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Old 06-30-2006, 09:15 PM
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my mess

[QUOTE=Kevin45]Bob D...to post a pic:

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OK here's my mess, my '41 spent it's 1st year under this(1st pic) when the wind wasn't tearing it apart,I got a few parts off while in here.
Then I got "her" garage cleaned out enough to put the '41 in, & built the extension(galvenized roof,2"x6" rafters,4"x4" posts,OLD PICKET FENCE walls w/blue tarp on the inside) for the Dakota & M/C & lawn mower & etc.
Then bought the Diplomat donor car & it's in the left side of "MY" garage now. So now she doesn't have the garage for yard sales! But because it's about full of stuff I got just enough room for the 2 cars.

And yes all MOPAR here!
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Old 07-01-2006, 03:55 AM
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Advanced design do you think i need more room or cut back on the my toys.
Personally I think you need to cut back on the toys. So being the nice guy I am, I can take the gas pump and 50's style Coke machine and put it in my garage so you can free up some of your space Heck...I'd even store them in my computer room just to help you out
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Old 07-04-2006, 08:45 PM
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Be proud of your garage!

Sorry Kevin but I moved the gas pump out side, and I have the coke machine full of new hot rod parts.I have to find time to prime and paint the frame on the 32 so i can empty the coke machine if it ever stops raining.
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Old 07-04-2006, 09:10 PM
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Old 08-02-2006, 09:32 AM
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I started with just a 10x10 Royal plastic shed to house all my stuff. Obviously not big enough even to use a miter saw in.

Finally after 5yrs, I convinced the warden that I needed a garage. I now have a 23'x15' heated garage, built solely with 2x6's, fully insulated, only a 40Amp feed for now (till I upgrade the house to 200Amp). 6mil Vapor barrier with 5/8"ths fire-code Sheetrock on the ceiling and 1/2" for the walls. As much shelving as I could possibly fit.


The compressor, managed to squeeze in when I purchased all the Sheetrock & insull, this way the wife did not really see the full cost of it.. It is all plumbed in with 3/4" black/galv pipe, 4 drain drops and I eventually would like to put a good dryer at the last connection.
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Old 08-02-2006, 03:48 PM
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Lookin' good!!! It takes time to get good things done.
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Old 08-09-2006, 07:52 PM
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Well I finally got to work in my garage some. My chassis is almost finished. I also found a program to shrink my pics for up loads.
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Old 08-25-2006, 09:51 AM
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New garage to go with the new house

I had this pole barn built a couple of weeks ago the floor is to be poured soon.



Ive been working out of a 20x20 this one is 30x50....I won't know how to act!

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thats a great looking garage, may i ask what brand it is, and did you do the work yourself? mike.
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thats a great looking garage, may i ask what brand it is, and did you do the work yourself? mike.
www.nationalbarn.com

They put it up start to finish in 2 days. I am very satisfied with the building and with the land prep and concrete cost it is still under $14.00 per square foot.

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Old 08-27-2006, 11:09 AM
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I had this pole barn built a couple of weeks ago the floor is to be poured soon.

Ive been working out of a 20x20 this one is 30x50....I won't know how to act!
This looks great!

Post some pics of the floor (during pour and after) if you would.
What does the concrete floor cost in your area?
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Old 08-28-2006, 02:06 PM
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This looks great!

Post some pics of the floor (during pour and after) if you would.
What does the concrete floor cost in your area?
4'' rock and plastic including labor is $4750.00 the concrete itself is $100 per yard
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Old 09-07-2006, 03:31 PM
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New Office and Shop

Hey Guys Here is are some pics of the new space for my company. I draw duct work all day and work on my truck when I can. So I thought I would combine the two. I am going to build an office space in here and leave room for my truck. It will be nice due to my garage being taken over by my daughters. This will allow me to do a frame off rebuild of my 55 Chevy truck. Look at my journal to see where I am now with it. I am going to build my office out to be a "man place". Diamond plate on the walls as a wainscot, cool fighter plane ceiling fan, painted cement floor etc. I will post pics as I do the build out. This weekend I will be building a expanded metal cover to go over the front window in the existing small office and repainting the gray wall with some good paint. I was in a rush and bought some cheap stuff...lessoned learned. I will be installing my compressor here along with 90% of my tools being moved here.

Now if I can talk my wife into that 52" plasma flat screen...ahh it would be for work ofcourse....
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Old 09-07-2006, 06:34 PM
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Could that be part of the cost of entertaing customers.
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Old 09-07-2006, 08:31 PM
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Could that be part of the cost of entertaing customers.
Dave

If that's the case, I'll be trailering my Monte over (with beer in the cooler in the trunk) on race day Sundays....

In a while, Chet.
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