Jason Statham aka Arthur Bishop returns as the Mechanic in the sequel to the 2011 action thriller. And blows things up.
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Arthur Bishop [Jason Statham] returns as the Mechanic in the sequel to the 2011 action thriller. When the deceitful actions of a cunning but beautiful woman [Jessica Alba] force him to return to the life he left behind, Bishop’s life is once again in danger as he has to complete an impossible list of assassinations of the most dangerous men in the world.
MECHANIC 2 ‘Resurrection’ TRAILER (Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, Tommy Lee Jones – Action, 2016)
A Movie directed by Dennis Gansel
Cast : Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, Tommy Lee Jones
Release Date : In theaters August 26, 2016
Genre : Action
A collection of some 200 old cars (mainly Fiat’s) has been found in Kolding, Denmark. Many of the cars have never been sold!!!! Brand new Fiat 127, 128, 131, Ritmo etc.
And here’s the story:
"Jens Sørensen owned a Fiat garage in Kolding, Denmark, and for some reason didn’t resell the cars which he took in part-exchange for new ones between 1973 and 1981.
Then in 1981 he was made to choose by Fiat Denmark whether to run the business as a truck agency or a passenger car franchise. He opted for the trucks, and just left all the passenger cars where they were, including some unsold new models.
Now a descendent of his who appears to be Kjeld, son of Sven Sørensen, finds that he owns about 200 old cars, and has decided to sell most of them. So far this has only been publicised by word-of-mouth. He plans to keep the best examples of each model, but others are for sale, ranging in value from the equivalent of €250 for an accident-damaged Fiat 600 to €6500 for a Lancia Beta with 16,000 km on the clock, which was run as a company car.
There are some second series Fiat 127s with delivery mileage, but it seems that there are problems with cars which were never actually registered when new. These cannot now be put on the road in Denmark because of emissions regulations."
There are two parts on a shipping container, turned into a storage container, which actually get touched and moved, these are the hinges and the cam locks. Because these two parts get moved and operated, any issues become evident quickly and they get more frustrating as the capability to use them declines. Doing a little a little research to see what people do to maintain the hinges on their storage containers I was surprised to find there seems to be no sure formula. Rather this research resulted in a potpourri of ideas, concoctions and philosophy on container hinge maintenance. Honestly the most effective idea I learned was the most straight forward but we’ll get to that later.
The things which ought to occur in hinge maintenance are two-fold; the first is to get the crud out. The crud buildup is what binds the door and causes it to be hard to move. The second thing needed is to lubricate the two hinge surfaces that rub together to maintain easy operation and to keep crud from building up. If both of these things happen you will have a smooth operating door. I located a discussion thread indicating people have used mixtures of; muriatic acid and liquid soap, diesel fuel and motor oil, paint thinner and brake fluid, three parts penetrating oil and one part automatic transmission fluid, and automatic transmission fluid and acetone to mention a few. I’m uncertain which one worked better than others but each of these had one thing in common, one of the mixture parts broke down or forced out the gunk and the other part of the mixture offered some form of oiling to the hinge.
Two over the counter products that people have had success with are “Fluid Film” which is available at Grainger Supply and “Rust Check,” Rust Check is available in Canada however I don’t believe it can found in the States. From reading product literature, these products both flushed the crud out of the hinge and offered some lubrication.
The straight forward plan I spoke of earlier would be to clean out the container hinges with penetrating fluid or paint thinner then drill a hole, tap it and install a zerk fitting in each hinge and fill them with grease once or twice a year. The grease will both lubricate for easy action and will keep crud from entering into the hinge causing the door to bind up again.
This topic of shipping container hinge maintenance seems to be one of those with several different solutions instead of one or two techniques. Many of us have some combination of these products on the shelf somewhere so rather than running to the auto parts retailer for transmission fluid and the gas station for diesel fuel simply go to the kitchen for some liquid soap and to the container for some paint thinner, mix it up try it on the hinges and let us know how it works.…