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Re: LBC Garage Necessities

Subject: Re: LBC Garage Necessities
From: Bob Howard <>
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 10:33:06 -0400
  Tell them real soon to set insulation on the crushed rock, then to lay
rows of heater tubing in there before pouring the concrete.  All you need
to heat the floor is an ordinary water heater with a pump.  One of the
guys in our club has a heated garage floor--if working under a vehicle
while it's on a heated floor can ever be nice, this is the best it can
ever be.  He said it cost him about $400 for materials.

On Fri, 6 Apr 2001 10:13:26 -0400 "O'CONNORS, CHARLIE"
<> writes:
> I'm having a garage built so that I can work on my LBCs at home under 
> a
> roof.  I'm having it built with 2 bays and a 10 x 24 workshop.  They 
> pour
> the slab on Monday so if I need to have something built in, I need 
> to tell
> them real soon.  Once the garage is completed, I want to try and 
> equip it
> with tools/equipment that I'll need on a regular basis.  I suspect a 
> lot of
> you listers have outfitted your garages for the same, and I'm sure 
> there are
> others that would be interested in knowing what is the ideal garage 
> for
> working on these cars.  Looking forward to hearing from you all.
> Charlie O'Connors
> Tallahassee, Florida
> '71 MGB/GTs (2)
> '59 Bugeye Sprite

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