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22 Sep 2015 22:16 - 22 Sep 2015 22:19 #1476 by Qball
Qball replied the topic: Re:Post Your Garage / Shop Pics
Jennie's side got some attention, tonight. Mostly an attempt to de-clutter. My next phase is to build some cabinets and hide a lot of this stuff.

The garbage can is over flowing and garbage day isn't until Friday! Ugh!!
Oh, and this is the after shot!

-Mike
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22 Sep 2015 22:23 #1477 by oestek
oestek replied the topic: Re:Post Your Garage / Shop Pics
Holy cats, that looks great! Man, you're putting in the time on this job. Inspiring!

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22 Sep 2015 22:40 #1478 by Qball
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oestek wrote: Holy cats, that looks great! Man, you're putting in the time on this job. Inspiring!


Thanks, man. I've allowed it to be a pig sty way too long. I really like the direction things are heading.

-Mike

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27 Sep 2015 18:49 #1529 by z282nv
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Looking much better Mike, bet you found a few things you forgot you had!

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28 Sep 2015 07:59 #1533 by Qball
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z282nv wrote: Looking much better Mike, bet you found a few things you forgot you had!


Ha! That's affirmative!

-Mike

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16 Mar 2016 17:39 #2393 by JonJeffS
JonJeffS replied the topic: Post Your Garage / Shop Pics
OK, So I have been a bit hesitant to share any photos... when we bought our home it didn't have a garage, so I had the opportunity any man dreams of to design my own space. It's been over a 2 1/2 year process just to get to where I am am now, and I am still a bit embarrassed about my mess. But, well over a year ago I embarked on a project to fabricate my cabinets. I designed a metal framework that I will add wood panels, shelves and doors. It was my goal to practice and improve my welding skills. I am proud to state that I have completed all of the metal fabrication. My cabinets will have an 18' deep upper shelf for storing parts and bins. Now I have to decide if I should powder coat or paint...



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