Early AC air cleaner starts restoration

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Early AC air cleaner starts restoration

Post by MAJ Tim » Wed Nov 24, 2021 9:55 am

This is my video of my early AC air cleaner starting restoration. https://youtu.be/Fnu0aNO3RHc

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Re: Early AC air cleaner starts restoration

Post by Ron D » Mon Nov 29, 2021 12:38 pm

Better titled "Three minutes of picking it up and putting it down while talking about restoring it."?
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Re: Early AC air cleaner starts restoration

Post by MAJ Tim » Mon Nov 29, 2021 12:46 pm

Can I see your video about it? I am showing the condition of it, hence the title "starts restoration." I am doing the work now and will post a video when I am done.

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'43 Bantam TC-3
'40 Spen Hur
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Re: Early AC air cleaner starts restoration

Post by Ron D » Mon Nov 29, 2021 2:03 pm

Tim,
I don't have a video about it, and I didn't advertise one. Making a video while I work is too hard for me to do, so I don't. :lol:
I apologize as I totally mis-read your title and intent to just show it's starting condition. I was interested in seeing how you were restoring it, not a video talking about it. Sure, I'd like to see it when you're done.

I tend to think that videos are a lot more useful (could be mistaken about that) when they actually show work being done, not just talking about it and then showing the finished product --- with not a tool or technique to be seen anywhere in between. The stuff in the middle is the most useful, to me anyway. And of all the folks with a camera and a desire, not many can make a truly useful video. Making useful video appears to be much harder than it looks.

Like many, I bite and click on a lot of videos that are disappointing. Nothing new about that.

Good luck!
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