Looking for nice pictures of garages

Eddy McClements

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My workshop...too many bikes in there at the moment (OK, no-one ever has too many bikes, I mean there's not enough room for a GT40....yet).









Got the basics in place, though - lathe, MIG, compressor, tools, pillar drill, gigabit internet...!
 
But it was too confined so I just finished this on the other side of the building - there is a studio apartment between the two spaces that is a bar area now. Still some work to do. Darts, shuffleboard, seating area, stereo and cars to follow.
 

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But it was too confined so I just finished this on the other side of the building - there is a studio apartment between the two spaces that is a bar area now. Still some work to do. Darts, shuffleboard, seating area, stereo and cars to follow.
Amzing work, lots of space for activities for sure
 

Steven Lobel

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Hope to start building really soon. Had pics uploaded to this thread taken down by Photobucket. 2 car garage. Lots of tools. No TV or frig. :embarassed:





 
Here is my mess
Before I read the name on the post, I knew instantly that a metal Jedi dwelled in that garage! The specific tools and their wear gave it away and told an uncountable amount of stories just in one picture, peace and home.
 

Dr. David

Lifetime Supporter
My new Build Garage. I can't say enough about the quality of these Baldhead Cabinets,...... precision tool drawers, pull-out parts bins, all-metal and powder-coated. I added the stall-mat rubber countertops and back-splashes.....Metal saw-horses are waiting for my next project to arrive from England, and will support the frame as it develops into a rolling chassis during the initial fabrication/assembly.....been there/done that before so I know how well they work.......Yes, that is a urinal back in the corner.....Oregon is known for their excellent microbrews and I try to do my part to support the local economy!
 

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My new Build Garage. I can't say enough about the quality of these Baldhead Cabinets,...... precision tool drawers, pull-out parts bins, all-metal and powder-coated. I added the stall-mat rubber countertops and back-splashes.....Metal saw-horses are waiting for my next project to arrive from England, and will support the frame as it develops into a rolling chassis during the initial fabrication/assembly.....been there/done that before so I know how well they work.......Yes, that is a urinal back in the corner.....Oregon is known for their excellent microbrews and I try to do my part to support the local economy!

it's not a garage, it's a laboratory

it's beautiful
 

Dave Hood

Lifetime Supporter
Size doesn't matter, Cliff. It all comes down to what's in it. And you've taken advantage with two lifts. Very nice.
 
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