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  • 15-08-2019, 21:34
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by Taxirod View Post
    Thanks Neil, and thanks for giving me the push i needed to go for it.
    I saw you at Supernats but you were in big convo with a group of people so i didn't interupt.
    we all need a push now and again mate .
    you should've tapped me on the shoulder mate, we could've sucked you into the conversation .
  • 15-08-2019, 15:57
    Taxirod
    Quote Originally Posted by neil.w View Post
    Looks great well worth all the hard graft
    Cheers!
  • 15-08-2019, 15:57
    Taxirod
    Quote Originally Posted by geof View Post
    Looks good, like you, would be great to have more space
    After all the years of struggling it does make a difference!
  • 15-08-2019, 15:56
    Taxirod
    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    that looks very posh ian
    Thanks Neil, and thanks for giving me the push i needed to go for it.
    I saw you at Supernats but you were in big convo with a group of people so i didn't interupt.
  • 10-08-2019, 02:08
    neil.w
    Looks great well worth all the hard graft
  • 08-08-2019, 20:09
    geof
    Looks good, like you, would be great to have more space
  • 03-08-2019, 21:27
    mygasser
    that looks very posh ian
  • 03-08-2019, 17:47
    Taxirod
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Boy View Post
    Love the garage mod, I could do with the same as I already have 5 motorbikes, a lathe, bench and milling machine in mine and to say its a little tight would be an understatement!
    But, hey, if you live in Norfolk you should have loadsaroom!


    Meanwhile, here in overpriced cramped London I think Ive finished




    It has cost me about the equivalent of 18 months rental of a council garage, mostly done on very tight budget, although I splashed out on some nice exterior cladding so that it looks nice from the house.

    Its taken best part of 6 months to do in whatever spare bits of time I could snatch.

    Strangely, I think Ive enjoyed it just as much as building a hotrod! Its all about the satisfaction of accomplishing stuff I guess.

    Anyway, now I can finally turn my attention to sorting out the issues on my truck!
  • 28-07-2019, 18:22
    Dan Boy
    Love the garage mod, I could do with the same as I already have 5 motorbikes, a lathe, bench and milling machine in mine and to say its a little tight would be an understatement!
  • 28-07-2019, 16:03
    Taxirod
    I went for plasterboard to lessen the chance of sparks from grinder welder etc starting any fire with the wood.
    Also its nice to paint it white to brighten things up and help reflect the light from the LED light panels.
    I'm wondering how long its gonna stay looking like that though!
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