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Lets see whats in your garrage!!!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jawdrpn36, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. ChryslerRodder
    Joined: Nov 9, 2008
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    In progress(slowly!):D
     

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  2. Just Jones
    Joined: Jan 11, 2005
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    "in progress" stuff. At least one runs at any given point in time . . .
     

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  3. shonky
    Joined: Aug 29, 2009
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    from Norfolk UK

    Nothing too exiting :( , more of a shed , now with new front end .
     

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  4. daddylama
    Joined: Feb 20, 2002
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    less what's *in* the garage, more what's piling up *outside* the garage...

    growing collection of '30 - '31 A stuff...

    couple banger motors...

    '67 sporty (11:1, mag, kick likes to throw ya over the bars)...

    lathe, press and some other bigger stuff resides in the basement...

    have bins of A stuff under the deck, in the basement, on the roof of the garage. boxes of harley shit everywhere, too.

    in the middle of the 2nd year of remodeling/restoring our ~100 year old house, landscaping (again), three kids and a full time job. doesn't leave a lot of time for garage stuff, but i make it count and enjoy being in there, as does my 4 year old.
     

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  5. RamblerClassic
    Joined: Dec 5, 2009
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    I smell clone.
    *LITTLE KNOWN FACT*: There are more "Authentic" Shelby Mustangs currently driving, then there were ever made.
     
  6. Redneckrodshop
    Joined: Oct 30, 2009
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    Here's a pic of my two T-buckets. The blue one was built from scratch, using CCR blueprints, the red one is from Total Performance parts.
    The other pic is of some friends cars that stopped by to check my progress.


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  7. Buddy Palumbo
    Joined: Mar 30, 2008
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    Some of you guys have some awesome garages !
    I don't have any pics of mine , but it houses my old Volvo (my avatar) , my motorbike , my workbench , some tools & a buncha house-related junk :( .
     
  8. bikeguydave
    Joined: Aug 16, 2009
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    from Kentucky

    Nice place you've got Kiwi Kev, did you get a special on "Petty Blue" ?
     
  9. speedmetal
    Joined: Feb 2, 2006
    Posts: 98

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    from houston

    some pretty cool projects going on in here
     
  10. 30modelacoupe
    Joined: Nov 1, 2006
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    This is my garage. The '64 Fairlane is my son's. It's been a long time project for the both of us. We finished it in the spring of '09, it has since had the hood painted to match the rest of the car. The '30 "A" coupe is mine all steel, it was first built in the '60's. The '55 Ford Customline is mine, it's a Gasser project in waiting.
     

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  11. THE-SYNDICATE
    Joined: May 13, 2003
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    Here's a pic of the front of my new shop.

    Dad and I built this a few years back and really tried to make it look old while doing it. We used Antiqued Corrugated metal siding and some other little goodies to give it the right patina.... I built these doors myself and hung them with these old Railroad BoxCar style hinges. It has Galvy 6" half round gutters and a really dark comp roof to look like an old tar roof. I also scored the bitchen old gas pump thru a friend. I thought it would go well witht he green on the doors. The idea was to have this old "machine shop / car shop" at the end of the driveway.... We also made the house look old as well so the whole package looks bitchen. Pics of the inside to follow.

    Cheers,

    Robert M.
     

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  12. THE-SYNDICATE
    Joined: May 13, 2003
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    Now some shit from the inside.....

    So yeah... There is only a picture of the roadster body but I haven't brought the chassis back home yet from the storage unit. Shortly.... I have things to do to it so I need it home. But there is some other weird shit in my Man Cave that is fun to look at. My main buz is building Live Steam locomotives... Yeah I'm young for his hobby but thats all good... I have been involved since day one and it has really taken hold in my life. You will se a few round the shop in these pics! The chassis will be home soon and then I can get after what I've been needing to work on for quite some time! Oh yeah... That's the front half of my old Top Fuel car hanging from the ceiling. 1968 Shoemaker Car. It will hang in my shop for ever....

    Enjoy,

    Robert M.
     

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  13. THE-SYNDICATE
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    Here's a few more...

    Right now its a shit hole but once I get the new Mill rebuilt and exchanged with the unit in the corner the whole thing will straighten up and look super clean. I can't believe how much I can get done in this shop.... I don't need to move anything to use anything. that was the goal. Shit can get cranked out in short order here.

    Cheers,

    Robert M.
     

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  14. THE-SYNDICATE
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    The last big thing to come out of this shop... Yes it's non car related but..... It still looks bitchen!

    Cheers,

    Robert M.
     

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  15. 39delux
    Joined: Nov 1, 2002
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    My '69 stepside, '59 Vette and my wife's '81 Vette she bought new.

    Tom
     

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  16. bikeguydave.......Petty blue soothes my soul, besides....who would steal baby blue machinery:confused:
     
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  17. 46Chief
    Joined: Jan 2, 2008
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    not U.S. citizens, but still fun
     

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  18. i am still lining my garage and doing various renovations to it, got the floor painted, so my projects are outside at the moment, heres a few pics of them.
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    28 Dodge tourer, currently under tha back veranda.
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    28 Dodge C cab 1/2 ton truck. currently in the driveway with a tarp over her.
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    1974 HQ Holden, currently in a shed at a mates place up on blocks.
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    1 1/2 ton 28 Dodge truck, currently in front of the shed.

    My problem is my garage is only 5 1/2 by 9 meters long, they wont all fit.
     
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  20. moter
    Joined: Jul 9, 2008
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    Robert,

    That is awesome!!
     
  21. OHEKK
    Joined: Jan 2, 2010
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    33 American Austin - 351W
    34 Ford roadster - 392 HEMI
    39 Ford coupe - 350 SBC
    51 chopped Merc - 4.6L Lincoln
    56 Ford Crown Vic - 312
    56 Ford Victoria - 292
    57 BMW Isetta -
    70 Mustang fastback 351 W
    82 Datsun 280ZX ( sorry...it's my wife's )
    96 Excalibur Cobra#1 - 351C
    96 Excalibur Cobra #2 ( components only)
     

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  22. rokcrln
    Joined: Jan 22, 2009
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    Right now not a lot because I am trying to clean up and make room for my new to me old Whitney Jensen combo box pan brake and an old Wysong 16ga stomp shear. Then the new roof has to go on as well. But here it is in it's current glory and my son's 51 F1.

    Kevin
    LFD Inc.
     

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  23. THE-SYNDICATE
    Joined: May 13, 2003
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    Moter!

    Thanks man.... It was a super cool project.... It took me about 5.5 years and lots of head scratching to get it all worked out.... It ran like the wind and is now in some other dudes garage in Huntington Beach.

    Cheers,

    Robert M.

    Here's a video of us making time up in Oregon.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/robertandmaxwell#p/u/5/sHGTw2GCUx8

    Enjoy!!!

    Robert M.
     
  24. THE-SYNDICATE
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  25. Sirweesarunch
    Joined: Nov 7, 2009
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    23 Buick . i bought it cuz i liked it ... and i rescued it in a way .. IT was on its way to spain and i wanted it to stay here in USA
     

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  26. jawdrpn36
    Joined: Apr 17, 2006
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    from bay area

    Wow any more pics of the buick?
     
  27. Mr. Jean
    Joined: Dec 13, 2007
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    How did I miss this old thread? Lots of good stuff in it.:cool:

    Here's some of my stuff/rides. :D

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    Kind of a Ketchup and Mustard thing going on here.:rolleyes:

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  28. imnezrider
    Joined: Apr 27, 2010
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    All for now.....
     

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  29. PhatCaddy
    Joined: May 31, 2005
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    Here is a shot from a couple months ago. The '67 is gone and the LaSalle is in Stage I of bodywork.

    B
     

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  30. choptop4
    Joined: Feb 3, 2007
    Posts: 662

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    Just getting started on this,got it in 72.
     

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