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    1. #76
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      Re: (kryptonik)


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      Re: (pirate golf)

      Quote, originally posted by pirate golf »
      It's really not that hard. It just takes a lot of forearm strength and climbing shoes.

      I think it only takes two climbing shoes.

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      Re: (jaredpgh)

      Quote, originally posted by jaredpgh »
      is this in pittsburgh or your old place in cali? i didn't know you had an austin-healey (i think). that's an awesome garage, i love the windows.

      Calif. The car on the left and the garage are still there in Calif. Myself and the Audi are here in PIT enjoying the beautiful weather.
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      Re: (chucchinchilla)

      I'm in the process of designing the layout, storage, lighting, lift, epoxy and everything else for my garage finish as we speak. Ceilings are a hair under 10' and the overall dimensions are 30x22. Here is the current condition:
      The two-bay portion on the right:


      The single bay portion on the left:


      And a view between the two:


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      mine houses my rabbit GTI rather well


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      Re: (audi80Quattro)

      Quote, originally posted by audi80Quattro »
      I think it only takes two climbing shoes.


      Ahhh... the good ol' Car Lounge. I always enjoy an English lesson from a kid who's my own age.
      Also, two shoes wouldn't last very long.

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      Re: (pirate golf)

      all the pics i can find right now that are decent....

      build....

      Ill get other angles latter

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      Re: (kryptonik)

      Quote, originally posted by kryptonik »
      That climbing gym/garage is so awesome. I want to see some tape though! You have no problems set yet

      Yeah, sadly my 5 year old uses it more than I do these days.

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      I can't believe everyone pointed out the climbing wall!
      Did anyone see the gorgeous Noble parked right there?!
      Awesome garage, awesome car. Well done, sir!

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      the climbing wall is to get the tools you put way high up in the room.
      "Hey, can you grab me a breaker bar?"
      "3/8 or 1/2."
      "1/2."
      Sure, hang on. *clapping chalk onto hands..."

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      can't wait till i can have a lift...

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      Re: (EightyNineGLH)

      Check out this doctors garage from an Autopia thread. Totally awesome!





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      Re: (ZoomBoy)

      Quote, originally posted by ZoomBoy »
      Check out this doctors garage from an Autopia thread. Totally awesome!

      That rocks. I'd love to have some really high ceilings to keep more cars.

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      Re: (gotapex)

      There are some nice garages here.

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      Re: (ZoomBoy)

      Quote, originally posted by ZoomBoy »
      Check out this doctors garage from an Autopia thread. Totally awesome!

      (glad my wife is in med school)

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      Re: (jettaivglxvr6)

      this is where i do all my work....
      the boat is 43' long btw



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      Re: (VWDugan)

      ^ ok, more on the boat
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      Re: (autopulse)

      lol it was a customers boat....43' Nor-Tech V-Bottom. 3 Mercury 502's supercharged... somewhere around 2100hp . runs about 110mph on the water.
      we did some paint repairs and then a cut and buff....came out pretty nice





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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics (reelknead1)



      this is all I got

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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics (suzbndt)

      Some impressive stuff in this thread. Mine's a little cramped but it gets the job done.

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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics (sicc83)

      ^^^ Nice little collection ya got going there. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics (VDUBber91)

      Thanks.

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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics

      My overcrowded 2-car shack in action:

      The garage my dad left for my brother and I when he passed last year...currently we're generating about two trash cans per weekend cleaning it out. Major packrat, and nothing is labeled :
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      What kind of ass backwards world do you live in where your Miata is broken and your Alfa is your reliable source of transportation?

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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics (VDUBber91)

      Just to make you guys feel better about your car spending habits, each of those boat engines are Mercury Racing 700SCi's, with a price of about $75k each with drive (props are an extra $5000 EACH), and that orange paint is a $4000 per engine option from Mercury.
      Anyways, back to the garages . . .

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      Re: Garage/Man Cave Pics (Rob)

      Quote, originally posted by Rob »
      Just to make you guys feel better about your car spending habits, each of those boat engines are Mercury Racing 700SCi's, with a price of about $75k each with drive (props are an extra $5000 EACH), and that orange paint is a $4000 per engine option from Mercury.
      Anyways, back to the garages . . .


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