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Old 03-22-2019, 07:13 PM
Peter Tommasini Peter Tommasini is offline
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crashed oil pan ...saved!
Nice job!
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Old 03-23-2019, 02:42 PM
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Resurrected a lot of oil pans over the years with hammer and dolly...
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Old 03-23-2019, 02:43 PM
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My dream workshop has seperate rooms;
*A hot-work room for welding, grinding and casting in which no fires can start.
* A wood work room to keep the dust localised.
* A metal-machine room, where the machines can be kept clean easily.
* A pressurised clean-room for engine assembly and possibly panel painting.

Sounds really fussy, but to subdivide a big shed is no big deal.

After having nearly burnt my Alpine to the ground, I am even more paranoid about fire, so ideally the cars would have a seperate garage, to keep them away from grinding grit and fires,

Cheers Charlie
My sentiments exactly- I've got separate dedicated shops here- metal/welding/mechanical, wood/modeling and stone sculpture studio. Never imagined I would be this fortunate.

Planning to add on (someday) to the metal/mechanical building to add a dirty room and maybe more for vehicle parking. No Alpine, just our old TR3 to rebuild eventually.

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You are a good man Cliffy! I wished we lived closer to each other

Cheers Charlie
Well, the house next door is for sale.... I would suggest it to Peter, but he isn't keen on my wife's possums.

Honestly, Charlie, I'm probably a lot more interesting from afar. reality, at least around here, isn't usually very exciting or lucrative.
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Old 03-23-2019, 05:10 PM
Charlie Myres Charlie Myres is offline
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Honestly, Charlie, I'm probably a lot more interesting from afar. reality, at least around here, isn't usually very exciting or lucrative.
Sounds like my place!

I suspect that like me, you like making anything and helping others.

Keep up the posts, I always enjoy reading them,

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