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5/4/2020
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With the world being told to stay at home, we find ourselves spending more time in our home garages. Here's a collection of videos that we made to show you around. If we can't hang out together in the shop, we can still check in and share our projects from a distance.

First up is Tim Matthews. Tim is the curator of the Museum of American Speed, and his personal garage his full of neat stuff as well, including a very cool Model A roadster project:

Kevin Webel is one of our Street and Muscle Car Techs, and he has the privilege of working out of the same garage that he learned to wrench in with his dad. It's also home to his big block powered Chevy Sedan:

Here's my humble garage, complete with my never-ending Model A project:

Josh Sullivan is our Muscle Car Product Manager, and his shop houses a clean Firebird as well as a chopped Chevy truck project:

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