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12-26-2011 12:28 PM
Moyers 58tbird conv
I think I figured it out.....my bad

the knowledge base isn't for posts......thought others interested in garage heaters might like to see mine while they are looking at options.
12-26-2011 11:15 AM
dinger
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Originally Posted by Moyers 58tbird conv
Does anyone know how to get this to the Garage, heater section. It seems to only allow links??
I don't understand, what are you wanting to do? Wiki? I can move it around somewhat, merge it with another post.
12-26-2011 11:12 AM
Moyers 58tbird conv
???

Does anyone know how to get this to the Garage, heater section. It seems to only allow links??
12-26-2011 11:10 AM
Moyers 58tbird conv
The best garage heater EVER....

1941 flathead. Was a emergency water pump station in Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. Dad worked in Public works and cut it off the floor in 72. We were at the salvage yard 7am for 5 weeks waiting for it to come out, didn't want someone else to get it. Someone did get some great Stewart Warner gauges, I've been looking for the correct ones ever since.

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