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9/12/2017 3:39 PM  #1

Our new toy store - awesome

Just returned from the new Summit Racing warehouse and showroom off I20 In Arlington and was blown away.  Their official opening is 9/29, but today was the first day they were open to the public.  The place is HUGE.  Displays are really well done.  Cool cars on carousels. Dragsters hanging from the ceiling.  Literally a one stop shopping experience.  I did not need anything but mentally spent easily $15,000 just walking through.  A real must see for the DFW guys.  I20 exit Collins cross over to South access road and follow it East to Summit Racing. 
Best for sure

Classic cars are full of surprises and almost none of them are good ones!

9/12/2017 9:29 PM  #2

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

I'm gonna have to make a trip up there!


9/13/2017 2:06 AM  #3

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

Take any pictures?

'66 Fastback since July 27, 1981. Springtime Yellow, originally a 200 cu in, 4 speed. Also a '92 LX Coupe, 5.0, 5 speed.

9/13/2017 2:16 AM  #4

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

My bride asked me the other day how was it that I could fix just about anything that was wrong with her 66 Mustang convertible, but i had no clue on how to use features on my phone.  I am currently working on some kind of answer for her.  How to take and download pics is in there somewhere.

Classic cars are full of surprises and almost none of them are good ones!
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9/13/2017 6:07 PM  #5

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

I feel your pain.


9/13/2017 6:41 PM  #6

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

It's to close to my house and even closer to my work.......OH BOY!


9/13/2017 8:06 PM  #7

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

Got a flyer in today's mail about big grand opening weekend. Sept 29-Oct 1  
‚ÄčIll be there!


9/15/2017 4:26 AM  #8

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

Downside- now we Texans have to pay sales tax even when ordering from Ohio.


9/18/2017 9:27 PM  #9

Re: Our new toy store - awesome

I switched to Jeg's. Same prices and service. No TX sales tax.

Money you enjoy wasting is NOT wasted money... unless your wife finds out.

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