Finally moving into the new shop. its better than I even imagined.



When the AC quits in the garage and we have work to do on the driftvette build, we decide to halfway move into the new shop, and work from there. Boy is it better than expected!

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Tools Used
Milwaukee Bandsaw – With This Stand –
Cheap Plasma Cutter –
Milwauke Tool Die Grinder –
Milwaukee Tool Headlamp –
Small Milwaukee Flood Light –
Milwaukee Tool Underhood Light –
Milwaukee Tool Mid Torque 1/2″ Impact(2861-20)
Milwaukee Tool Stubby 3/8″ Impact (Small Most Used Tool)-
Milwauke Tool 3/8″ Ratchet (Life Changing) –
Milwaukee Tool 1/4″ Ratchet –
Milwaukee Tool Ratchet Wrenches –
M12 Drill/Driver –
M18 Drill/Driver –
Gearwrench 3/8 Socket Set Mid Length (Very Nice Sockets) –
Gearwrench 3/8 Socket Set Deep –
Multiprocess Welder –
Drill Bits –

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24 Comments

  1. Your blade may be dulling abnormally due to the material spinning in the jaws previously. With the addition of the rubber, which is a sick idea, it would be interesting to see how long your next blade goes before RRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  2. U probably got more done on the quick jacks because you didn't have to wait for it to go up or down to do something like you can work on the bottom he can work on the top at the same time so it probably help doing it on the quick jacks

  3. Imagine needing AC to work on your project car, ive done 10 hour jobs in the sun in my driveway to get my commuter back on the road.

  4. Isolated table, welders on the wall and longer whips is definitely the move . Always keep them on the carts though. Killing it homie!!!

  5. We are using a red devil blade on our chop saw at work. One of the not so bright kids in the shop cut a 2×2 solid chunk of steel on it. To my surprise it still cuts like a hot knife through butter after that I am very impressed.

  6. Next time on the Throttle cable, slot it just enough for the cable to slide through, not the entire adjuster. Remove nut on adjuster, slide cable in, re-install nut on adjuster.

  7. I've dealt with screw on throttle cables on motorbikes, they absolutely do come loose. I can't tell you how many times I've had to drive using my hand on the carburetor/ clutch to get home. Loctite is an absolute must on those things and even then the cable can still come loose. Best thing you can do in your situation is solder a little glob on the end just enough for it not to be able to come out of a split type cable lock. Or If you're limited by the application you could probably find a dual screw design. Either way removing that will inevitably ruin your throttle cable every time you tear it apart.

  8. I love the work you do and the cars you create but you should take your own advice and quit your jibber jabber! You talk to much and ruin the videos, I have to mute you during the time lapses and play my own music over them, makes it much more enjoyable. Just my 2 cents

  9. When cutting with your saw make sure that the blade is up to speed before making contact with your material. Also get some cutting grease, it really helps with the blade life.

  10. Lighting in the new shop is so sweet for filming!!!

    Wondering if you have had the moisture content of your cement checked for the coating you plan to use. The 'Daily Driven Exotics' aka DDE guys recently had a bad experience with their flooring coating not adhering due to moisture in the cement. Being in Florida I imagine there is more moisture than in California where they were doing it. They ended up having the floors polished instead because once they had the specs of their cement everyone said it was to moist and their product wouldn't adhere.

  11. just my insight, your Mr. Cool units, on the outside buy the mounts that bolt them to the side of the building to get them off the ground(less cleaning when you arent throwing grass into them everytimie you mow the lawn). and second, did you run a conduit from the house to the garage to run a cat6 cable for internet access?

    garage and the corvette look amazing!

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