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JOHN MUMMERT CLOSED FOR 1 WEEK

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John Mummert
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Don't panic, we will be closed from March 30th to April 3rd for training on a new machine. This is intensive training that requires 100% concentration, more than that for an old guy like me. We won't be answering the phone, taking orders or shipping orders.
Thanks for your patience. We're hoping that the new machine will speed up machining time for castings and reduce the wait time for the items we make in house.

http://ford-y-block.com 

20 miles east of San Diego, 20 miles north of Mexico


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Must be one of those new fangled machines. Looks like a canned soda dispenser but also serves canned beer. Has a steep learning curve for some.

Y's guys rule!
Looking for McCullouch VS57 brackets and parts. Also looking for 28 Chrysler series 72 parts. And early Hemi parts.

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A 3D printer printing complete Y-Blocks?
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Stuey, I like that, wish I'd thought of it.
Actually it's a cnc porting machine.

http://ford-y-block.com 

20 miles east of San Diego, 20 miles north of Mexico




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