What do your garage look like??

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pietpetoors
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Re: Show Your Garage

Post by pietpetoors » Sun 10 Jan 2016, 21:00

Thanx Ters, can you Merge the two or should I post in the correct one and we delete this one?
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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by brennan67 » Sun 10 Jan 2016, 21:37

Hmmm, never seen this before so here is mine :

I spend a lot of time working here, looks may be deceiving but I am doing bodywork, some painting and mechanical in my double garage with 3 x carports in front.
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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by brennan67 » Sun 10 Jan 2016, 21:43

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Re: What do your garage look like??

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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by Dragonkarr » Mon 11 Jan 2016, 07:19

Nice garage :D And a sweet bike too :mrgreen:
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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by moparmad » Tue 12 Jan 2016, 06:51

Those are some seriously impressive garages and for some even workshops. I am now embarrassed about what I call my garage! Will get to work on it and update it somewhat before posting.

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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by Mustang Sally » Tue 12 Jan 2016, 12:36

I think sometimes we can be forgiven if the Jealousy Monster jumps on our back! :mrgreen:
Aspirational garage Brennan.
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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by barrydorr » Tue 12 Jan 2016, 18:56

Nice garage Brennan! Lots of work has gone in that garage.
Great idea what you did with the geyser, how to make a n ugly thing look nice!

I just bought a house and Hope to post some nice pictures of my garage here in about a year from now. Still need to go shopping for all those accessories, great collections you have.
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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by brennan67 » Tue 12 Jan 2016, 21:46

Thks Guys,

I did my garage up about 2 years ago maybe a little longer.. But before it was a nightmare to be honest. It was like one of those hoarder tv shows, open the doors and just car sh!t all over you could actually not go in and do any work. When I tried I just got frustrated and had to make the change. So in true style when I do something I tend to go a little too far and ended up where I am at. We do a fair amount of boozing in there was well on friday nights and Sat morning with a headache and all, it becomes my workshop where we do some serious work and drive the neighbours crazy at times. But its now a pleasure to work in there and in the 2years plus I have restored my 67 Coupe and sold it, restored my 63 F250 truck, customised my Harley Softail, restored my vintage coke fridge, restored that wayne 505 petrol pump and started on my 67 GT Fastback.

All this in a short space of time, it shows you when you got the right space the motivation is high to use it and get working. Before my stuff just piled up the garage for over 10 years and nothing happened.

PS - Barry VERY well spotted on the geyser conversion you must be one of the few people who has picked that up without me pointing it out. I often get the comment from people that they like my Shell pump.. :lol:

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Re: What do your garage look like??

Post by barrydorr » Tue 12 Jan 2016, 22:14

brennan67 wrote:
PS - Barry VERY well spotted on the geyser conversion you must be one of the few people who has picked that up without me pointing it out. I often get the comment from people that they like my Shell pump.. :lol:
See... you done such a good job on it that people don't even notice.

It's a true inspiration, I can't wait to start on my man cave in my new house!

How is that rubber tile floor working for you? It seems like an easy clean but is oil not running through were the tiles are linked?
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