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garage pics

Discussion in 'Photos' started by W4lnutz, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. Pokie

    Pokie Just plain Pokie.

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    What's a seventh grade tool box look like? I went to school in Canada and I have no memory of such a thing.
  2. RTinNC

    RTinNC Long timer

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  3. Bluesforchallah

    Bluesforchallah Been here awhile

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    Buahahaha. Thought I recognized the handle.

    Chris BIR 309
  4. scootac

    scootac Just a Traveler

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    Yep, Thanks for pointing it out.
    Taught you how to read a tape measure, use hand and coping saw....but forget how we drilled the holes.
    7th grade was a loooong time ago.
    :gerg
  5. Runaway Train

    Runaway Train The Left-Right Tourer

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    I made the tool box for my son for Christmas many years ago. Now he only wants fancy expensive red toolboxes. Oh well, It gets lots of use, glad other appreciate old homemade stuff.

    Cheers, eh!
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  6. Pokie

    Pokie Just plain Pokie.

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    What's with red tool boxes? My first "serious" tool box was purchased in 1971 for $200. It is a Craftsman in silver hammertone with red drawers (the color was standard). I still have that tool box and still use it. Now I look at all the colors tool boxes come in and wish they were available back then. I bought my first tool box in 1969, still have that one too.
  7. Pantah

    Pantah Jiggy Dog Fan Supporter

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    My garage as part of my small condo. But its a garage! My last place was a high rise in Boston with a communal underground garage. My bikes were in a storage unit for 10 years, so this is pure lux for me.

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  8. Fast914

    Fast914 Adventurer

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    What a great space...and short of a KTM 300 xcw...you have my dream bikes in there...LOL..Love the Ducati's and the Super Enduro..that is a Super Enduro I think! Grant

  9. lrgart

    lrgart 2 wheels and a motor, I’m in!

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    Getting the rooster ready for tomorrow CC98C21C-DA2D-4128-A1F4-3956EF7C635B.jpeg
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  10. Pantah

    Pantah Jiggy Dog Fan Supporter

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    Thanks, but the KTM is not a Super Enduro. Is a 2012 690R. I am glad you like my collection. I like them too. The Honda rides coast/coast and such. The Superlight is a garage queen so just goes to Harold's Saloon occasionally. The 690 is my fire road machine and gets ridden all over the southwest. The Monster is my hot rod and my fave. It is the last of the Monsters based on the 851 Superbike chassis and has the best air-cooled Duc twin ever; the dual spark 1000. It is the 2007 S2R 1000.
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  11. Fast914

    Fast914 Adventurer

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    How I could mistake. 690 for a 950....one will never know...lol...but Congratulations anyway! Wonderful stable and spot to keep them!