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Old 01-03-2016, 11:13 PM
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Video restoration of my 6.3

All, I've decided to try to get my 6.3 ready for the next m-100 meet in Oregon and document the process on youtube.
Here's episode one.

https://youtu.be/B7k3QTG7whs
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Great video! Looking forward to watching it come back to life. Contact Martin at www.600airsuspension.com; he rebuilt a friend's 300SEL suspension and did a fantastic job!
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Hi Al,

Very cool. I subscribed. Looking forward to following your progress.

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Nice video, and I look forward to the next steps! One suggestion: cut down the use of "Basically" - edit it out if you need to. I am guilty of the same and I catch myself when I say or am about to say it too!
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Nice video, and I look forward to the next steps! One suggestion: cut down the use of "Basically" - edit it out if you need to. I am guilty of the same and I catch myself when I say or am about to say it too!
Edit???? My skills in that area are basically basic
But you're right, the video was very unplanned and I need to think a little more about what I put in as I build content.
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Old 01-06-2016, 12:04 PM
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I caught myself doing the same thing, I want to put a few how-to DIY videos up on the YouTubes but I find I actually need a script so I don't struggle for words on-the-spot when recording.
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I caught myself doing the same thing, I want to put a few how-to DIY videos up on the YouTubes but I find I actually need a script so I don't struggle for words on-the-spot when recording.
Actually? Another word that gets over-used

https://newrepublic.com/article/116995/actually-most-futile-overused-word-internet
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I don't believe I use that word too much but now you'll have me checking my use of it to ensure it's required!
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I don't believe I use that word too much but now you'll have me checking my use of it to ensure it's required!
Don't worry, I do the same and I only mentioned it because my grandkids seem to use "actually" in every second sentence!

Luckily this is a car forum - Hard to write well with grease on your hands
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