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Your project really reminds me of the rehabbed chicken coop that my buddy and I restored my GTO in back in the winter of 82/83.   Enough room to store a small boat and work on a car.  We had a nice pot belly stove that would bring the whole place up to about 60 degrees (no insulation) in the dead of winter.  I don't think you have the same cold issues to deal with.

 

Great times!

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7 minutes ago, Larry Schramm said:

Single digits here in Detroit for the last week or so.  Said on TV that we have not hit 20 deg F since Christmas.

And I bet you'll still cruise that Buick truck around! 

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15 minutes ago, JoelsBuicks said:

Is that a Ford Intruder?

Yes.  Daggum thing needed a new transmission.  These transmissions are a huge PITA....  We've rounded off two torque converter nuts now....

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Big door open wide!  A sure sign of Spring and a welcome sight after a cold winter.  Just wish I could say I was back to Buicks.   Got a Honda Odyssey AC replacement to start tomorrow; wife’s orders!

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Already!?! But you're so young!!!

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Its the stress of getting older.  Its a double edged sword.  You stress about losing the tool and it ages you; you stress about aging and you forget where you put things.

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