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Busy over the Holidays

What started out as a carport is now my little shop, and I must say it is better than I expected. I had the week off between Xmas ans New Year's and this is what I did. Finally I am rolling around on a creeper on my property for the first time. Exciting!
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i have a creeper, but i cant use it.
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Peter, looks great! How big is it? Must be nice to have a bunch of room to work. I'd have the place a mess in no time.
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Just about 20' X 20'. Trying to keep it clean and organized. Thanks
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what type of V6? Is that a RED DAWG sub frame?
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Yes Sean it is a RD subframe. The engine is a Chevy V6, which may look familiar to some of you, because it was for sale a while back in the 914 classifieds. (I bought it-not for sale now). Soon to go in the pictured car after fixing one more hole in engine compartment.
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