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Old 11-19-2014, 02:27 PM
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Just this weekend. I need help.... too many projects! LOL!
69 Camaro-Blowed up! Rebuilding engine and trans.
58 Nomad-Actually running & Driving!!
58 Bel-Air-low mile project, running now, just needs transmission
29 Model A Coupe-ALL original project
58 Buick Special-Complete disasembled project
and two more out back....52 Buick full custom project & 51 Willy's 4x4 truck project, both currently original.
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Old 11-19-2014, 09:36 PM
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Me? No, I was a FAST team Marine. We trained a little with SEAL teams when the units were first formed, I was part of the first group in 1987.

The Fountains the teams were using in the late 80's were kevlar hulled but otherwise standard offshore racing boats with no frills but a lot of com equipment and armament. Team 6 had 4 of these craft, all in a dark blue. In 1990 they had new boats that were specifically built to their specs and they were painted in a camo pattern. These you can find today for sale, the early ones were pretty much destroyed in operational use.
Yep Ive only seen one or two pop up converted to civy use. Wow I didnt know you guys ran them back in the 80s. holy s hit! "Destroyed in operational use..." Lol!
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Old 02-28-2015, 02:51 PM
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Its not what I imagined for a "shop", but in Vegas with realestate being at a premium I did what I could with my 3 car attached garage...

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Old 03-15-2015, 06:57 PM
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not much as far as garages go, but I think what we have in it is pretty cool.

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Old 03-17-2015, 10:37 AM
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My set up 1500 sq ft heated fully insulated. Can hit 70F inside in -15F weather. Boat goes down the center cars on either side.



Looks amazing!!! Any interior photos?
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Old 09-05-2016, 08:13 AM
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Yesterdays project in the big shop.



WOW a Cammer ....drool....
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Old 09-06-2016, 07:48 AM
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YEAH ROB!!

Would you believe that photo in the great Pacific NorthWET?? That was taken TODAY...

There truly is no place better in the summer (when the sun comes out) than here. No big bugs - no hail storms busting your windows - no tornado sirens - rarely any flooding (and only then if you live ON the river that's flooding) - no humidity.

All of this wonderfulness for AT LEAST 60 WHOLE DAYS PER YEAR (July 12th 'til September 15th)!!

EEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!

Lol!!! ...'was reading back on some ideas for the shop when i came across this... So sunny day's are about to end soon at your place eh Greg?

For me, here in Quebec, its just the beginning of the best days the whole year generally brings!! Sunny w/ 18*to 22/23* with generally a light wind flipping the leafs, perfect for working outside under the car port while all dressed up to be protected and NOT be sweating it coffee in hand!!! (Car port is in front of the shop/ and same size as it @ 20x36' for total of 20x72 "shop").

Ooohhhh coming winter.... Please be like the last few ones; short duration and low on snow!!! (Hurray for global warming!!!..... Shhhh!! Dont tell anyone i said that!!)

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48k miles, 100% original, 1969 Camaro coupe. Untouched, never apart and squeaky clean!!! 327/th350, A/C car. Gold on black w/vinyl top. Only add ons; Fast ratio box and SS396 wheels.

FINALLY!!! A car without rust repairs ever!!! None before, none coming!!! Cant come to modifying it tough....

...So, '67 Camaro project with my laying around stuff out of my black 'vert. 468 BB and YSI blower, braked th400, 12 bolt/spool, 35 splines etc. Complete Calvert suspension front and rear. 30x13.5 ET Streets, caged, lightened, slammed and running low 9's "Street car"
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:21 AM
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Lol!!! ...'was reading back on some ideas for the shop when i came across this... So sunny day's are about to end soon at your place eh Greg?

For me, here in Quebec, its just the beginning of the best days the whole year generally brings!! Sunny w/ 18*to 22/23* with generally a light wind flipping the leafs, perfect for working outside under the car port while all dressed up to be protected and NOT be sweating it coffee in hand!!! (Car port is in front of the shop/ and same size as it @ 20x36' for total of 20x72 "shop").

Ooohhhh coming winter.... Please be like the last few ones; short duration and low on snow!!! (Hurray for global warming!!!..... Shhhh!! Dont tell anyone i said that!!)

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It snowed here yesterday..... and was 30* here this morning.
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:33 AM
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It snowed here yesterday..... and was 30* here this morning.
Seriously it snowed ???
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:37 AM
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Seriously it snowed ???



Seriously! Dusted the mountaintops to around the 7000' level. My living room floor is 6172'
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