The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Houston Rodder, Aug 30, 2010.
Here's my 59 rambler and my sons 62c10
69 Z/28 and 40 ford truck. 40 Tudor under construction in back of garage
Highwayman's Roost by SanDiegoHighwayman posted Mar 2, 2014 at 9:17 PM
back a few years
Dad (RIP) with the fleet in the shop. He loved hanging out in there.....
Kind of tight but at least I can work on it in the cold.
You can tell he was a great guy just by seeing his shop. I know you miss him, but what a good memory of him.
Here was mine shortly before I moved in all the junk. Would have been nice to keep it this clean...
New shop filling up fast... by guthriesmith posted Jul 10, 2012 at 12:59 PM
Packed pretty tight this winter.
My 2 car garage is packed full of stuff!
I had a couple of them out, so here's a picture in front of the garage.
LOVE THAT PANEL
It's lovely seeing all the fantastic and spacious garages that some people are lucky enough to own and work in, bear this in mind that a Standard British single or lock up garage is internally around 16 or 17 feet long and about 8 foot wide with a door opening of just under 7 foot wide and around 6 foot of clearance under the door.
Yep my bad
Here is mine..
Here is my garage hiding my 33 3window chev and 34 chev pu
32 pheaton+32 4 door sedan
If you are in the old part of a US city, the same is true. The US is a growing country, and we're building new houses on large lots all the time, and most of us figured out that we need to be in a location with a reasonable plot size if we want to have a hobby like this. I live on four acres...plenty of room to build as many big buildings as I want (or can afford).
I'm thankful my ancestors got kicked out of Scotland hundreds of years ago
I have a garage that's 24' wide and 25' deep and still not enough room. Maybe it's the ton of machine shop equipment that takes up almost 1/2 of it... I'm very tempted to go out the back by 15' or more and make that my machine shop.
I am in the same boat. I live on 7 acres where my wife can enjoy having animals and I have room to park a few old cars. After growing up in town and now living on a little land and having a shop, I am not sure I could easily go back.
I think all these working garages are Bitchin The rest of the show palaces are just that. I love seeing the working man's garage
Yes, it is.
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