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    Washington members, The member directory is to help find members in your area and if you are in a pinch while traveling to find some help near by. Place your information in the state you live. Add any details that may help fellow members while traveling i.e. tools to use, space to crash (tent space), friendly place to stop by and say hi. Phone number optional, members can always contact you via PM.
    Current Builds:

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...-s-66-mustang/

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...68-GMC-Pickup/

    Dan the Man
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    Dan, Spokane, Washington.

    If you run into a pickle I have a large driveway and tools.

    PM me through the site with your phone number and I will get back to you.
    Current Builds:

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...-s-66-mustang/

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...68-GMC-Pickup/

    Dan the Man
    Admin

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    • #3
      Rick, North Side of Spokane Washington (near Crestline and Francis)

      I have a yard for a day or 2 of tent camping, a driveway for a day or 2 of RV camping, a (disorganized) shop with welder and tools for ???

      I also have a kitchen table and coffee pot and like to bench race the rat rods. 509-994-4126
      Last edited by ampaholic; 01-15-2015, 01:54 PM.

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      • #4
        Drew - Chico which is between Bremerton and Silverdale on the Olympic Peninsula. Fully operational speed shop (MIG, TIG, lathe, mill, press, sheet metal) open and enclosed trailer (if you need to be hauled) room to camp for a day and a kegerator. Best to text 3605099830.

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        • #5
          Lon. I'm in Walla Walla WA. It's in the South East corner of the state. Have fabrication and machine shop facilities. go.high.speed@hotmail.com. 509-five 20-one 0 four 1. If you are broke down or just want to stop by.

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          • #6
            Kyle - Camano Island, great place for a cruise. Small garage with a 50 GMC PU. Firefighter, mountain climber, wrench head, beer drinker and lover of all old school. Always happy to help and usually knows someone with what you might need. kyle@gearandbeer.com

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            • #7
              Brian, yakima wa. Smack dab in the middle of or state. I have basic fab tools, welder, torch, grinder etc. Small back yard if tent space is needed. Also have truck and trailer if need a tow. 509-489-8787 call or text, glad to help if needed.
              Clutter is the evidence of life!

              https://www.minterfab.com/

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              • #8
                This is Gary a.k.a. Crusty One. I live in Issaquah, right off Interstate 90 Exit 17. I live and work from my place, self employed Trailer Mechanic. I also build these 41-46 Chevy trucks using Isuzu frames underneath. If you are ever in Issaquah give me a ring. 206-999-2320

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                • #9
                  Paul, I'm located in the north east corner of the state. Have a well equipped 2 bay shop, and a truck and trailer if you need a tow. Have a very large back yard if tent space is need for a day or two. PM me through the site with you number I will respond.

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                  • #10
                    Hi, I'm Adriano. I'm in Seattle. Ballard, to be more precise. Don't have much in the way of tools or skills, and I live in a tiny apartment. But if you wanna know where the best pizza joint is feel free to ask. Then buy me a slice :)

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                    • #11
                      Jesse, Grand Mound Between Tumwater and Centralia. I've got shop space, tent/trailer space, basic fab tools, and car trailer. CrustyCrawler@yahoo.com or (3six0) 8seven0-six43six

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                      • #12
                        Wenatchee Washington here.. North Central Wa. I have a 59 chevy apache fleetside on airbags. I am a self-taught gearhead and I try and do as much as I can myself. I am a Financial Advisor by trade so I have no special skillset or cool tools.

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                        • #13
                          West Seattle (actually Rat City). I have basic hand tools. My plan is to expand my toolset once I am working again. I am a mechanical engineer by training and I've so far done a lot of work on my Subaru. In a few years, I plan on starting on a rat; it's in the planning stages right now.

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