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04-27-2005 09:06 PM
bentwings hey incase y'all didn't see this on one of the other forms here...you Alaska guy check this out.

http://www.airquee.co.uk/pub/
04-27-2005 08:57 PM
bentwings Y'all are real hard core..".specially ya guys in Alaska. I thought all of us 60's guys were the last of a breed. dirt floors oh my g ....
Congrats. welcome to the world of real people. LOL I trust everyone is in awe when they get a chance to work in a real heated garage with a ceement floor. LOL One with black and white tiles would probably do your pants
04-22-2005 02:40 PM
tm454
I am about ot reduce my inventory and space very soon....

We are making plans to retire in about 7yrs. I am going to put 5 cars on e-bay and get down to one and then buy a smaller place without the three car, two story garage with two car ports to hide all my stuff in.


Tazz


Rat Rods Rule!
04-15-2005 08:40 AM
78 monte I'm paying $85mo for a 10x30 storage shed in one of those aluminum multi storage unit things,cause I can't have a car w/ no plates at my house cause of the landlord.Two lights and one 110V outlet.Sucks.I remember dropping the new motor in the monte when it was 3deg ouitside.
04-11-2005 08:40 AM
MI2600
Car Parts Breed!

Ancient Chinese Proverb:

"If you have space you will fill it with parts and then look for more space."
04-04-2005 06:20 PM
ChevelleSS_LS6
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Originally Posted by poncho62
My garage only looks half decent, because my basement is full.
im 19 and live at home. i have an old willys jeep grille in the garage I dragged home one day. dad threw it out, i went trash picking, and he finally let me keep it. I also have a hurst shifter, a number of emblems (mostly late model pontiacs), and an old Stewart-Warner tach that goes to 4000 rpm in my room. Not to mention a car battery wired to a cb radio that dad knows nothing about.

I gotta be crazy...
03-30-2005 05:28 PM
laxdw
yeah..

Hey atleast you guys have a garage to work in. I have to try and mouch space off of my parents. Except for the summer when I get access to a full machine shop because of my summer job
03-29-2005 09:10 PM
julmer My garage will look much better when I finish building the storage addition on the back. Now, it always takes at least 3 hours to make room to actually get a car into it, much longer if it is a pickup.
03-29-2005 01:24 PM
poncho62 My garage only looks half decent, because my basement is full.
03-29-2005 01:22 PM
Hippie
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Originally Posted by ChevelleSS_LS6
/ most real garages are full of junk and crowded.
I have two of those, a single car attached you can barely walk through and a 24 X 30 that with some rearranging and luck I will eventually squeeze my project into. I have too much "good stuff" somebody might need someday. Wish they'd hurry up and need it!
03-25-2005 03:46 PM
poncho62
Quote:
Originally Posted by Canadian Charlie
Hey Poncho62, that top box looks just like mine. Is that a Beech box? Bottom box looks like mine too but I got the modern handles on mine (Sears)
i think that the bottom is from CTC.............Top is a Beech...
03-25-2005 03:09 PM
ChevelleSS_LS6
Quote:
Originally Posted by poncho62
Hey....beats a snowbank. At least you get some stuff done. These guys with the big shop that looks like you can eat off the floor, and they probably do, make me sick.

My place..
/\a real, cool, garage. Cool garages (aka "garage mahal" look like no cars ever get fixed in there), and most real garages are full of junk and crowded.
03-21-2005 09:56 PM
CruisingRam We have to wait for the condensation to dissapate off the TV before we turn it on after we turn on the heat. We have an old computer on-line for me to keep up with the e-bay and those guys to play on-line chess. We just have to wait for the condensation to go away before we turn it on LOL

It has been pretty warm up here, hardly ever below zero this winter LOL
03-21-2005 07:33 AM
Canadian Charlie Hey Poncho62, that top box looks just like mine. Is that a Beech box? Bottom box looks like mine too but I got the modern handles on mine (Sears)
03-21-2005 05:21 AM
poncho62 Hey....beats a snowbank. At least you get some stuff done. These guys with the big shop that looks like you can eat off the floor, and they probably do, make me sick.

My place..
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