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    Slow steady progress and working on beaters is as suggested a good start.

    Do not try and exceed at any time your personal skill level by too much. remember always too - metal can be removed but not easily put back

    Make sure you invest in good tools - particularly a good screw driver set, good multi angle vice and soft jaws.

    The other suggestions for vids and reading are also good - work in gradually - small steps - no giant leaps.
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