At least you guys have the advantage of a garage. I had parts filling my
bedroom closet, behind my bed, all over outside & even built a small shed
to hold some. I hung the front valance from my bedroom wall to keep it
from becoming damaged. It was such a relief to get the car back together
and the parts out of the house.
I will NEVER disassemble and rebuild a car on the dirt in the open
without a garage again!
>59 TR3A (disguised as garage clutter)"
>What am I missing here? I have a '59 TR3 in one piece and I STILL can't walk
>through my garage! Oh well.
>Welcome to the "club", Peggy.
>>To: email@example.com, Triumphs@autox.team.net
>>Subject: Re: new to list, Peggy
>>Date: Thu, Jun 10, 1999, 6:59 PM
>> Welcome to the list, Peggy. You will find this collection of people to be
>> quite informative, funny, opinionated, etc., but above all, friendly. There
>> will be some good natured jibbing, as well as a genuine concern for other
>> members. Don't be embarrassed to ask questions or seek help, we have all
>> been there. I just hope that you will enjoy it as much as I have.
>> Gary Bouffard
>> 59 TR3A (disguised as garage clutter)
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