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Moving day...

Dionk

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The fumes from the work being done on the car were not making any of the townhomes resisidents to terribly pleased.  So today was moving day....the sanding and priming and sanding and body work will continue tomorrow.  Here are some pics in the sun light.  Not much to look at at the moment. Wish me luck.

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Looks good!  I rebuilt a 1959 MGA in an apartment parking lot in 1984 (I kept it covered when I wasn't working on it.  Engine and parts in the spare bedroom..) and a 1960 Triumph RE3 in front of my condo townhouse in 1987.  Neighbors were either curious, amazed or pissed.  I made sure to give them all rides when the cars were finished.   

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I move to a house with a garage in April!!!! My first garage ever!

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You will not know how you ever got along without one.   

 

Just remember Boyle's law as it relates to life.  No matter how large your container, your stuff will eventually spread out and fill it completley. 

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