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Old 12-22-2008, 10:56 AM
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coming along real nice. Does the dog have a new job sleeping in and protecting the garage.hehehehe lucky dog.
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Epoxy Floor Almost Done

My Wolverine Epoxy job is almost done.
I'll put one more coat of clear on in the Morning.









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Old 12-28-2008, 05:30 PM
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Coming along nicely!

Put me a couch in there and I'd live there!
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Coming along nicely!

Put me a couch in there and I'd live there!

I hate to admit this. That "garage" is cleaner than my house....


In a while, Chet.
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Old 12-28-2008, 05:48 PM
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Wow, that is some nice looking stuff. The whole job is really classy.
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I hate to admit this. That "garage" is cleaner than my house....


In a while, Chet.
Mine too right now. I seem to have some kind of flu from hell... Not to mention been doing some body work on a Toyota, I haven't had time to clean.
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Top notch garage! Are you going to add old gas pumps out front?
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Top notch garage! Are you going to add old gas pumps out front?
Yes.

I really like this one:



I want to get an air meter as well:



I have installed power in the middle of the island for lighting up a gas pump and also installed a pipe connected to my shop compressor.
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Finished the floor and hung the TV

I think the floor came out great!
I am walking on it now but still want to give the clear urethane more cure time before moving anything heavy on it.

I hung the TV today:



If you missed it, I did a documentation of the floor epoxy install located here:
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Next in line:
Workbench top and edging.
Install drawer and door pulls.
Painting the baseboards and doing some paint touch-up.
Installing the sink.
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Edited out-I missed that the thread was a year old! Your garage, if we can call it that, looks great!

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Bought an old gas pump today.

It's a Tokheim 39 model built in 1951.



I will restore it and put a globe on top.

Here is a picture of a restored pump of the same model. This is what I want it to look like:



I am still hunting for an air meter to put on the island as well.
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WOW man i know you here this all the time but that looks amazing
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Old 01-20-2009, 05:40 AM
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Nice score Roger. Good luck on the air meter. Are you going to try and find one with the post light or just the meter? BTW.....you need two rockers and a Coke machine out in front
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Nice score Roger. Good luck on the air meter. Are you going to try and find one with the post light or just the meter? BTW.....you need two rockers and a Coke machine out in front

Which meter do you like better?

These air meters are reproductions and I know that the first one's meter is non-functioning but I am not sure about the second one.



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Old 01-20-2009, 08:41 AM
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I grew up with the style of the first one you posted so I am kind of partial to that style. Although either one is going to look sweet out there. I know where there are 8 of the first style all in one place and every one is in use. Some are in buildings and some are still outside being used. And no...they won't come off of any of them. I tried There was also a gas station that closed up last year that had the first style plus the old style island light. He took the meter but left the island light. And no...he won't come off of that either. I tried When the station was open he had to finally take it down because kids would cranks the handle around until it would break. He finally got tired of rebuilding it.
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