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I have a video camera on in the shop at all times if you want to look in. Its 4000sq ft building. You can access it through Yahoo Messenger. My id is feathercarbon. Kinda neat.

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Okay, you guys have inspired me to finish up the downstairs of my garage. I have purchased 250 ft of wiring to first finish up all wiring, including upstairs which presently has no lights or outlets. Next will be insulation in the ceiling and walls, then the ceiling and wall paneling. Then the painting of these panels and a new floor surface. I plan to put the ceiling a semi-flat white, and the walls a light gray color.
I realize this will take me into the spring considering that whenever I have time to work and the weather allows I will have to move the cars out of the way and also considering that I have no heat out there.
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Just prior to starting the teardown of our 68 in November, we had the three layer epoxy layed down on the daily garage and downstairs shop. I love it. Cost me $2.25 per sq. ft and very worth it. The only negetive is that the welding sparks can leave a burn mark in the floor. I have learned the past few weeks to cover the floor and it works fine.
I would also suggest lots of outlets and shop air locations. When we built this house, I had the plumber install pex water line in the walls for the shop air. We have seven locations around the house.

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This is where my wife likes me to be. Out of her hair finishing her car watching the Ravins.
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Heres a few I got one pc of osb on the wall to finish and a few small pieces at the end to do, Just put the ply wood on the benches over the weekend hopefully the next project will be getting the compressor in the corner going and getting the garage plumbed for air.








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Oven is for powdercoating

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The door to the rafters 4' x 6' on a 6ft piano hinges





And some more at
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ps anyone want a tranny theres 4 on that side of the garage.. and 2 on the other = P


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Very nice, Kev. I don't think I ever realized how much our cars look alike.

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Tristan...
You are getting there I wish I had room for both a working garage and a hang-out ... By the spring..this will be a mess getting the 396 in the Camaro

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Thx.. not really my garage its a 40 x 24 pole barn thats partitioned down the middle so each side is rougly 20 x 22 insde from wall to wall one Camaro on each side = P other side has been done for years for insulation, the side im on startign working on the car last winter to cold so got to work.

Even started to reorganize my tool box.. btw you may have a shopping problem at sears, or your on there preferred customer list!

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btw whats that on your tool box? And what size is that buidling? like 14 x 20?
And also alot of my car parts are inside the house in the basement, like my doors decklid have no front sheetmetal tires are down there theres still alot of crap out there but it was better then it was in the beginning of Oct.... there was a path to get in the side door walk around to the middle door to the other side.. now I could almost move the car over and drive another car in


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Very nice, Kev. I don't think I ever realized how much our cars look alike.
Yea...with the same first name what would you expect


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Tristan,

Geesh..you missed the shelfs, compressor, cabinet light, air tank, mini-compressor, battery charger ...etc.
To be honest, as a Craftsman Club member for years, I get flyers with deals and if I need something, I grab it. Most things you see I got for Harbor Frieght or Northern Tool prices....and you can't beat that.

Its a 20x20 garage and its only 6 months old and I already know it should have been bigger. I am in the city and have restrictions so I went with a readsonable size.

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yeah i could have went on.. but the pictures werent up when i was replying... so i had to click the links and i started in the middle so i gave up all together = P


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Better late than never... I was searching for shelving and wall cabinet ideas and found this thread... I am cleaning up my 69 Camaro Shop and well here is my start...


Decided to go with plain jane shelving to match the Camaro...

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Ain't much but it'll do for now. Supposedly its a two car garage but my neighbor with the same garage can hardly fit his HHR on the one side.

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