotive Paint and Windscreen protection film application. Working not only with the private sector, but luxury dealer groups & automotive manufacturers too. Our team has a great rapport & support each other in executing all work with precision & passion and an unwavering commitment to become World Class in everything we do. Responsibilities will include: -Working with luxury car care products. -Use of rotary & dual action polishers. -Paint protection film application -ClearPlex Windscreen application. -Gtechniq ceramic coating application -Working well within a professional team. -Passionate & knowledgeable about all things automotive. -Gtechniq ceramic coating application Required experience: -Relative experience within the detailing or PPF industry though ongoing training will be provided in house. -Good knowledge of car care products. -Relative experience in the use of rotary/dual action polisher or paint protection film/wrapping application. -Good understanding of product application in either fields. -Attention to detail -Passionate about delivering exceptional results first time, every time Please send your CV with a covering letter over to detailingscotland@reepgroup.co.uk Please tag & share!

Our commercial partners Reep are looking for staff

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Mark MccallumAwesome place to work

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