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post #1 of 85 (permalink) Old 01-08-2004, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Okay MAC-Daddies (and MAC-Mommies), here's the plan.

We want everyone in the MAC area (that's the Mid-Atlantic Chapter area) that is looking for help on a project or is looking to help somebody else on a project to post here.

[color:"blue"]FOR THOSE WITH PROJECTS:[/color]
Please post the PROJECT TYPE (replacing an engine, digging a ditch, etc.), the PROJECT DATE AND TIME you expect it to occur, and the PROJECT LOCATION (and I don't mean your backyard, I mean city and state).

[color:"blue"]FOR THOSE WITH NO PROJECTS:[/color]
Anybody available to help on a project should post WHEN you can help on a project, the DISTANCE you can travel for the project, and any EXPERIENCE you may have on that type of project. If you see a project you can work on, PM that individual for their phone, address, directions, etc. Please try to keep your personal information personal.

Remember, the MAC covers DE, MD, PA, WV, VA, and NJ, but feel free to volunteer for projects and post your projects to everyone on VMF.

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post #2 of 85 (permalink) Old 01-28-2004, 09:22 PM
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Hood is painted........... Whos next

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I think it's Rob with a frame rail replacement. Here's the original post. Sometime in February. Hopefully on a Saturday.
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Probably towards the end of the month. Will let everyone know when



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I have a front frame rail section in Frederick, MD for starters. I think I can handle most of the other stuff. Willing to help others with their projects as well.
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post #6 of 85 (permalink) Old 02-09-2004, 07:12 AM
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Guys,

I am going to have to delay the frame rail for a while. My daugter had to go to the hospital last week, nothing to major and she is fine now. But unfortunately thanks to crappy insurance with huge deductible, I do not have the funds right now to get the rest of what I need to do the install. I will let everyone know when I am going to be able to do it. Probably sometime after the tax return comes in.



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What are you missing for the install?

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Hope everything's okay. Keep us posted on the new date for the project.

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post #9 of 85 (permalink) Old 02-09-2004, 12:55 PM
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Mainly export brace and monte carlo bar to help hold everything in place prior to removing the frame rail. Not to mention beer and pizza money to "pay" all of the MAC workers



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302, Edelbrock Torker Intake, Crane Energizer 260-H10 cam, forged aluminum pistons, Holley 4160 4 barrell, C4, 9" 4.11 rear. (well, once I get it all put back together)
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You really don't need a monte carlo bar and export brace to do the job. it can be held together with other makeshift things just as well. just put them on before it gets completed. And I don't drink, so we only have to worry about the Pizza! ::

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post #11 of 85 (permalink) Old 02-10-2004, 01:16 PM
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Well the good news is that I have some side work (Network and woodworking) that is going to give me the cash that I need . The bad news is that I am going to be tied up the next several weekends getting it done.



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I'd love to help out. Unfortunately my wife works every other weekend and the tween ones usually get absorbed into family functions etc. But I'll keep my eyes open for a date and location that works out and do what I can.

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post #13 of 85 (permalink) Old 02-18-2004, 09:30 PM
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O.K., when is the next project? I now have a little free time so lets get on it. My cars interior is ripped apart and I am taking the seatbacks out to the upolstery man this weekend. Nothin but the pinion seal, a reverse switch and cutting the coiils left to do.

Besides, with my new project coming (see post in main section) I am sure I'll be begging for help in the not too distant future.

So..........who needs help?

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I don't know, I heard about alot of projects but they seem to be on hold. I think they are all going to hit us at the same time. Just hope we can get them all done in time for summer.

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How about people come to my house and help me swap motor mounts and install new header gaskets on DT

I need motivation to get it done by March 13th

Nick
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