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Old 12-22-2023, 03:10 AM
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I decided I'm going to live with the floor as-is. I've been continuing to degrease it and it looks a little better. Replaced one of the overhead heaters that had a cracked heat exchanger, moved my lathe and mill where I wanted them, sorted out some electrical stuff and bought a decent blasting cabinet. It's functional enough now - just need a duplicate of every tool I have at home!
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Thanks for the update, Tony. Which car are you going to get started on .......
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Old 12-23-2023, 07:32 PM
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Scored these today - one seems to work. I've always wanted a Sun machine.
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I believe those are very early machines, especially the 404. Pretty sure it is older than my machine. See pic.

Very nice.

Paramount may have the missing parts you need. Can also help convert to solid state, eliminating all the tubes.

AND, they have an adapter so you can check HEI distributors.
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Very cool! Yes, I will be calling them for sure.
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First car related project underway in the machine shop! Swapping out the fuel tank supports and shocks in my son's 98 Jeep. What a rust bucket....

I got the compressed air system leak free (ish) and functional yesterday. Was pretty impressed that the system was 140psi yesterday and still 120psi when I came back the next day (after turning the compressor off).
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