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    One thing I love about my shop

    One thing I love about my shop is that fact I can pull my truck inside to work on it. Alternator is acting up. Going to pull it off tonight and run it to the shop tomorrow. I had to move some stuff around to get the truck in but it is SOOOOOO nice to have a shop after all these years of working in the dirt. Plus it is cold outside too!
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    Jeff, Jeff, Jeff.... I can see I am going to have to train you. You got Tyler covered with the photo, so thats good. But I want to see at least a model number too.

    I can't tell from the photo what Chevy Model it is Details man! Details!
    Oh I see its just a big red truck!!!!

    I just couldn't resist.....

    P.S. 1 picture doesn't constitute a shop tour.
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    Good one Bart!

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    Looks like a Silverado ext cab, 4 door. I have the brother to that one. Same color, no shell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Leetch View Post
    Jeff, Jeff, Jeff.... I can see I am going to have to train you. You got Tyler covered with the photo, so thats good. But I want to see at least a model number too.

    I can't tell from the photo what Chevy Model it is Details man! Details!
    Oh I see its just a big red truck!!!!

    I just couldn't resist.....

    P.S. 1 picture doesn't constitute a shop tour.
    Bart this is classic, just about spit my coffee all over the monitor

    You tell him!!
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    Jeff, I like your speakers. They look like peavy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al killian View Post
    Jeff, I like your speakers. They look like peavy?
    Good eyes! Old set of Peavy with Black Widows.
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    jeff, i can pull my rigs in too.........if i don`t have 712 projects stacked in the way ....tod
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    ok jeff!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Horton View Post
    One thing I love about my shop is that fact I can pull my truck inside to work on it. Alternator is acting up. Going to pull it off tonight and run it to the shop tomorrow. I had to move some stuff around to get the truck in but it is SOOOOOO nice to have a shop after all these years of working in the dirt. Plus it is cold outside too!
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    now if you havent already i would like to see the rest of that shop or at least the layout,, it apears to be on the same mindset as what i want to do the OH door is the same the room off the left appears tp be similar too is it your finishing room? what are the dimensions of the shop area?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    jeff, i can pull my rigs in too.........if i don`t have 712 projects stacked in the way ....tod
    What, 708 and you are good to go
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