Performance & Hotrod Business - July '15

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July 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 45 The former dealership's showroom, about 20-by-30-feet, is big enough to have a few trophies and magazine covers, as well as a finished car or two on display. it up, then sell it," he says. "I might only make 100 bucks or so, but as a teenage kid, 100 bucks was a lot of money!" After he graduated from high school in 1988, Wargo says he knew he really loved working on cars, so he set his sights on opening a shop. But realizing it would be a journey to get the business up and running on its own, he got a night job at a printing factory and worked on cars during the day. He did that for the next eight years. At first, he worked out of his dad's garage. Then as he was making the rounds through town, he started paying attention to a building that was once a Chrysler deal- ership in Flanagan that had been sitting

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