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  • Eastwood Retail Outlet Grand Reopening!

    This winter we've been busy here at the Eastwood headquarters. We've been remodeling and giving ourselves a makeover. We've hinted at our new photo/video studio, workshop, and hopefully you've already seen the new Eastwood Website. We also wanted to give our retail outlet a fresh new look for anyone that stopped by to pick up anything they need to improve their ride. We've redone the floor, changed the layout, and have close to 10 times the amount of product on display in the store! We wanted to celebrate our fresh new look with a Grand Re-opening Event April 19-28th. We know everyone is busy so we decided to make the event over a week long! We'll be having killer in-store sales on some of our favorite products, a welding tech demo Saturday April 20 from 12PM-1PM, a painting tech demo Sunday April 21 12PM-1PM, AND a FREE GIFT for anyone that cruises in during the event in their collector or special interest car, truck, or motorcycle!

    Check out our flyer below and make sure you stop by and check out our new look and meet some of the gearheads behind the counter at the Eastwood Retail Outlet. We'll be waiting to see what you cruise in with!

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  • Eastwood Dad Jim N.- What we want for Fathers Day!

    Fathers Day is fast approaching and we have loads of great Fathers Day Sale Items ready for you to wow your dad with. We made up a quick questionnaire for a few of our Eastwood Dads about the celebration that is Dad!

    Meet Jim N. he is one of our customer service team leads and a long time motorhead!

    1. Tell us about your pride and joy(s) (your kids of course!)-

    I have a 10 year old Daughter (Adriana) and 3 year old Son (Tristan)

    2. What would you prefer for Fathers Day, a new pair of socks, a tie, or tools and why?

    Tools!..I have over $10,000 in tools and want more! Although, I really could use a set of quality Eastwood Tin Snips!

    3. Did you get your love for cool vehicles with engines from your dad? Any fond memories of your dad and you working together?

    My dad was a Nuclear Engineer specializing in diesel generators as backup power to nuclear reactors. I was able to go with him a few times when they were rebuilding the generators and actually stand in one of the piston cylinders, yes they were that big. I knew then I wanted to be a mechanic and went to college to learn the trade.

    4. If you could hand down any tools from your collection down to your kids, which would they find the most useful?

    Probably my wrenches and socket sets, But my son is fascinated with my A/C sniffer

    5. What tool do you reach for the most when working around the garage or house

    My flashlight…seems the older I get the worse I see!

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