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Old 10-27-2009, 08:33 PM
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Mark thats a beautiful tree . The garage isn't bad either.
Greg can I move in , I'll abide by the sign and use the side entrance.
I don't have a garage yet but I can show you the new mortgage with the money to build it.
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Old 10-27-2009, 08:40 PM
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My wife threatens to make me sleep out there.... god how I wish she would follow through!!






BTW -- I thought the same thing about Marks tree -- how beautiful! The color is so perfectly even - top to bottom... mine never look like that! But then again... My cars aren't anywhere near his either so....
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Older pic. I dont have the car anymore and floor isnt that clean anymore


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Okay I want to see more pictures - please please please

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Here are a few pictures of the shop that I will be breaking ground on in the spring. It is a 22x48 foot shop with a full second floor studio apartment that will be used for a home office / man cave. I would love for the shop to be larger but what you don't see in the pictures are all the trees in the back yard that the wife will not allow me to cut down. The bump out on the side is for the enclosed staircase. The plan is to put a make shift paint booth and a two post portable lift from MaxJax. The model was done in SketchUp (by Google). It is the easiest 3d program to learn. With a few hours of tutorials from the website, you will have the basics down. I have been using this program for years since I am an architect by trade. Prior to going to school, I worked at a body shop performing frame off restorations on street rods and muscle cars. Once the shop is completed, I will get back to finishing my 68 camaro. Hope you guys enjoy the pics.
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Just finished up 20x30. Just big enough for one project car with plenty of work space.
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Just finished up 20x30. Just big enough for one project car with plenty of work space.
Great looking place. 2 Suggestions. Put something on the cieling and paint everything at least above waist high white. You will be amazed at how much brighter the garage will be. It will make things so much easier to see while you are working. Enjoy the new man cave.
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Great looking place. 2 Suggestions. Put something on the cieling and paint everything at least above waist high white. You will be amazed at how much brighter the garage will be. It will make things so much easier to see while you are working. Enjoy the new man cave.

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You have a lot of cool toys to play with there......^^^^^
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