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- Rasen Sie Dämon -
Seattle, WA

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TW needs a warm place for the winter...

It's either rip the engine/trans out and have it in the garage while the shells sits under its cover in the weather all winter, or find somewhere to park her for the winter. Anybody have any recommendations on where to look for a reasonably priced storage that allows cars or maybe have room for one more? I promise she doesn't leak (that bad)!

Obviously I would prefer some where in the south end as I'm in Auburn but will drive most any where for a decent price or knowing she'll be safe for the winter.


70' Chevelle 'TW' 383/th350 12.3@103mph

70' Nova 'Hers' 350/th350 14.95@89mph 408 in the works

72' Twister 440/727 Nothing but pieces right now...

64' Falcon four door 'Lil' Blue' 170/3ondatree Cruiser


- Beemer Brett - Redmond, WA

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pm sent.


1966 Chevelle, 1972 K20, 1967 GTO, 1955 210 Coupe, 1969 Chevelle

- Terry -
Port Hardy B.C.

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Up here Chad we have a company called Robins that looks after parking in underground apartment etc. I called them the other day and they offered me a spot in an underground parking lot with security, gated and you get your own fob to get in and out. 50 bucks a month. you might want to try that. Not everyone that lives in an apartment or condo uses their parking spot.

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