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I'd love to....

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... own a GM Performance dealership.

GM performance cars past and present.

Restoration parts

Performance parts

Quality shop and bodyshop

Might be a cool way for GM to market cars that fit the description.

I'd never leave work...

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GM Lover Heaven, right there.
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... own a GM Performance dealership.

GM performance cars past and present.

Restoration parts

Performance parts

Quality shop and bodyshop

Might be a cool way for GM to market cars that fit the description.

I'd never leave work...

Please, you must shower once in a while ... :P

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Camino, if you owned a GM Performance store, there wouldn't be an unmolested performance exhaust in sight. :P:fryingpan::dizzy:

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I'm not quite sure how to take that!

:lol:

Take it with the tongue in cheek nature that it was intended. I'm finally getting a sense of humor back after a good 9 months of its absence and figured I would express it a bit.

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Take it with the tongue in cheek nature that it was intended. I'm finally getting a sense of humor back after a good 9 months of its absence and figured I would express it a bit.

Well, good!

:cheers:

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You know- it does seem to be a missing hobby component: a sort of speed shop that can order you any part, shipped to the store, buyer can hold/evaluate it in person, then buy or not. Hook up with all the aftermarket/repro vendors.

Add a few bays for work like stated: lesser resto/parts installation & performance, and you could have a happening place.

I was looking thru a thread on another board on vintage speed shops- one of which is still open right near me. Such a cool, hoppin' place, as opposed to -say- any chain autoparts stores with isles of air fresheners & neon wiper blades :rolleyes: - sorry I missed the bulk of that era. BTW- the aforementioned speed shop is really just a shadow of it's former self.

Save a bay for my B-59- I need someone to do a dry-fit of the front clip. :)

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If I had the wherewithal to make it happen, I'd monogram a bay for it, Balthazar!

Maybe I should start looking for investors?

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No money here, but I could do the graphics package (pro bono) and design / build the building for you (that's gonna cost you, tho).

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Commercial real estate prices have gone down the tubes in the last few years, how expensive would it be to pick up an old repair shop, one that has lifts and proper wiring and is up to code? :scratchchin:

You'd be surprised.

Around here, 300k wouldn't buy you an outhouse - even in this economy.

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That could be problematic...

Just get the Jag out of there, nobody is going to leave their car with a guy who is unable to rebuild an English car whose pieces are in half a million Ziploc bags. :neenerneener:

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Just get the Jag out of there, nobody is going to leave their car with a guy who is unable to rebuild an English car whose pieces are in half a million Ziploc bags. :neenerneener:

Especially with the Russian notes attached to the bags!

:lol:

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Also. Local tax's?? WTF!

In addition, some local bodies assess a wage tax on personal income.
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PA real estate prices are ludicrous.

Not even close. People from NJ/NY bargain shop in PA. ;-)

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Not even close. People from NJ/NY bargain shop in PA. ;-)

You have to look at certain zip codes to even make a comparison. PA is big, and the part I live in is insanely expensive - no bargain hunting here.

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Estimated median house/condo value in 2007: $200,290

18332: $200,290

Pennsylvania: $155,00

Try this one:

19312

or

19087

Then talk to me. :AH-HA_wink:

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Estimated median house/condo value in 2007: $492,141

19312: $492,141

Pennsylvania: $155,000

19087: $405,976

Pennsylvania: $155,000

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