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Cristine's Hanger

Cristine gets a new garageshop ,hanger style.



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I miss New Mexico. First time I saw a 964 Turbo was on H44 on my brand-new '93 CBR900RR. No longer have the RR (unfortunately), but now I have a black 964 Turbo! The Turbo driver and I had plenty of real estate to stretch our legs so to speak on the way to San Ysidro.
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and room for the collection to grow! Nice
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Nice. Area 51 south.
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All it needs now is some carpet, drapes, a/c, a flat screen and a kitchen. Then you can move in with her
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That steel building looks good. What are the dimensions, l, w, h? I have toyed with the idea of building something similar about 48' x 24-32' x 12 - 16' high and perhaps burying it for thermal reasons. (Some manufacurers have suggested that.) We have lots of snow and cold in my area in Michigan. My main concerns have been with expansion between the end walls and the curved roof as well as the condensation. Love to here how it works out in reality.

Wider would be great but I am afraid that might be a problem with roof load. Your thoughts?

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These buildings can handle a lot of snow as long as you clear the snow at the base of each outside side wall to allow the snow to slide off the roof. If snow, on the side, blocks this action it will bridge over the roof and potentially overload the structure. For condensation control have a thermal barrier installed with some high quality closed cell spray foam.
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Glass& service door went in yesterday.So now comes the fun part filling it with more stuff & decorating the outside. Oh and working on projects.


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I met a kid on a plane to Albuquerque last week who said he was from Taos. He told me about a guy in Dixon that has a bunch of Porsches and rebuilds them as a hobby. Do you know anyone that fits that description and is he on here?
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Yes, Gary Smith, really a great guy. He has a rare VW cab 1948 vintage, Swiss body car. Outlaw material, he say's.
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Sunset from the hanger last night.
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WOW. Good thing i dont have something like that... throw in a couch, fridge, stereo and all my projects and i'd probably never leave to go to work or anything else. I went snowboarding out there last year. Beautiful country.
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Woke up to this, Cristine's off for the winter.But The Lucky Lady is on duty.

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that 930 is so bad ass, don't change a thing.
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Cristine gets a new garageshop ,hanger style.



Paint the rear qtr flat black and you'll have a litttle mini-me 934. haha
http://cgi.ebay.com/Brand-New-Exoto-1976-Porsche-934-Turbo-Coupe-NIB_W0QQitemZ200275072343QQcmdZViewItemQQptZDiecas t_Vehicles?hash=item200275072343&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1205%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C39%3A1%7C 240%3A1318
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