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Old 11-13-2018, 08:41 PM   #1
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What about the shops

What about the shops we keep our rigs in mabey contest!
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Old Yesterday, 12:05 AM   #2
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Re: What about the shops

Id lose.. ive got so much crap crammed into a 2 car garage.
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Old Yesterday, 07:55 AM   #3
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Re: What about the shops

This is a good idea. I'd rather just see people show their shops w/o the competition part. Obviously the most expensive shops will win and that's not what it's all about. It's about what rolls out or what gets done out on the gravel or under the tree. I am gathering materials to put up a carport for my '72. I haven't had a shop for a while now.
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Re: What about the shops

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It's about what rolls out or what gets done out on the gravel or under the tree.
My little shop has kept this household plugging along for years. Lots of projects built here. Lots of fun times. Always have a supply of "cardboard creepers" to handle the outside work.
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[QUOTE=yuccales;8384048]My little shop has kept this household plugging along for years. Lots of projects built here. Lots of fun times. Always have a supply of "cardboard creepers" to handle the outside work. [/QUTE]
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My little shop has kept this household plugging along for years. Lots of projects built here. Lots of fun times. Always have a supply of "cardboard creepers" to handle the outside work.
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Members &. Their shops

Nice shop! Didnít mean to say contest. Just a place to go on site to get ideas & such.just because it costs alot of money . That doesnít mean it has a a lot of creativity.i have built some man caves. Have in hard time figure in out how to post pic ..again hats off
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Old Yesterday, 08:56 PM   #8
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I thought in the third pic I seen a shotgun paper towel holder. I think it is just a shotgun behind paper towels with close inspection. However, a shot gun paper towel holder is kind of neat.
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Re: What about the shops

Well my shop doesn't have the walls yet.... or a roof either. Truth be told I think the proper name for it is a driveway. I gotta try the "cardboard creeper" idea Yuccales. The ones with wheels don't have a parking brake for my garage
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