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Old 05-15-2017, 03:29 PM   #21
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Still getting things set up and working oit the logistics. Im heading to Columbus Georgia Wednesday to look at an old service station on an old country road to do some work on the trucks.
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Still getting things set up and working out the logistics. Im heading to Columbus Georgia Wednesday to look at an old service station on an old country road to do some work on the trucks.
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Cool, what kind of trucks are at the service station?
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Old 05-15-2017, 03:51 PM   #24
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None yet Cory, i was just looking for a good shop in that area since most of the Copart auctions are there and it seems like i will be able to cover the southeast as far as craigslist goes from there too. I got the shelves put in the unit in Orlando and the air conditioning should be this week too. My wife just says im trying to find ways to get out of he house lol. Yeah! She travels several months a year for work and I get bored out here in the country.
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Oh I see, you would think that with the thread title I would have understood that post.

So a storage unit in Orlando, and possibly an old service station in Georgia, cool.
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Old 05-19-2017, 06:09 AM   #26
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Cory i passed on the property in Georgia. It just needed too much work for it being a rental. So i found something closer. Its in Cocoa. Its a cool little building on hwy 520 and US 1
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Settled on a place to land for my world headquarters lol. It's just a couple blocks from the intercoastal waterway in Cocoa Florida. It's a small office with a parts room and a two bay garage for teardowns and build ups. Can't wait to finally get settled so I can finish up some of these projects. Hopefully we will be up and selling parts the first week of June.
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Tony - nice, cool little place, exciting to see it all come together. For North Carolina trip, we are headed to Beech Mountain. I just googled Tarboro real quick, looks like that is way east, would love to meet up if possible. I'll be there June 23rd to July 9, and then I come home for 2 weeks and then go back for another 7 or 8 days at the end of July.
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Sweet!

Too bad I live on the other side of the country, otherwise I would visit!

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Tony - nice, cool little place, exciting to see it all come together. For North Carolina trip, we are headed to Beech Mountain. I just googled Tarboro real quick, looks like that is way east, would love to meet up if possible. I'll be there June 23rd to July 9, and then I come home for 2 weeks and then go back for another 7 or 8 days at the end of July.
Thanks Cory. Beech Mountain is beautiful. My brother has a timeshare cabin or in his case, a time hog cabin up there. Definately beautiful country. I will see when we are meeting this year in Tarboro as i will be driving right by you on the way to Robbinsville.
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Sweet!

Too bad I live on the other side of the country, otherwise I would visit!

C'Mon Jake, its just a little road trip. Bring Robbs Trekker with you when you come down.
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That's awesome Tony, congrats on the new place! I'm glad things are falling into place and working out for you! You need a couple guys here on the west coast working for you, take this endeavor nation wide (hint hint)... lol.
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That's a great idea. I'm in. How's the fab work coming Ed?
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nice... now hurry up and get some parts in there so I can check it out while I am visiting some friends in OrBlando middle of june
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Man that'll be cool. I've got my "nerd" son working on the website now Lol. I will keep y'all posted on the progress of the shop. Thanks for checkin in!
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Actually, I forgot to mention I will be swapping out a fuel tank on a 95 Tacoma(rust/leaking) while visiting. You sell any parts that are that new?
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That's a great idea. I'm in. How's the fab work coming Ed?
The job has been keeping me pretty busy, worked double shifts at work all last week. I hope to get back at it as soon as I can.
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