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    Thanks guys for your encouragement. Credit really goes to Steve for imagining the vision from the very start. Nothing on this project was rushed. Steve's patience was key to producing a quality restoration. His understanding and patience meant a lot to me especially during the time the project slowed while my wife and I cared for my mother during her final days with cancer.
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    felicidades on opening the new shop !

    Help ma they're gunna wash my car

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    Forgive my ignorance Freddie, but I thought you had always had your own shop??
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    I started working out of my garage as a hobbiest many years ago. Later, I knocked out the rear wall of my garage and gave myself some more room and started doing side jobs on an occasional Porsche here and there. Eventually, I saw the need to have a shop so, I erected a steel structure on my property and enjoyed restoring cars from home. Now, the time has finally come to expand my business and take it to the next level. So, I guess your are right Ed...I have always had a shop. Here is a picture of my own 1978 SC that I restored right out of my garage...suspension, motor, interior and color change from Sepia Brown to Guards Red. I wish I had a picture of my very first Porsche that I finished when I was 17 years of age...it was a 1954 356 in Irish Green. During my high school years I was taking an auto restoration shop class, my high school counselor promised me more credits if I painted his 356. The car looked great from one mile distance but at 3 feet, it's was horrible...wow it's been a long time coming.
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    Freddie Hernandez
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    Congratulations. I've always wanted to venture into entrepreneurship!

    Keep up the good work!

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    wheels...hot wheels...hot wheels done by Harvey...
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    Freddie Hernandez
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    (541) 535-3304
    www.facebook.com/VintageSportscarRestorations

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    Fabulous Freddy!

    What are the tyre sizes? 215/60 and 195/65 on 15"?
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    Love the color, great job. A couple of questions, what tire size front and backs, and wheel size, also do you a web page.

    Thanks
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    Sorry, i did not see the post on the sizes,
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    San, I don't have a website yet and need to move forward on this. I have been brain storming ideas on design and functionality. I don't want to rush into this project since it's a very important one. One idea I'm having is a site with a throw back vintage vibe...but yet functional and useful for my perspective clients. I have all these ideas stuffed in my brain and need to release them on paper still. I definately want to keep being transparent with my projects via blog or other means...I like the fact that people know up front what kind of craftsmanship they will be getting...no surprises! I'm open for suggestion guys....
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    www.facebook.com/VintageSportscarRestorations

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