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Re: Gas station shop
junior25 #563981 Thu Aug 28 2014 11:00 AM
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Looks great, what size is it?


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Re: Gas station shop
Dave's Garage #563987 Thu Aug 28 2014 11:10 AM
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nice job on the building... cool


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Dave's Garage #563988 Thu Aug 28 2014 11:10 AM
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awesome place!

I agree with most everyone... 3 distinct areas needed. Storage, Work, & Display

I'm moving to a new house... I plan to have a 2-stall garage for everyday parking, detached 3-stall garage for working on stuff, and hopefully another 2-stall for display & storage - with a lean-to that can be used for dirty storage (rough pumps, etc)


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Re: Gas station shop
BryceG #563992 Thu Aug 28 2014 11:48 AM
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The overall size is 100' x 50'. The horse side (girlfriends side) is about 35'x50' and My side is 65'x 50'. I had the floors acid stained and cleared on my side hoping to make it easier to clean the floors. Thanks guys

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cig31 #564002 Thu Aug 28 2014 12:22 PM
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Those floors look great. My friend did the same. In the 50's diner part of the shop he cleared them and in the display area he didn't. He now wishes he hadn't cleared them for the wet look. The clear scuffs and scratches from dragging tables or moving jukeboxes with seized castors, etc.


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Dave's Garage #564006 Thu Aug 28 2014 01:30 PM
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Better move into the Wal Mart building as they move out & into a larger building!

Re: Gas station shop
Dick Bennett #564022 Thu Aug 28 2014 02:46 PM
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Son, it looks awesome !! Now to fill it with signs and pumps and globes and then add on

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souperhigh #564023 Thu Aug 28 2014 02:50 PM
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That is really nice , the stained floors look amazing . Can't wait to see it loaded with signs and pumps . Nice job you did.


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47reo-travis #564095 Thu Aug 28 2014 08:04 PM
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Looks really nice!


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