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Hot Rods Your 2 car garage....

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by loveoftiki, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. jimcolwell
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    from Amarillo

    20'x20' $5000 in my back yard
     

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  2. Hutch built
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    Hutch built

    Yes, it's a 14 × 54. I bought from our transportation repair shop where I work about 15 years ago, it had "low mileage " and came with a stack of various chucks. Awesome machine!

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  3. C5Corvettefan
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    My set-up, tight at times but works...
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  4. wheeldog57
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  6. chevy57dude
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    The amount of stuff a person owns will expand to fit the space available. Your results will vary. This is dad's 2 car shop.It was a pony barn previously. We went from working outside to a roof and walls in 1984. Thought we were shittin' in tall cotton! Did the frame off on my '57 in this building, welded all the body panels on in here, too. On a wooden floor, no less. Now the T languishes in here and dad comes to my shop to use the lift. IMG_20160630_105110764_HDR.jpg
     
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  8. verde742
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    Garage?
    O YEAH, that's where I keep my stuff, while I seek "other" stuff.:rolleyes:



    Grandpa said: Marry a small girl, they tend to get big, And build a big garage, they tend to get small.:(
     
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  9. CBurne7
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    Here is my "HUGE" Baltimore garage. Garage stalls (multiple cars in one big garage that has individual garage doors) typically lease for ~125/mo. This garage and the church it attaches to are pre-1900. Electricity was an addition to the buildings and they really show their age.

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  10. CBurne7
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    Just to follow up on my own post, I've been thinking of converting the giant iron beam over the threshold of the garage into a engine hoist...
     
  11. flatheadpete
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  13. DDDenny
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    You guys are right on, I ran one for years and really hated the newer lathe they replaced it with. Just seemed like an extension of your hands due to the layout of the controls, I especially liked the clutch, and yes, very well built.
     
  14. flamedabone
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    The world famous yet top secret FlamedAbone Hot Rod Building Institute and Color Application Studio world headquarters located in a two car garage somewhere in the southeastern part of the United States.

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    -Abone.
     
  15. Raiman1959
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    Nothing fancy!....but I got electricity, heat, and a stereo/speaker setup....I spend lot of time in there. 2008-02-18 16.04.35.jpg 2008-02-22 07.34.11.jpg 2008-02-12 11.22.24.jpg
     
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  16. RmK57
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    Pressure checked , install clutch, rest of the pulleys and in it goes......


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  17. BSL409
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    A little tight but has been working for years
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  18. CBurne7
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    CBurne7

    So prestigious.

    Does anyone ever cruise around looking for old junk in garages? I feel lucky living in Baltimore. Lots and lots of old old sheds, barns, and lots to explore. I've found all sorts of stuff tucked away, early mustangs, horse and buggies, even a 2nd owner unrestored '29 Stude tucked away.

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  19. chevy57dude
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    Cburnie - Charm city, West side is weekly for me. Lots of alleys there!
     
  20. A bit OT for this thread and no two car garage! JW
     
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  21. My project, tools, welder, and engine hoist share a 2-car garage with Wifey's minivan, lawn mower, gardening tools, four bicycles, camping gear, Christmas decorations, yada, yada, yada...:rolleyes:

    If you want to build a hot rod, you'll find a way. If not, you'll find an excuse.

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  22. Dino 64
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  23. Merlin
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    Finally got most of my stuff unpacked and somewhat organized
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  24. slim38
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    Screenshot_2016-11-19-14-00-50~2.jpg I was working out of my 24x22 garage, but finally got rolling on my new shop. Cant wait till its done. 26X40 with an extra 25' carport. Screenshot_2016-11-19-14-57-11-1.png View attachment 3381766 1107161707a.jpg
     
  25. CBurne7
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  26. 3340
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  27. P1020509.JPG I wish I was showing a pic of a really nicely set up garage, but this has to do. 24'x24'.
    a winter resting place for the toys & the little lady can park her car in there too, so she doesn't have to scrape windows.
    A little too tight to do any real work. Really cold in the middle of winter!
    I park outside.
     
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  28. IMG_1479763127.657793.jpg love my 2 stall. Home away from home. IMG_1479763197.081453.jpg
     

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