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Old 01-18-2013, 11:30 AM
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Poor baby. I think you will get a lot of sympathy from the guys on here.

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Haha You don't know what it's like man! It's always hot here! It's been over 80* all winter. I hate working in the heat.

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Haha You don't know what it's like man! It's always hot here! It's been over 80* all winter. I hate working in the heat.
I think it's funny you hate working in the heat!
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Is it only us Canadians that install furnaces and air conditioners in our garages?

I figured you's Yanks had some technology down there.
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Hey John.

Glad to see you're still at it. Keep plugging away and she'll be done.
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Old 01-18-2013, 02:07 PM
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Is it only us Canadians that install furnaces and air conditioners in our garages?

I figured you's Yanks had some technology down there.
I've got a 5000 BTU 220 volt electric heater in my 12 x 22 garage.
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Hey Bigdog I'll trade places with you anytime
If you've never experienced south florida heat then you won't understand. It's the worst. High 90s with over 90% humidity and no shade since there's no freakin trees.
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Old 01-18-2013, 03:26 PM
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Glad to see you're still at it. Keep plugging away and she'll be done.
Thanks Pugs. I bumped into Lynn Yearwood in Knoxville at a car show Saturday and told him we had made him famous by publishing the Lynn Yearwood theory of Street Rod fabrication. I am trying to do a little every day but fixing your own mistakes is not all that much fun.

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If you've never experienced south florida heat then you won't understand. It's the worst. High 90s with over 90% humidity and no shade since there's no freakin trees.
BigDog, I began my telephone career on Miami Beach, Living in Fort Lauderdale. If it is too hot to work down there in January you sure won't be able to do anything after winter is over. It won't be cooling off in the spring

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Is it only us Canadians that install furnaces and air conditioners in our garages?

I figured you's Yanks had some technology down there.
Rarely need AC here in Oregon in the garage or the home, but I do have a 35,000 btu space heater I fire up when it gets below freezing in the garage! Can't let the cold keep me from building!
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We got snow here last night dont think they did down in flat lands and valleys ,Im sure John & Carolina got it to how bout it ya'll snowed in ,still worked on my tyruck in dhop of course,
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We got snow here last night dont think they did down in flat lands and valleys ,Im sure John & Carolina got it to how bout it ya'll snowed in ,still worked on my tyruck in dhop of course,
What part of NW Georgia are you in? We got a few flurries but nothing stuck around Chattanooga.
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i am in north east Ga about 30 miles from North Carilina 50 miled from Tenn ,elevetion just above 2000 ft.next door to jed and granny
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Procrastinated, with a cup of Joe, about replacing the valve cover gasket on my wife's 2003 VW, Golf-GTI 1.8T, till nine, finding, naturally, that after tearing it down the timing belt looked like hell because of a failed idler with 20,000 miles on it, that no one has. But I did locate a belt and the identical bearing matching the one that had failed, so whatever. After That! I simply alphabetically organised last year's RO's for filing, that sucked a bit more, ain't that nuts........... But hey. It was a sunny day, blue sky's highs in the 10s with some snow. So I blew some doughnuts in the field, to calm my nerves.
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Old 01-18-2013, 07:27 PM
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We got snow here last night dont think they did down in flat lands and valleys ,Im sure John & Carolina got it to how bout it ya'll snowed in ,still worked on my tyruck in dhop of course,

I wouldn't say we got snow it looked more like a heavy frost LOL We had maybe an inch that pretty much turned into ice before it melted this morning. The weather men/women should all be ashamed of themselves for making such a big deal out of such a pathetic storm.

Great looking work guys, sorry it has been a while since I have been on this thread. I haven't posted any pictures of my latest job, because the owner has me sworn to secrecy until its completed . Other than that everything is moving along nicely. The Camaro is partially blasted with the first coats of primer on most of the sheet metal and parts on order. The "secret" project is stripped down and ready to go on the rotisserie, and we have turned out 3 production jobs in the mean while and I plan to paint a 4th one tomorrow. It's been a little bit busy around here, but busy is good

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We got little snow most of it went south of us Alabama i think got the most.I tried to get my 53 chevy pu in primer today ,but as always didnt happen ,we have pu mainia at shop a 53 chevy a 52 a 51 a54 all chevy pu fot total restoration ,all diggerent colors painted a 99 silverado 4x4 today ,scuff buff out the door tomorrow rest Sunday..the weatherman is the only person who can be wrong 85% of the time and keep his job,

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