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Old 06-29-2010, 03:17 PM   #1
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My shop is starting to look like Bills place. I've got parts all over.

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Got one full L67 on the stand, another in parts all over, some outside, that'* going for scrap, and the rest on shelfs.

3 Transmissions, one fully assembled and is being installed in a car Friday. Another just needs a diff and a shift accumulator, and the 3rd is in parts. Plus I have several other extra parts.
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Old 06-29-2010, 03:36 PM   #2
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Hahahahaha I was thinking about doing the same type of post the other day and saying the same about you.

Along the far wall are 5 transmissions and one Gunner casing. In the corner is two front Regal seats, My motor. Rounding the corner is the shelf with two more trans cases and parts for nearly 5 other transmissions. The rest of that shelf and other shelves around the garage...more parts than I can list.

I've got a Park Ave out front waiting for a new engine, then I'll have a block too. Although I typically load them up and get rid of them quick. Hate having dead parts taking up room. Out back are 3 full sets of Regal chrome rims.....alll peeling like hell.

Bonneville motor is in (BTW if you ever have a parking brake refuse to release at the wheels, try pulling it backwards) and nearly complete. Yesterday i pulled the gauges and WBo2 etc etc. Soon that will be back out of the garage.
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Hoping to move a lot of parts out the door here soon. Then I need to make a scrap yard run to unload the block and 97 heads.
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