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Speaking of Garages
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    Speaking of Garages

    You know reading rocketfoots post about his garage got me to thinking. I know that a shocking statement, but it would be nice if more people on this site would "build" thier garage on this site. There is plenty of room for everyone. I think its a cool feature on here. You can show case details on your car for all to see.
    Offline 11-08-2010 11:31 AM
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      RE: Speaking of Garages

      Good point! It's also simple to link your garage in your signature like I did! Makes it easy for everyone to find your vehicle info! Big Grin
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        RE: Speaking of Garages

        Not sure what you mean by garage. If it's my physical garage, where else but in America do you store a $2000 rusted out classic and keep $90,000 worth of vehicles out in the cold? A little guidance would be helpful.
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          RE: Speaking of Garages

          He's talking about our 7173Mustangs Garage...

          http://www.7173mustangs.com/forum-garage

          You can add your vehicle along with some info and photos so everyone can check it out. Big Grin
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            RE: Speaking of Garages

            (11-08-2010 12:00 PM)Maiden Dearborn Wrote:  Not sure what you mean by garage. If it's my physical garage, where else but in America do you store a $2000 rusted out classic and keep $90,000 worth of vehicles out in the cold? A little guidance would be helpful.

            If you click on the "more" tab at the top of the page it will give you several options, garage being one of them. Then you can post pictures, give info about your car etc....
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              RE: Speaking of Garages

              Well back to the drawingboard. Got the engine and trans out. Waiting for the 4 main block to get back from the machine shop. While I am waiting going to rebuild the front end and change the gearing from 456 to a 410. Also a shot of my work space.


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              Offline 11-12-2010 09:03 PM
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                (11-12-2010 09:03 PM)coilwire Wrote:  Well back to the drawingboard. Got the engine and trans out. Waiting for the 4 main block to get back from the machine shop. While I am waiting going to rebuild the front end and change the gearing from 456 to a 410.

                Careful with that hood up there a little to much jacking on the front of the car and it will go sliding, trust me on this oneUndecided
                Offline 11-12-2010 09:06 PM
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                  RE: Speaking of Garages

                  Another for newbies
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