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    Senior Member Brads70's Avatar
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    Where is everyone?

    Sure has been quiet in here for a long time? What's everyone up to? What are you working on?

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    I posted some updates on my Brembo brake install this past weekend.
    http://www.protouringmopar.com/showt...-Charger-Build

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    This past year I've been building our dream house, just at the mudding and taping stage, I bought a bunch of new parts this winter but I can't work on the car till the house is finished!!
    Build thread!!!http://www.protouringmopar.com/showthread.php?796-1971-Speedipus-Rex

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    Been working for Uncle Sam... nuff said.
    1968 Dodge Charger - 6.1L Hemi / 5-speed manual / 3.55:1 Sure Grip

    2013 Dodge Challenger R/T - 5.7L Hemi / 6-speed manual / 3.73:1 Limited Slip

    1964 Dodge Polara 500 - 440 8-71 / 4-speed / 3.91 Sure Grip

    1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye - 340 / Auto / 3.23 Sure Grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangina View Post
    This past year I've been building our dream house, just at the mudding and taping stage, I bought a bunch of new parts this winter but I can't work on the car till the house is finished!!
    Nice! I've dreamed of doing that someday too. I hate sanding drywall! Only job worse is bailing small square hay bales. Post up some pictures when you can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolling_Thunder View Post
    Been working for Uncle Sam... nuff said.
    Military or paying income taxes? LOL

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    I unfortunately get to do both... Military stationed in Washington DC - I work presidential security so the past few months have been a complete sh!t show...

    Did get my tax return back - but my daily driver (1998 4Runner 2WD Auto) got a couple bumps and bruises with DC traffic so it needs a hood, bumper, and front valance... so I did what a normal car guy does... I bought another 4Runner to swap in a 4x4 5-speed set up haha typical car guy I guess.

    I am working on my 73 Challenger here but my 68 Charger and 64 Polara are back in CA
    1968 Dodge Charger - 6.1L Hemi / 5-speed manual / 3.55:1 Sure Grip

    2013 Dodge Challenger R/T - 5.7L Hemi / 6-speed manual / 3.73:1 Limited Slip

    1964 Dodge Polara 500 - 440 8-71 / 4-speed / 3.91 Sure Grip

    1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye - 340 / Auto / 3.23 Sure Grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolling_Thunder View Post
    I unfortunately get to do both... Military stationed in Washington DC - I work presidential security so the past few months have been a complete sh!t show...

    Did get my tax return back - but my daily driver (1998 4Runner 2WD Auto) got a couple bumps and bruises with DC traffic so it needs a hood, bumper, and front valance... so I did what a normal car guy does... I bought another 4Runner to swap in a 4x4 5-speed set up haha typical car guy I guess.

    I am working on my 73 Challenger here but my 68 Charger and 64 Polara are back in CA
    Ah I bet it's been hectic to say the least! Exciting job I'd bet! I guess it depends on your political views I guess? LOL

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    i've been working on the Garage, installed a Liftmaster side garage door opener for clearance,added 2 electrical boxes , all to accommodate a Titan 6000 mid-rise scissor lift that i plan on taking home this weekend (if it ever stops raining) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moparz10 View Post
    i've been working on the Garage, installed a Liftmaster side garage door opener for clearance,added 2 electrical boxes , all to accommodate a Titan 6000 mid-rise scissor lift that i plan on taking home this weekend (if it ever stops raining) .
    Sounds like fun, The city is widening the road in front of my house. The money I think I'll get from the land they will be taking is enough to build a 25x35 shop. So I've been busy doing some planning.

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    that's gonna be a nice size shop

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