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When walking around the offices of Eastwood there aren't too many people in a bad mood or unhappy with their surroundings. One of the ways we love to keep the spirits up in a normally mundane "cubicle-world" is to hold picnics, town hall gatherings, and even sometimes games. Today our great customer service team held a custom car show for some pinewood model cars they each built and modified. The team was judged on creativity and quality of their build. The entries were all well done, but Ivan and Keith came in with wins for "Most Unique" and "Best Craftsmanship". Don't forget to congratulate all of these folks on a job well done the next time you call in or chat with them on the site!
After another week span, I got a few minutes to work on Pile-House today. I began by measuring, aligning, and clamping the original '50 Dodge cab mounts to the chassis. It looks pretty close to the original holes in the cab. Therefore, all I should have to do is move the holes towards the outer edge of the cab a little more to align with where the cab mount holes currently sit on the brackets.
After I had them clamped in place I used our MIG 175 to lay the first tacks/beads to hold the mounts in place. Once I get the cab to chassis height situated, and the front end mounts welded in, we will be removing the entire cab and front end to begin digging into the suspension, chassis, and running gear. Stay tuned!
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