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Old 11-14-2004, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have my shop located in a 2-car garage, with all of the equipment on wheels. With everything rolled away, you can even get a car in! Odd thing to put into a garage :D




Everything has a place along the walls.





Here is the lathe set up for work.





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Walt, what part of the country do you live in? Do you heat the garage? Nice shop!
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His Profile says Florida. Don't know if you really need heat there.
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Too organized. Sick mind. [:D] Clean also! Great looking shop and organization. And room for the car also!! If I could do that I wouldn't have had to build a shop. [:I] Kirk [8D]
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WOW! If I could use my garage for a shop AND park the car, my wife would consider me a genius. Really nice shop Walt.
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<br />Walt, what part of the country do you live in? Do you heat the garage? Nice shop!
We are in Florida, and the shop is at its best from November to April. Beyond that we keep the fans going and wish for air conditioning. (We just replaced the A/C in the house and asked them to put a vent in the garage; turns out it is against code, due to the possibility of exhaust fumes getting back into the house.)

The GOOD thing about using a garage is that you have all that room when the cars are out! We built a 16 foot boat in it a few years ago.

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Very nice shop and very well organized, Walt ! Thanks for posting it.
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My wife got tired of sawdust on her car. She finally said that I needed to build a shop. Just moved in recently and I remind her that it was all her idea to build that 16" x 32" climate controlled shop. I was perfectly happy in my half of the garge! [:D]
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