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    Show your Garage

    I'm in the process of building a new home and am interested in what tricks members have added to their garages.

    Any great cabinet, flooring, lighting or lift system idea would be appreciated.
    RSRacer

    2000 996
    1993 RS America (Track)
    1973 RS Lightweight

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    My number one like is my heated floor...silent, warm and easy.
    Michael
    '56 T-1 356 bent window coupe...
    68 911L Burgandy Red R Gruppe #388
    72 911S Coupe, Sepia Brown

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Corvallis, OR
    Posts
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    Make it tall enough for a lift. Nothing better than a lift. Unless you never wrench on your car. The next garage I build will have one for sure.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    too embarased,

    it's a pig sty... But I do have Kiwi tile on the floor... That's the ONLY cool thing about it..
    Bob Petitt
    1967 911S Coupe 307653S, my barn find - 55,000 miles Looking for engine #961269 and trans 901/02 #104337
    1971 911T Coupe 9111120264, my first 911 back in my garage
    1972 BMW 2002, my first car - 350,000 miles and counting
    1972 911T Coupe 9112100970, Sporto, parted it out..
    1983 BMW 320i, my everyday car - 138,000 miles and gutless
    2005 Subaru Outback, the daily driver - boring
    2006 Volvo XC90,

    Registry Membership #202

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    Help

    check out this: www.completegarage.com Found one in Phoenix and plan to use some of their ideas in the one I am building. I am plumbing for water and making sure I have enough lighting and electrical outlets.Tom
    Member:S Registry #864

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    garage journal

    you might have seen this already, but if not, there are more ideas than you can throw a book at
    http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=7
    Karl_O'Donoghue RG: 421 E911SR: 792 GS: 5

    '72T Coupe - Sepia Brown #415 Options:M400/404/449/470/568

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    I have an irrational love for my 36-year-old 911 -- and also an irrational fondness for my 83-year-old Los Angeles garage. The one part of it that other guys might like to copy is the flooring, which was really cheap (59 cents a square foot), really easy to keep clean, and nice enough to walk on barefoot. It's just Home Depot ceramic tile, which I installed in a long weekend. For my old slab, epoxy was a longshot (no moisture barrier), and I don't like the way racedeck tiles have to be pulled up so you can clean underneath if you spill oil on them. The ceramic tile surface is hard enough that I've done painting in the place and been able to easily razor-blade the spots off.

    This is the opposite of new construction. In fact, it's deliberately 'vintage.'







    The tile weekend. You should have seen my poor 1985 Jeep sagging under the weight of the tiles -- they weighed almost as much as my 911.


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    Jack that looks like a living room with a garage door.
    Any chance you'll volunteer to instruct at Ray's SOW track day?
    Here's my lift sunk in a shallow pit.
    When there is nothing left to do on the real cars the 135 foot 8 lane slot car track helps time pass between track days.
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    Likes to left foot brake.

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    My garage

    My garage is a bit messy now, but stuff is happening.
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    Al Kosmal
    the X-faktory
    Current projects; 69-911.5
    76S rat bastard---off to Germany

    1970 914-4...off to Wisconsin
    73 911X Cafe Racer...........(off to S.F.....now racing in Germany)
    66 912 ...off to France
    71E 9111200979 ( gone to Paris..then to Corsica)
    77S (off to NY)
    Early S #1240

    RGruppe #669
    www.x-faktory.com

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    Cheerio!

    Here's one from a while ago. This picture of my garage was actually e-mailed to me by a friend that found it on a random blog ... http://garageenvy.blogspot.com/searc...max-results=16


    *NOTE* If you post it, you better be prepared for EVERYONE to see it
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    -Marco
    SReg. #778 OGrp: #8 RGrp: #---
    TLG Auto: Website ... Blog ... Facebook Page
    Searching for engine #907495 and gearbox 902/1 #229687

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