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Old 01-27-2006, 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Zimmo
Thanks for the advice guys
I'm just going to put together a quick 2 x 4 frame arount the car where it sits now & throw a tarp over it - instead of reinforcing the shed idea. I don't want to get to crazy on redoing the shed structure...I'll put down a couple sheets of plywood & get a torpedo heater...

Regarding the heater, should I get L.P. or kerosene fuel?

Thanks again
Zimmo
Glad to see your decision is not to try and put the car and you in that shed ,
that project could of gone down hill.
Once you get the motor out you should be able to get in there to work on,
it looks to be a small 4cylinder type car .
Choice for a heater is open when your outside, inside could be a different
situation , whatever route you take THINK SAFETY.

Good Luck and keep us posted o your progress...

BTW... poring a slab and moving the shed for furture use would be your best bet dollar for dollar if you really want to go use it .

1939P7
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