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I remember putting that wall up and benches up.  Man my garage used to be clean.  In theory the garage on the other side of the wall was just for my wife.  Nice theory...

 

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For a while projects kind of spilled out of the garage....  That toddler is 8 now.

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On 12/12/2016 at 1:59 PM, Otis said:

Thank goodness you guys have a sense of humor.  For a moment there, Eileen and I were worried that we killed the thread.

 

We promise to behave ourselves from now on.  Well ... maybe not.  But we'll try.

no worries Otis and kudos on your reply it made me laugh

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Here is mine... in really sad shape... believe it or not there is a 750cc motorcycle in there too...somewhere... i hope to find it next summer :)

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17 hours ago, jgerock said:

My parents' house in the 80's

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My parents' house in the early 90's.. Look closely at the boom box inside.

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My place since 2000 

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Jgerock, you kept the Beetle, the boombox and the house, but not the first gen Civic or the Accord?

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7 hours ago, g_force said:

 

 

Jgerock, you kept the Beetle, the boombox and the house, but not the first gen Civic or the Accord?

Josh,

The 75 Civic was my dads car. I was about 16 at the time. The white 66 Beetle was resprayed blue and sold- replaced by a yellow 75 Beetle.  The 88 Accord was replaced by a 92 Accord, which was traded in on a 2000 Accord Coupe. That car was sold to CarMax, replaced by my 2011 Pilot.  The Red 71 Beetle was sold in 2012- my 69 2002 replaced it.  Not pictured was my 81 Civic 4 door that I drove thru the end of college.  Different houses (and cities) in the pictures.

 

jim 

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Sure wish I had room for one more...and a couple more motorcycles.

 

COOP

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Poly-tarp carports work for me.  Plywood on the dirt = UPgrade.  This was 'summer mode', before most of those tools were rolled back into the shop.

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I added eighteen inch extensions to the legs, for a less claustrophobic feel and gutters, because it rains a bit here.

 

The tRusty Subaru snow-car is back in service these days, since they are out salting the roads.  

This particular shed layout is not so good in the snOw though. :unsure:

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I wish it looked like this more often!

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That was a fun day.

( I should probably add that only the green car belongs to me.  The pretty '71s were just visiting : ) 

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I couldn't agree more Coop, but be prepared! you know when you call a child out for acting up it only makes him act out more.

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I have a single as i live inner city and wasn't prepared to raze 100 year old trees to make space. That being said I love my single. I rent a storage building close by where I store my cars and move 1 at a time into the workshop. I have since related the vertical compressor to a separate shed and piped air to the building for more space. 

 

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