Pictures of your garage

Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by Enzo_Guy, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. Bryankiwi

    Bryankiwi Member

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    ok I get to play
    this is al the front part of the shed it can take two cars that are not DD and a few bikes as well
    and over xmas I painted it and did some airbrushing

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    out the back there is two more rooms one is for tools and the other is for books
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    sorry the photos are not the best of my toy box
     
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2009
  2. Enzo_Guy

    Enzo_Guy Veteran Member

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    Now look at that Ute! I wish they would ship the Holden Ute over here, I would buy one in a heartbeat!
     
  3. jester1

    jester1 Veteran Member

    great minds think alike.
    Exactly what I have parked in mine except my Z's a few years newer.
     
  4. jester1

    jester1 Veteran Member

    Now thats nice!. Whats the dimensions of that beauty?
     
  5. RSA'81Berlinetta

    RSA'81Berlinetta Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    just curious....how come all your buildings are timber? We all have brick houses. Timber houses are a coastal luxuary here. I really like them
     
  6. BTTB71SS

    BTTB71SS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Doug what's the oversize door for...You got an RV or something too your restoring ;)
     
  7. Keizer

    Keizer BANNED

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    36'x48' enclosed with a 2nd story loft and weight room. It has an attached 14'x36' post and roof for my trailer and firewood.
     
  8. Keizer

    Keizer BANNED

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    For future RV......but I doubt I will ever get one.
     
  9. John Wright

    John Wright Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Maybe I can park my camping trailer there, since you don't plan on using it....wait, nevermind...I doubt that I can afford the gas to pull the camper out there. By the time I spent that much on gas, I could put up the 25 x 40 building that I already have.
     
  10. Bryankiwi

    Bryankiwi Member

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    its a shame I had to sell it but with money getting hard to find something had to go and I will not let the Camaro go so bye bye to the ute :whine:
    you can see more of it here http://s153.photobucket.com/albums/s201/bryankiwi/ss ute/
     

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