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Midlife Harness Restorations will be down for a while
I'm very sad to state that my house and garage have to have all of their contents removed for repairs to the walls and ceilings beginning the last week in May.  The General Contractor said 6-9 months for all of the work to be done, but I'm hoping the garage will be done a bit sooner than the house, as it doesn't need flooring repairs.  I'm retiring from my day job mid-May, so I was planning on working more on the harness stuff after then, but the Hurricane sort of put a crimp in those plans.

Anyway, if you need any wiring work done, please get it in to me by mid-May at the latest.  Once the tools, supplies, electricity, etc. is removed, the only thing I can do is offer advice. 

I'll post once the business is up and running again, but for a few months, I simply can't do anything.  Sorry...

Let me check your shorts!

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sorry to hear of your miss fortune ,best of luck for a speedy recovery
At least I offer my congratulations on your retirement!

Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

Our current Mustang garage/driveway
1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
2004 Mach 1 Oxford White Auto, Bought Sept 06

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Sorry to hear of this but glad you are ok. Hopefully things will progress on the quicker time estimate. I always appreciate your humorous comments on the site.
What humorous comments??

71-73 Mustangs never die, they just go faster!
Sad to hear your news and i hope contractors move quickly for you

1971 Grandé
Well that sucks for sure.
Maybe you need to move to higher ground.
I hope your insurance company is better than Allstate. Had a water line break while I was in China. Ran for days 7" of water in basement. They tore the floors out, walls, insulation and cabinets out of kitchen and laundry and left. Allstate paid to tear it out but never paid a cent to fix anything cost me a lot of money. I have no insurance now they dropped me also.

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
No flooding here; all wind damage and related rain/water damage. I do have Allstate and they have been absolutely wonderful to work with. My head adjuster is a delight to talk to, and they have bent over backwards to ensure that I get all damage repaired to new condition. They pay my extra utility bills (the house has no insulation and barely any ceilings), paying for moving and storage by a moving company, paying for trailer rent (I am leasing it to myself), covered more than fair the contents that were damaged, etc. I could not ask for a better experience.

Let me check your shorts!

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Glad to hear your insurance guys are taking care of you, that has to be a relief. Congrats on your retirement. I'm jealous.

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Now would be a good time to consider a 6-9 month holiday in Europe. However holiday would be a misrepresentation of why you should come to Europe for 6-9 months. I am sure you would be none stop with business. I would be the first in line to get my wiring updated Big Grin

1971 Grandé
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