Familiar as in a complete wreck? I think it was clean for about 5 minutes until my wife saw it had a roof and decided she wanted her garage back and right then was a good enough time!PerfesserCoffee said:That is one cool "plastic shack"! Those inside pics look familiar!
You've gotten further than I have. I've yet to hook up a/c and ventilation in my garage so that I can start working in it. Getting there!
If you knew how long this has taken (longer than the Galileo!!!) you'd swear I lived in the State of Procrastination (in a little burg called "I'll do it tomorrow"). But the real answer is two-fold: North Carolina and Florida. I grew up in England and college'd in the mountains so I've pretty much seen all the snow I care to see. "Ma, it's gittin' colt, load up the truck and tell Mickey we're on our way..."PerfesserCoffee said:What state do you live in?
Thanks, but I'll warn you that's how I started out (taking half of the garage). In the long-run it's just easier to have my own "place". And yes cleaning out is a pain. True story: I once bought a house I was renting and planning to move out of because I simply didn't (really didn't) want to move all my crap. Which is strange because in college I could fit everthing I owned into a Toyota hatchback (and that included my dorm fridge)!!!capt Locknar said:Hmmmmmmm Now maybe I could do that with my garage now. I got a 2 car (with no doors on it because the vehicles are too long and the garage was built way back when, when the cars were shorter, my trucks are too long) and a half a garage on one side of it with rickety old doors on it. Maybe I can redo that half garage and get some use out of it besides storage. But then again I would have to clean it out first.
Looks good though 4 mad men. Really taking shape.