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post #1 of 4 Old 07-04-2008, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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Garage idea help needed

We are currently in process of building a Garage. Here are some pics of the progress to date.







The finish came out excellent. The SS is going to love it. I did my own spec on it. 12"x12" continuous perimeter 2 rod beam. Center is 6" with hwy mesh. Underneath lies 4 inch of coarse aggregate for a base. 3000 psi mix.

Tie in from slab to existing driveway







Now for the good stuff. I was just going to do a burnout, but it ended up the car making a 360, twice.




SS marking his territory






The building should be here soon.


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This is where I need HELP. I want a work bench. We went to Sears today and looked at what they have to offer. So I far I really like this.



The bench itself is about 8 feet long by 2 feet wide. The cabinet to the left is just storage, its not a fridge. I will get a fridge too for beer and some water. I have more than enough room for anything. Does anyone know of anything else similar to this but isn't too crazy in price? This whole set is about 1,300.00. I've seen other sets, but of course whenever I'm looking for something I can't find anything. So please post up any bench ideas.


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post #3 of 4 Old 07-04-2008, 10:12 PM
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if you want to save some money, just build your own...chances are you'll have enough left over wood after construction. That's what I did...and a friend of mine was re-doing his kitchen so I grabbed a few of his old cabinets for storage. They don't look as pretty but they were FREE.

oh, and YES, you need a fridge.

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This is who i went with For my cabinets in my Shop There Pricey But Easy to install And Space Saving Bye Installing Shelves Above Ground...I have them Lining Two walls With Two Large Work Benches That are 6ft long and 36 inches wide and all the Cabinats Can be painted the color you like by yourself...I love Mine If Spending 20k on Cabinets Isnt a Prob i recomend it.

http://www.garageclosetsinc.com/

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