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1984twodoor

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PostSubject: It's that time of year again!    Sun Sep 28, 2014 10:36 pm

The time for snow!


Doing sweet donuts!


Equipment failures when you need sleep!


And of course, my favorite, winter vehicle storage!


Well, I think we all know where this is going. I am actively seeking a storage garage/warehouse/other form of indoor storage for my Caprice for the winter. Nov./Dec. until April when I can bring it home. So if you all could PLEASE keep your ears open I would love some help finding a suitable safe secure location for the winter.

Of course 24HR access and being able to work on the car would be awesome, but usually isn't an option and I understand that. The main goal is dry storage in a safe secure building NOT a tent!

Things to keep in mind, the car is NOT complete! It can't move under it's own power it has to be pushed around so if the storage facility needs to move it frequently then that probably is not an option. There also can be no drugs growing or being produced inside of the garage, not interested in that again. Also, I am not made of money! I can't afford some places but know what I have to pay, so the climate controlled showcase probably isn't the right fit for me.

If anyone has a place or knows of someone with an extra garage space they would rent and doesn't feel the need to steal parts off of a project car then please let me know! Not at the desperate stage yet, but would rather not get there!

Any input appreciated, yes even thread assing is appreciated, because that is going to happen anyway and will keep us entertained.

TIA!
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PostSubject: Re: It's that time of year again!    Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:14 pm

I'm renting 2 or 3 spots in my garage. 100 a car or 40 per bike. Have one guy with a vette locked in. So 1 or 2 car spaces left. Let me know if you are interested. Brick and mortar building with a big roller door.
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PostSubject: Re: It's that time of year again!    Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:36 pm

CrashMaster wrote:
I'm renting 2 or 3 spots in my garage. 100 a car or 40 per bike. Have one guy with a vette locked in. So 1 or 2 car spaces left. Let me know if you are interested. Brick and mortar building with a big roller door.

Location? I am interested. PM me contact and any other info, it might be worth renting now before I can move it in if you're close by!





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PostSubject: Re: It's that time of year again!    Mon Sep 29, 2014 7:57 pm

Matt, my guy is $80/mo but then you'd be hauling the car back and forth across the state so that might not work for you.
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PostSubject: Re: It's that time of year again!    Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:27 am

I have good storage available, but it's a drive, Walpole, NH.

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