Post your Shop/ Garage area

Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by mikey_350, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. mikey_350

    mikey_350 Veteran Member

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    yeahh only trouble is my father likes to sneak stuff in and crowd it up on me all the time, thats the cleanest, and less crowded the shop has been since we built it i bet, usually full of machines or vehicles.


    You guys all got reaallly nice looking shops, im impressed, very clean, well built! and pretty jealous of the cars;)
     
  2. Dangerous Drew

    Dangerous Drew Veteran Member

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    Shop when we bought the house. Big and empty (30x30 with a 20x30 shed)

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    And now (a very recent photo, showing my 2 'project' cars), it's a tiny shop packed to the gills with crap. I need a roll-off dumpster, I tell ya. :screwup:

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  3. Kirk

    Kirk Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I posted pics of mine earlier this year, but here it is again. After several years of making do with a temporary garage (that white covered structure to the left of the garage), I finally bit the bullet. 24'x22' with 12' ceilings to eventually accomodate a lift. Natural gas forced air heating. Almost finished painting the interior.

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    I am so jealous. I can only dream of having a garage to work in much less a Camaro :(
     
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    Mr.SS Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Keep dreaming and you will. Everyone here started with the same amount of stuff at one time. ;) I worked 12-16 hour days for almost twenty years so I could have some toys to play with. I am fortunate that for the last couple of years I have been able to work a little less and enjoy life some more. You'll get there. :cool:
     
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    I am really impressed with the shop that are being posted here.:bowtie:
     
  7. jchaussee

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    Back from the dead. Let's see some new setups.
     
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    Slightly over-sized 2-car (a little deeper) with 20' height:

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  9. ATM

    ATM Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    OK, here is mine, nothing very professional, but plenty of room to work in and I love it. Pretty sure it is 28 wide by 26 deep, 9' ceilings.

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    This place has taken a beating. Sandblasting booth.

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    While I would love more room, this works out fine.
     
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    Wow, you guys have an actual garage. this is what i have to work out of for the time being. This is where it will be put to sleep for the winter.
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    The building at the back left side is a 10x15 shed where all my tools and work benches are. I built that for my bikes which i no longer have
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    I will have a garage when we build a new house...when ever that happens...

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