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    Making real progress

    The building is almost cleaned out. We're making more floor space every day and the cars are getting smaller...........

    Ciao

    Jim
    PS: No, this one is not going to the scrap mill.
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    WOW !!! ... Unbelievable
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    So whats the most interesting part or thing you (re-)discovered in the big clean out, Jim?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CamBiscuit View Post
    So whats the most interesting part or thing you (re-)discovered in the big clean out, Jim?!
    Good question. I have come to realize that we were pretty good at keeping track of stuff. I did find a NOS 65 911 windshield washer fluid bag. It sold at the LIT meet for 20 times the price I got for a used on on this forum recently. I also found a siren that I must have taken out of a car decades ago. It works great and sounds like we are having an Air Raid. That is the most fun part we have found.

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    Sorry if I missed it, Jim, but what are the plans for the building. Man cave?
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    I may have a similar siren, bolted in the engine wall, I set it off once in a while. very loud.
    I talked to you about it a year ago. My dad had one too....i just gave it to my brother last summer after near 50 yrs of dragging it around.
    because I had two. I will miss your store.

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    Moe Moore of Cycle Garden has restored LAPD Eldorado and Ambassador Guzzis from time to time. Here's one with a friction siren.

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