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i don't have the cars moved in yet, but they will show up as soon as i finish the workbench along the left wall.

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the smilie isn't showing - but that was a hoot!
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I don't have the cars moved in yet, but they will show up as soon as I finish the workbench along the left wall.

Where's the Porsche banners,etc?
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My car at my buddies shop/garage. Besides all the really cool tools and fast VW's he has, I was very impressed with the floor. Its some kind of oil resistant super tough epoxy.



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I did quite a bit of research and eneded up with Polyaspartic Polyureas Resin Floor System. In use for 3 years now with no problems. You can choose any combination of color chips; has a shiny satin type finish that cleans up easy and is very durable, abrasion and impact resistant.







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I moved into a warehouse a couple months ago...toys kept accumulating and the garage wasn't expanding at the same rate. Still need to decorate, but its off to a good start!





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I lost this one in a divorce and the house that was attached to it...along with the Boxster and an Explorer. It was sooooo worth it, trust me...







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after seeing the above two garages, there's no way I'm posting any pics of mine. Too embarrassing . . . .
I feel you there

Will show the Mrs these pics though!!! Should up my allowance a little!
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For other inspiration, be sure to check out: Garages at Night Thread - The Garage Journal Board

Not many Porsche flags, but fun stuff nonetheless.
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how about a garage full of Porsche's
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and a 60's vett, gto,bentley and another Porsch on the other side..
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After looking at this thread, I'm thinking that I must be woefully "undershopped", under equipped, and definitely "undertoyed"!
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After looking at this thread, I'm thinking that I must be woefully "undershopped", under equipped, and definitely "undertoyed"!
Don't feel bad.... this was my old garage (and my '72 T that I sold last spring):



No pics of my current garage, it's so much more ugly than the old one that it broke my camera!
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If it is true that "He who dies with the most toys wins", I am clearly losing. Must make more $...or get kid #2 out of that expensive college....
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If it is true that "He who dies with the most toys wins", I am clearly losing. Must make more $...or get kid #2 out of that expensive college....
For my daughter...... even the "cheap" one. I guess it's good I don't have all those things...I don't seem to have enough time to deal with what I have! But it definitely would be nice to have a lift and a dedicated space for work.....with, maybe instead of Jerome's "Baroque" style frescos on the ceiling, more Porsche themed imagery.....just to tart up the place.
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For my daughter...... even the "cheap" one. I guess it's good I don't have all those things...I don't seem to have enough time to deal with what I have! But it definitely would be nice to have a lift and a dedicated space for work.....with, maybe instead of Jerome's "Baroque" style frescos on the ceiling, more Porsche themed imagery.....just to tart up the place.
2 more years of college, & he is the last kid. Actually, I don't mind at all (I just joke about it). My parents paid for me to go to a private college & I am glad to do the same for my kids. I am very proud of both kids (kid #1 just completed his master's degree).

But I still need more toys...I want a BMW motorcycle...a track-car (944S2)...a TR6...& I need a new daily driver. But they can wait.
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How to fit four cars in a two car garage.

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