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Old 05-28-2023, 01:01 PM
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Well, finally made the move out of California a couple months ago. Settled in Medford OR to be near family. Found a house with an awesome view and a shop. But going from 2700 s.f. of shops to 900 s.f. is quite an adjustment. Left my lift, lathe, and misc large items with the new homeowner in Ca. as it was too hard to move. Will be purchasing another lift in the future, but I have time as my car is down in Sacto for paint/body work. Also planning on getting the floor coated when money permits. One good thing is this shop has 700 s.f,. above it for storage, which helps a ton.

First three pics are my new shop, the others are what I moved from in Wilton.
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Rock Valley Antique Auto Parts for their stainless fuel tank
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why did you leave Cali?
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Old 05-28-2023, 11:35 PM
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Family and cost of living. California has become too expensive for me, and unfortunately IMO it's going to get worse. The state is run by idiots lol.
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Painless Performance for their wiring harness

Ron Davis Radiators for their radiator and fan assembly.
Baer Brakes for their front and rear brakes

Texas Speed and Performance for their 427 LS Stroker
American Powertrain for their ProFit Magnum T56 kit
Currie Enterprises for their 9" Third Member
Forgeline for their GF3 Wheels
McLeod Racing for their RXT street twin clutch
Ididit for their steering column
Holley for their EFI and engine parts
Lokar and Clayton Machine for their pedals and door and window handles
Morris Classic Concepts for their 3 point belts and side mirrors
Thermotec for their heat sleeve and sound deadening products
Restomod Air for their Tru Mod A/C kit
Mightymouse Solutions for their catch can
Magnaflow for their 3" exhaust system
Aeromotive for their dual Phantom fuel system
Vintage Air for their new Mid Mount LS front drive
Hydratech Braking for their hydroboost system
Borgeson for their stainless steering shaft and u joints
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Rock Valley Antique Auto Parts for their stainless fuel tank
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hope you settle in quick, shame to have to have left some shop items. Moving is least of my favorite things to do. Best of luck at new address
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Can't blame you for wanting to escape and having recently transplanted to a new State myself I feel your pain... 3/4s of what we moved from Missouri to AZ was my shop stuff, we left most of the house stuff behind. Even then I still left quite a bit of shop stuff behind as well. The real sucky part is buying it all back afterwards when you realize you still need it.
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I dig the new shop and it will do everything you need with a lift!

Was it move in ready? Did you add the lights for example? And if so what did you install?
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So far you’ve done a good job of keeping the yard and other house tools out of the garage. That’s where I currently struggle. Space taken up by all of the non-car stuff eats up a “normal” size shop.

Btw…what’s with the microwave? Warming up coffee between distractions?
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Looking forward to see it as your vision unfolds for it Jody.
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I dig the new shop and it will do everything you need with a lift!

Was it move in ready? Did you add the lights for example? And if so what did you install?
Move in ready for the most part. I pressure washed the concrete. Thought about painting the walls a different color but it had just been painted and I had a lot of other home projects to do, so I left it as-is. Lights were already in and it's very well lit.
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Roadster Shop for their Chevelle SPEC Chassis
Dakota Digital for their Chevelle HDX Gauge Package
Painless Performance for their wiring harness

Ron Davis Radiators for their radiator and fan assembly.
Baer Brakes for their front and rear brakes

Texas Speed and Performance for their 427 LS Stroker
American Powertrain for their ProFit Magnum T56 kit
Currie Enterprises for their 9" Third Member
Forgeline for their GF3 Wheels
McLeod Racing for their RXT street twin clutch
Ididit for their steering column
Holley for their EFI and engine parts
Lokar and Clayton Machine for their pedals and door and window handles
Morris Classic Concepts for their 3 point belts and side mirrors
Thermotec for their heat sleeve and sound deadening products
Restomod Air for their Tru Mod A/C kit
Mightymouse Solutions for their catch can
Magnaflow for their 3" exhaust system
Aeromotive for their dual Phantom fuel system
Vintage Air for their new Mid Mount LS front drive
Hydratech Braking for their hydroboost system
Borgeson for their stainless steering shaft and u joints
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