My car would have been done years ago if I had not spent half my life
looking for tools in the garage. When I moved 2 years ago I swore I
would never let my new garage be that bad again. Now my car is still
not finished because I spend so much time sweeping and moping the floor
but if I ever need a tool, i know exactly where it is.
Seriously though, I used to have a very full and messy garage, my new
garage is much bigger (biggest the city would let me build on my lot)
and I really enjoy having the space to fill it with junk and all the
empty walls are nice to look at and figure out what I will put there, I
sure wish I could find my old "Girls of F1" poster, I have the perfect
wall space for it. There is something nice to be said about having
uncluttered working space in a garage.
The wall space next to the Sun Machine would be a good spot for the
"Girls of F1" don't you think ?
Oh and to keep it on topic..this car is powered (or will be) by a
On 11/30/2010 01:58 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> My neighbor across the alley has a garage just like mine- you can hardly walk
>through it. But at our neighbor's garage farther down the alley you can
>actually see the walls. I guess he's not quite average.
> For that matter I was on another car forum and people were talking about
>their detailing practices. One of the people showed a photo of his stuff in
>his garage- basically a small freestanding shelf unit against the wall with a
>variety of cleaners/polishes/waxes, and a power buffer with various pads. The
>thing that struck me was that on either side of the shelf unit there was
>basically nothing. You could see the wall, the floor, everything. I never
>have to worry too much about cleaning the floor in my garage because you can't
>see it to tell if it is dirty or not.
>> I was driving down a road that I drive down regularly, when I noticed a
>> residential garage with dual doors and one door was open. I don't believe
>> that I had ever seen that door open before and I was amazed at what I saw.
>> So, I did a lot of shoulder checking to see if I could see what was on the
>> other side. I couldn't believe my eyes. I can't remember the last time I've
>> seen an empty garage except for new construction.
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