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    Default Closing down shop

    Just a heads up. As of today we are closing down and only shipping kits in stock.
    With luck should reopen around February 1. Just signed the deal on selling our house here in Oregon and have a new one under contract in Greenfield Missouri.
    Have 3 weeks to pack 30 years worth of stuff and sell or move all my cars and wood shop tools.
    The plus is new place already has a fully equipped wood shop.
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    Hope you like the new(to you) tools as much as your old ones.
    "Do Not Hump!?!?! Does that mean what I think it means?!?"--Michelle Blanchard

    "People saw wood and say nothing, but railroad men saw trains and say things that are better left unprinted."--Charles De Lano Hine

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    wow that seems an ambitious schedule.

    may the move go smoothly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by victor miranda View Post
    wow that seems an ambitious schedule.

    may the move go smoothly.
    Yea, this has happen way to fast, like in under a month so far from thinking about it to done deals.

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    Welcome to the Midwest, Rich.

    Hope the move goes great for you, but I know that the 30 years of accumulation wont be easy. What your car collection??

    I'll find some time and make the drive down to see you, once your settled in.
    Rodney

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    That would be great Rodney would be great to meet you. As for the cars down to 3 Corvairs, one 61 Ford Econoline PU, 97 Shelby GLHS and a hot rod Datsun Roadster.
    plus the daily drivers.

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    I've always wanted one of those old econolines. There's a badass van about he same era down in Farmington someone already started cutomizing, it had big n' littles, side pipes, and coolest of all, Desoto fins on top. Unfortunately, Wifey said no. Actually IIRC, her exact quote was "Oh HELL no. You're not buying THAT."
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    Well I've had the Econoline since 74 and bought the Shelby new , One vair since 82 and over twenty years for each of the rest.
    I tend to keep my stuff which is way this move will be interesting.
    rich

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    Hoarders like us should never have to move! Feelin for ya! Hire help, it makes it go so much smoother.
    Northern Pacific and Black Hills RR in N, of course!!
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