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#21 Ace-Garageguy


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Posted 29 December 2013 - 04:37 PM

Guess I'll be joinin' you fellas workin' out in the cold shortly. Moving from a house with a big 2-car garage and a nice, toasty-warm drive-in basement into a little place with an open carport and a small unheated shop about big enough for a Lotus 7.


Soon as I'm settled I've gotta do a head-gasket on a friend's PT Cruiser, pull the engine out of the 911 to fix a pulled head stud, finish the engine rebuild on the Spyder, and do timing-belt, water pump and seals on an old MR-2 (plus troubleshoot the electrics to see why she won't start after sitting for 3 years).


Brrrrr. And wet if the recent weather is anything to go by.

#22 High octane

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 05:26 PM

Back in the 60's I had to fix the heater in my first car outside because I couldn't afford the $25 or maybe it was $45 for a shop to take it out and fix it. I got lucky as one of the vacuum hoses came loose that controlled the damper. Yay!

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 08:12 AM

Oh boy......Nephew called me, he has a leak in his power steering......and he has no garage as well.......burrrrrrrrrrr