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Old 08-27-2017, 07:23:18 PM
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I'm proud to introduce Ray Oksuita, dba Ray's Custom Services LLC.
Proud not only because he worked for us at Anderson Machine for a time but he is also Mark's brother (of www.marksmachineshopllc.com) and a friend.
Ray learned well.
He's not afraid of anything, is one of the most capable people I know, does excellent work and has a great love for working on all things old from start to complete finish......and I mean complete from his own classic cars to an antique visible gas pump that would blow your socks off if you saw it.
I'm not sure it's in the shop yet but if it is I'll get a photo of it.
Anyway, the only photo I have at the moment is this almost finished 20-35 Rumely.
I believe they are waiting only for decals.
Also in his shop for repairs are some pretty high grade engines.
The current one under the knife is a Falk.
It is huge thanks to Ray and helper, Kelly, that my 1932 Confederate car got sorted so quickly.......

This is his website and a photo of the Rumely.

www.rayscustom.com

Please visit the sponsor page for your needs FIRST before going elsewhere.
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Welcome to the Smokstak family Ray and thanks for being a sponsor
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Thank you for the welcome aboard. I look forward to getting to know you and the many people with the passion that I have . Collecting and restoring old equipment is a enjoyment when they are brought back to life for me. This all started because of Craig Anderson and the many projects that he has tackled thru the years and I was there when I worked for him. Thanks again and take care Raymond Oksuita
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Craig - a couple hiccups to point out.
The URL of Mark's shop is a bit fumbled and it looks like your old web address (andersonofrosholt) now points to a Yoga blog??
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^ Typo in the url (now corrected).......

I have my site archived on a google drive >>> https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B77...ew?usp=sharing
I have no idea where my old web address leads.
I don't own the domain any more so........

Ray is too kind.........but I know he learned SOME things with us....... .......like don't say "that can't be fixed".......
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I've been slacking for my friend.......
Here are some pics of current projects and his right hand man's new toy........a '24 Model T pickup conversion.......
The Rumely again and a Falk engine.
They must have been great engines because there is plenty wrong with this one.......especially the mixer and associated parts.
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And Kelly's T.......
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That is an early 20-35 Oilpull with the round fenders. Nice.

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Those new fenders were made by STAK member Bob in Mi.
The boys took the old fenders to him as he wanted patterns.
He did a fabulous job!.......
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