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post #31 of 39 Old 10-28-2013, 12:10 PM
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Haven't done any work in here yet....just closed last week. I did have the garage floor coated before we moved anything in . Should make for a more pleasant work surface.

Anxious to get things organized!

saw this in your build. looks awesome!


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post #32 of 39 Old 10-28-2013, 12:27 PM
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no to your question. the shop area is a small portion of the entire building. the rest of it is a man cave (bar w/ kitchen and upstairs loft) and a car showroom. there is a lot more space in the shop area than the pictures elude to, although when my dad built it, he probably didnt foresee there being 2 jeeps living in there haha



B ran out of time but wanted to show me this place. Next time I come down, I will make it a point to see this before leaving. I love how in both of your builds, this "shop" just looks like a small space in a storage rental type place... Now the truth comes out.

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B ran out of time but wanted to show me this place. Next time I come down, I will make it a point to see this before leaving. I love how in both of your builds, this "shop" just looks like a small space in a storage rental type place... Now the truth comes out.


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Slightly different than my spot....

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post #35 of 39 Old 10-30-2013, 12:45 AM
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no to your question. the shop area is a small portion of the entire building. the rest of it is a man cave (bar w/ kitchen and upstairs loft) and a car showroom. there is a lot more space in the shop area than the pictures elude to, although when my dad built it, he probably didnt foresee there being 2 jeeps living in there haha
Well atleast its low key, nothing too ostentatious!!

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post #37 of 39 Old 11-03-2013, 07:47 AM
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no to your question. the shop area is a small portion of the entire building. the rest of it is a man cave (bar w/ kitchen and upstairs loft) and a car showroom. there is a lot more space in the shop area than the pictures elude to, although when my dad built it, he probably didnt foresee there being 2 jeeps living in there haha

That is nice!

LOL about the Jeeps. I hear you. My father-in-law has a body shop and a collection of old muscle cars. He's never exactly welcomed my Jeep into the family.


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I was on vacation in marco island florida, im from philly and was on my way to the ft myers airport and saw your jeep at a gas station. I snapped a pic lol. Sexy jeep man
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