One Reply to “Always Made/Make/Makes Good”

  1. Chris,
    Looks to me like the three versions fit the three main activities of you, your team, the project and the Excelsior.
    Made Good = Acquiring the machine, locating and fabricating parts & components and the learning.
    Make Good = Assembling, fitting, parts & components and the knowledge/ability to make the machine road worthy.
    Makes Good = Completing the 2018 Cannonball Run.



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