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    Really Nice Garages

    I guess this is how the other half lives. If this is what their garages look like, imagine what their Woodworking shops look like, I mean if they have this kind of taste in cars, they must be woodworkers, Right??
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    Jesus was a Woodworker

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    Dan I wonder whether the cars are enjoyment are about show? None of that is my taste.
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    I only seen 2 worth having. The white Camaro and the black Mustang. Other than that, scrap metal. Ok, that's a little rough, but they couldn't make it down my driveway.

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    I wouldn't kick any of them out of my garage

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    Back when I was younger, stupider, and had more money I drove a '65 Corvette... my mechanic's garage almost looked like some of those... the floor was polished, the tools all in place, the place was spotless.
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    I DO like the elevator picture with the Lady standing on top of it.

    Stu should have built something like that to get in and out of the dungeon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    I only seen 2 worth having. The white Camaro and the black Mustang. Other than that, scrap metal. Ok, that's a little rough, but they couldn't make it down my driveway.
    That hummer in the 7th picture wouldn't have much of a problem.
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    I stand corrected. I didn't see the Hummer. I used to drive one, but the colors were all wrong. The OD clashed with the colors of my eyes

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    I like a nice clean shop - and I envy a bigger shop than what I have. However, I don't envy anything like that.

    Cars don't thrill me much - some of those cars would be fun to drive - but that's it. I can only imagine that the owners feel the same way - cause they certainly don't "work" on those cars.

    No - none of that is to my taste - but it is interesting to see just how the upper 2% of our world lives.

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