View Full Version : Could a bought another gyro
08-06-2004, 07:28 PM
I could have bought another gyro but decided to expand the buisness. Here are some photo of the new equipment coming in. I bought a new Screen Print machine and Dryer. So lets all order some t-shirts!!!! :D
First 2 photos are unloading the truck and moving around back to the shop.
08-06-2004, 07:32 PM
third photo is the shop, had to do some grading to the land so UPS can get back there. Fourth photo is bringing the frist pallet into the shop.
08-06-2004, 07:35 PM
Next photo is my son and myself. He is my new partner.
08-06-2004, 07:38 PM
This is my son, myself and a new customer who came by to see how it was going. He is worth a lot of money to our newly expanded buisness.
08-06-2004, 07:42 PM
The reason for buying more equipment and not a 2 place tandem Air Command. I want to make sure they go to the best schools and have all their hearts desire. My grandchildren, Jasmine and Phillip
08-06-2004, 07:46 PM
I ordered this equipment while at SX Days. So I decided to post a pic or two that no one else did.
Chuck Irby cutting the runway....He was only running that tractor at about 30 MPH! Go Chuck Go!!!!! :D
08-06-2004, 07:49 PM
The Throne Room, :D :eek: :D Scott, your the Man!
08-06-2004, 08:40 PM
Wow. A CLT commode.
When you're on that throne, do they call you, "Your Highness?" :)
08-07-2004, 04:12 AM
That CLT throne worked quite well, too. I am really looking forward to the next SX Days Fly-in. Hurry up Scott and get your rebuild done. You too, Phil. We gotta have you up there with us.
Phil, my friend, you and your son do a really great job with the Tee Shirts, and your prices are better than anyones that I know of. I wish you the best of success with the addition of the new equipment.
Thanks for the photos, Phil.
08-07-2004, 04:14 AM
Cool Phil, looks like you have been busy. Good luck on your business venture. Any progress on the air command?
we need to get together sometime, I Finally got all the crap out of the hangar that the previous owner left, gotta spend some money on fixing up the house and gyro. I am going to be real busy for awhile myself.
08-07-2004, 05:29 AM
Thanks for the compliment on the shirts Chuck. I been printing for a long time, it was a side line thing to have extra cash for all my toys. Now it's gonna be a full time operation.
Scott, I put the plumbing on and that's about it, and I may change that. When SX Day's was over I started re-arranging the shop to fit in the new equipment. Then it came and I spent alot of time putting it together.
The electrician is coming today to hook up the dryer, I could do it but not to void any warrenty it has to be done by a pro so to speak,(type).
I also have an asphalt dude coming over today to price driveway and parking area.
I know this buisness will be a great success, too many things are falling into place really easy. I'm taking it as a good sign. I should have done this years ago but I was counting on me and not the Lord and it scared me to invest that much money.
Times have changed now, I realize with the addition of 2 grandchildern and one more on the way that it is very possible, at age 47, that I may finally be an adult. :D
And yes the adult thing does hurt a little but I'll get over it, it only means I get to play with the big boys with big boy toys! ;)
So with that said, Who Needs Shirts? :rolleyes:
08-07-2004, 07:13 AM
I'll take more! BTW- I hope you don't mind the Kermit jokes. It's all in fun, and no offense meant. I had a great time with you at SX days and look forward to seeing you again soon. Best of luck in your new business.
08-07-2004, 01:30 PM
No John the Kermit thing doesn't bother me, I just consider the source and carry on! :D Notice the grin face, I am joking about the source thing. Your a fine fellow.
Some people have already sent PM's as for how to contact me. You can send me a PM, although I don't get on the forum as much as I like too.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org - I check this all through the day every day.
I don't have a phone in the shop yet but it will come soon.
Thanks for support, Phil
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