I would be automatically suspicious of anyone with clean space in their
garage!! Sounds like your guy isn't a car buff... he's a car buffer....
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 3:58 PM, <email@example.com> 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
> > that I had ever seen that door open before and I was amazed at what I
> > So, I did a lot of shoulder checking to see if I could see what was on
> > other side. I couldn't believe my eyes. I can't remember the last time
> > seen an empty garage except for new construction.
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