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    My Home Shop

    Pics from about a year ago, I have since added a 2 post lift in the back bay.


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    Great space!!!

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    Thanks!...other details about it. It has in floor heating, and all the dust collection is plumbed underground other than the CNC router table in the corner (after thought)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CastleWorks View Post
    Thanks!...other details about it. It has in floor heating, and all the dust collection is plumbed underground other than the CNC router table in the corner (after thought)
    Fancy!

    What are the details of your Firebird?
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    Here was a post about the Firebird from yesterday

    https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...my-67-Firebird

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    I dig it! What are the specs on your 400? And do you have a website?
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    Thanks!

    The 400 is pretty mild... 0.030 over, 11:1 compression stock RAIII cam. Future plans include an all AL destroked 455 with DCI RASV heads.

    Website is www.CastleWorksMotorsports.com

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    Thanks! I appreciate it.

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    Drooling over the woodworking space ( I’m a ford guy)

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    Thanks...yep I do a little woodworking too. No worries Ford guys are welcome in the shop...all brands welcome

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    Wait... you have a CNC machine in your shop? You ain't right. JK, and just envious

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    LOL... Not just one but two .....CNC mill and CNC router table.


    Quote Originally Posted by minendrews68 View Post
    Wait... you have a CNC machine in your shop? You ain't right. JK, and just envious