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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by AZcacti, Mar 13, 2007.
Pretty sure that's spray foam insulation.
Ive been tempted to coat my ugly garage with something. Epoxy or some other surface that cleans easy. Also thinking about a race flag checkered grey and white tiles. Any ideas for a good cleanable surface. I work on my vehicles and try not to drip but its gonna happen.
You might check out the 'flooring' subforum on GarageJournal for recommendations
The mothership "man cave" with the new 2013 KTM 500EXC getting farkled:
Farkling finished and ready for mountain adventures:
The "mobile man cave" with kayaks, mountain bikes, but no KTM on the front deck........yet:
The "mobile man cave" test fitting the KTM on the front deck.
Now we put it all together and head to Colorado or Montana next season.
Wow. What kind of popup camper is that? Nice!
Coleman Evolution E1, got one of the last ones before they ceased production last year.
Another view of the "mobile man cave" doing what it does best during a mountain biking and kayaking weekend.
Thanks! I hope to have more pictures posted of the finished interior soon. Including some of the old Triumphs that call it home!
Even though it's not complete, the workshop is already seeing a lot of use. The woodstove is coming in very handy already. Drywall will be going into the workshop soon as will a bunch of shelving and work benches. The apartment above is almost done. Until then, I'll keep working around the clutter and the mass of moto-metal.
Love it! Here's my "Mobile Man Cave" loaded up for our trip to Custer, SD that we took this past July. It was a fun week!
We managed to take our FZ-1, my KTM 350 EXC-F, and my wife's KLX 250, plus our mountain bikes to keep ourselves entertained for a week.
what does GBG stand for?
More pics and info on your Baja pop-up please! Sweet set-up - Did you custom make the motorcycle mounts on the tongue?
In an attempt to not thread jack the "Let's see your man castle" thread, I'll post a link to a thread on thumpertalk that I put some info in.
There's a good amount of information on there including my write-up of how I did my set up. Glad you like it- I know that my wife and I love it!
I added these horizontal file cabinets to help clean up the garage.
I also added this behind the garage to hold yard stuff and my dirt bike:
It was getting late so I just threw stuff in there. I need to organize, and add some shelves.
very interesting, would llove to know more about it, the materials used, etc
it looks like an interesting kit sort of shed
+! Scary like empty museums...
Since I got mine off CraigsList (New old stock), I have found that the original manufacturer doesn't make them anymore. However, they are now made by Duramax. Here is a link: http://www.durasheds.com/10x8_Westchester_Double_Walled.html
Mine was originally $1800, I paid $200, minus the base, which was another $170.
The advantage to these are the double wall construction with a firmer vinyl that is much more structually sound than the typical Rubbermaid sheds, and is smooth so cleaning is easier and mold does not stick well, and is easier to clean off.
After I put mine up it rained half an inch, no leaks.
By the way, they say two people, but I did the assembly alone, base and all. It took about 6 hours with the base, 4 for the shed alone.
thanks for the info.
dad wants a new shed at their place. ill have to show this to him.
That's beautiful - I admire a clean and organized shop. The presence of a shop vac is telling - I need to get one.