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CA - Redwood City - Jim's Machine

Post #1 by oldforddice » Sun Jul 19, 2009 9:53 am

I use and recommend Jim's machine shop in Redwood City, CA. Phil works on the old school stuff, while Toby reworks the aluminum rice rocket junk..Good work, low over head and honest prices... 650.366.9394 M-F...
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Re: CA - Redwood City - Jim's Machine

Post #2 by jahearne » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:25 pm

Unfortunately, he doesn't have a torque plate for the small block six cylinders like my 250. He's says there's not much call for them, but he gave me another shop to try.

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