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    new guy/shop from Brazil

     



    Hi there, my name is Antonio and Im from Brazil, sorry abut my english for start, I have a car business shop here, that is intended for hot rods, big engines (not usual around here), restoration and customizing in general.
    Hope to contribute and learn with you guys.
    heres the Instagram of the shop: Hot_Garage_Brotherhood

    Best regards
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    Welcome Antonio!

    We like pictures so feel free to post some of what you're working on. As to your English - you'll do just fine.

    Glenn
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    Good luck, you're targeting a niche market. You might find that oil changes, tires, and general maintenance will better pay the bills.

    Welcome to the site, congratulations on starting a business.
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    Welcome Antonio! I wouldn't have any idea about the market for specialty auto work in Brazil, having never visited your country but we'll look forward to seeing and hearing about your projects!
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    Welcome to CHR enjoy your stay
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