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Our New Domain Name

Posted by Jo Sanderson on December 28, 2009 at 1:26 AM

Hi everyone. We have just got our own Domain Name for Cancars. As from 30th Dec '09 the web address will be

www.sandyscancars.com

The old address will still point to this new address, so hopefully no one will get lost or left out!!!

Hope you all had a great Christmas, and will have a happy and restful New Year!!

Sandy & Jo

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9 Comments

Reply Jack Sweezy
5:09 PM on January 16, 2010 
You are very talented, Sandy, and those cars are beautiful!
Reply Kirby Tipple
6:05 PM on February 6, 2010 
Your cars are awesome Sandy! Can't wait til the plans I ordered arrive.

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Reply Susan
6:45 PM on April 14, 2010 
Your cars are awesome! You are very creative with a unique imagination. The best recycle project I have ever seen!
Reply kevin salton
7:45 AM on April 28, 2010 
I also have to add these are amongst the best static automotive models I have seen in a long time.
Just love what u can do with a throwaway can, a load of talent and patience.
Cheers ....keep them coming.
Reply luis cervantes
4:36 PM on July 1, 2010 
you work is beatifull congratulationes , i do not speak inglish, mi from is mexico , i like you work

i speak spanish : traducelo


bueno pues espero pueads entender pero es solo que estoy muy emosionado con lo que ases espero algun dia fabricar algo como lo que ases felicidades y asta pronto
Reply Martin
8:42 PM on September 7, 2010 
My wife will only let me get the plans if I have the tools on hand, so I need to know what tool do I need?
Reply sandy
3:14 AM on September 9, 2010 
Martin says...
My wife will only let me get the plans if I have the tools on hand, so I need to know what tool do I need?

The toolkit can be very basic:- a single edged razor blade for cutting both the balsa and cans; a sharp pair of scissors for cutting the cans; a sheet of 400 grit wet & dry for the metal work and 180 grit for the wood bits; a pair of compasses for circles and curves; a steel rule for measurement and straight lines; a pair of pliers for cutting and bending wire; a pair of tweezers for assembling the fiddly bits; some metal polish; and a can of clear lacquer to finish everything off.
Reply Muhamad Ilyas
7:16 AM on March 25, 2016 
yes, i like your new domain url. i visit your website now

Tips Kesehatan
Reply Wander Mello
10:43 AM on April 1, 2016 
Hi Mr. Sandy I've tried to do some cars to cans were good but their are wonderful, I'm from Brazil and I want to know how do I get the plans to try to make some of the same have collected some beautiful cans and would belissimos models, I await your contact information and ok.