Fabrication, Welding, Shop Tools, Tips & Techniques
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Well as its winter it was time to work on the garage a little, what do you think?
Gotta plan, spend it before she can, and go as fast as you can.
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I think its to clean. You need to spill some oil on the floor to slip on and have some holes in the wall from tools thrown in anger.
But in seriousness, that is spotless and very nice.
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I would be proud to call it mine!
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'71 Nova E85
6.69 @ 100.2 MPH 9/6/14
13:1 439 BBC
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Dude, that's beautiful.
1970 Nova SS 3580lb, Shafiroff 434 na, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Very pretty.. Your shop is a lot cleaner than mine!
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Yes, that is beautiful, nice work :)
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Bracket Nova wrote:I would be proud to call it mine!
SWEET, lets pull a old greasy leaking engine out! No just kidding Clean, Can I keep my 69' Camaro in there?
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Time to getter done. I'm refreshing my engine, fresh bore,pistons,rings,cam,lifters................Hope to go Quicker!!!!
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