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Old 03-11-2010, 06:06 PM
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oregon coast machine shop???

Hi everybody Im new to the Oregon coast and looking for recomendations on machine shops. I going to re ring my 73 360 an am interested in having it tanked and dont know the area well or what kind of $ to expect to spend on doing the few things I may need done. any help or direction would be great.

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What part of the Oregon Coast since the Oregon Coast is about 360 miles
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What part of the Oregon Coast since the Oregon Coast is about 360 miles

LOL huh sorry thought I put that In Im in lincoln city

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I'm up the coast from You don't know any one in Your area
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could go to tillamook or newport as well
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The only machine shop that I have first hand knowledge of is Columbia Pacific Machine Works in Astoria, and that was to have make sure I didn't bend a drive shaft that I dropped hammering the brakes to keep from killing the teenager that pulled out in front of my 67 pickup.
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Not on the coast, but worth the drive......Hubbler's machine shop/engines in Cascadia just east of Sweet Home....Old school guys who know their stuff, working in a ancient hole in the wall building, with a yard full of engines and old muscle cars in their salvage yard.....Step back into the 1960's!......You have to see this place, I get all my machine work done by them, they speak ford fluently too!
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