- More Colin Furze lunacy
- Posted 2 months ago
But he seems to have a couple of screws loose …Posted 2 months ago
After watching his two build videos for this there was a large wait for the test drive film. I was convinced it had failed in some way, but as ever that’s bloody brilliant. I wonder what happens to all the vehicles he builds? Can’t keep them all surely?Posted 2 months ago
That’s brilliant! He’s off his head!
The Monday Night Pub Ride crew did a film with him for EDF energy last year. He’s a really nice bloke. He always just built mad stuff in his shed and now makes a living out of it. Good luck to him
We’re on from 6.40 in should you be interestedPosted 2 months ago
I was convinced it had failed in some way,
This, was expecting a video from a hospital bed (though you half expect that every video, he is going to blow himself up one day). He is turning into one hell of a prototyper/fabricator.Posted 2 months ago
he is going to blow himself up one day
He’s already done it!Posted 2 months ago
I was thinking more along the lines of them collecting the bits of him that were left from a lincolnshire field after the premature detonation of his 8 million subscriber 400ft uber catherine wheel.Posted 2 months ago
I spotted some re-inforcements to the screw threads. I wonder if that was part of the delay.
It’d be ace on some sand dunes (not proteccted ones obvs). I would say it’d be good on snow, but a snowmobile is probably more fun.Posted 2 months ago
This, was expecting a video from a hospital bed (though you half expect that every video, he is going to blow himself up one day).
No he’ll be perfectly safe – he usually wears a safety tie 😉Posted 2 months ago
Not sure about taking it on snow. There isn’t really anything to stop it sliding sideways. Going straight up a slope would be fine, but if it deviated from pointing directly up it could just slide away sideways back to the bottom.Posted 2 months ago
Why would that be any different to mud or sand?
Last video was available to subscribers after the second one came out I think.Posted 2 months ago
Not sure about taking it on snow. There isn’t really anything to stop it sliding sideways. Going straight up a slope
You’re right, he had a couple of hairy moments on those muddy side slopes. I reckon some sort of blade keel, or even a transverse screw would sort it though.Posted 2 months ago
That’s awesome. The original Russian ones actually seemed to be worse than his.Posted 2 months ago
Seems mad dangerous to have the screws rotating inwards.Posted 2 months ago
I wonder what happens to all the vehicles he builds? Can’t keep them all surely?
They are all in his underground bunkerPosted 2 months ago
+1 bunker. I planned one as a boy except mine had wall-to wall Scalextric track and antechamber with extensive personal library 🤓
Colin’s is better though as he
1. Actually built the bunkerPosted 2 months ago
2. Fitted an ejector bed. Perky fella innee?
Seems mad dangerous to have the screws rotating inwards.
Especially with that tiePosted 2 months ago
IIRC he used to ride a BMXPosted 2 months ago
colins cabin fever curePosted 2 months ago
would have thought he’d have been more cleverer with the gear changePosted 2 months ago
His videos have given me lot of enjoyment lately. Loved the Stig 100hp Dodgem Car one.Posted 2 months ago
All that gave rise to one thought. “Why isn’t there a Colin Furze / Project Binky mashup?”
He’d have finished it in a long weekend.
Why isn’t there a Colin Furze / Project Binky mashup?
he’s got a plasma cutter, and according to some on here it would spoil binky cos binky is all about 30 mins on how to make a washer bottle bracket, and then having to remake it after changing your mind. Knocking one out in 30 secs on a plasma cutter is cheating.Posted 2 months ago
The super fast mobility scooter was one of my favourites. Showed that to the in-laws who had scooters at the time !Posted 2 months ago
Cake-o-matic is our favourite at work
CAKE! CAKE!Posted 2 months ago
Do you need planning permission for an underground bunker?Posted 2 months ago
WCA – if you look on his a YouTube channel the video he posted last Thursday was a revisit of the bunker and he answered this question.Posted 2 months ago
Do you need planning permission for an underground bunker?
Not if it’s a secret one. 🙂Posted 2 months agoPosted 1 month ago
that’s some shed Mr FurzePosted 1 month ago
I really enjoyed that. I had a couple of periods in my life working in big engineering workshops and that brought it all back.Posted 1 month ago
Colin goes back to the future….Posted 2 weeks ago
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