Imagine taking an 87 year-old Model T truck frame, the front suspension from a malaise-era Pinto, and the engine from a 90’s Mustang and making a racecar. Now imagine winning…alot…and driving to the race legally on public roads. The 24 Hours of LeMons series is a Maker tour de force. Where mechanical chops (and sweat equity) are required to help teams come up with winners under the $500 budget cap. Along with the Model T GT will be Spirit of Chump Car-winning Ferdinand the Bug whose adorable googley-eyed exterior hides a ferocious Subaru power plant and just to make things TRULY challenging…dual controls! Come talk to these Maker-racers on Sunday October 19th and find out how you can turn your driveway eyesore into a track-day champion.
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@ebmakerfaire on InstagramDid you make a quilt block at #eastbayminimakerfaire? Each nine square block will be used to make a quilt - like this cozy one - for fire victims and foster children! Thanks @made_by_judy for sharing your post with us - and to #eastbayheritagequilters and @hellostitchstudio for their work on this wonderful project!Thanks @akiragames.us for sharing this picture of the awesome t-shirt you picked up from @slowmoonrise at #eastbayminimakerfaire! We 👏👏🏻👏🏼👏🏽👏🏾👏🏿your support of local makers!Remember that rad sgraffito tile you made at #eastbayminimakerfaire? It’s ready and waiting for you @brushstrokesinc - Pick up by November 11th (745 Page Street, Berkeley)
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