Sheryl, you can name a shop by looking at a small section of the ceiling? Must be you have spent alot of time on your back in quite a few shops...............welding and grinding on a creeper I mean. lol
To funny Junior : ) I did not know she could weld? Now the real question: is the ball fully operational? Looks like we need to get some colored lights for them. How would you like to have your racer built under that thing!
as promised a new skunks <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.race-dezert.com/skunkz/stewart/index.html>click here</A>.
Some of you may have guessed it already its Stewarts Racework's shop.
Stewarts Raceworks is located in Santee, CA and does some of the nicest work in the industry. During our visit to the shop we saw enough stuff to drop our jaws.
The disco ball of the ceiling is just a nice touch. Perhaps a reminder to keep quality up and NOT build or work on anything disco.
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The owner is Wayne Lugo, and Craig Stewart will be sharing driving duties with him.. Wayne owned the Stewarts Raceworks f-150 the 200k dream machine. Can you imagine one guy owning that prerunner and now the new Truggy.. Damn, what more could you want in life. Wait until you see this thing in person. Hopefully around Primm if not to race to be on display..
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