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TOPIC: Show me Your Shop

Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 08:37 #1

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Im starting a thread, "Show me Your Shop". Ive seen a lot on this forum that look great. Big, small, messy, clean it doesn't mater. Im retired and I pretty much live in my garage, its not pretty but its my sanctuary. I will be posting pics soon, but in the mean time please post away.

Thanks Mark

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Roseville, Ca.

74 DT250
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75 Norton
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Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 10:27 #2

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Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 13:03 #3

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Wooden garage,,,,
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If you aint mixin gas " you aint haulin Ass

Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 17:38 #4

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I really need one more garage so that all the bikes don't need to be rolled out. But having this detached from the house in the back is really nice.
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Allrighty Then

Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 17:43 #5

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Looks like a CT70 in the "mix". Great little bike.
KB

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'70 Suzuki T350
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....... and a mob of '70's Honda 70's......

Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 18:14 #6

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Here’s my lair, hideout, hiding place, hideaway, refuge, sanctuary, haven. I do have share with wife’s car.

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Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 18:38 #7

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mdscott wrote: Here’s my lair, hideout, hiding place, hideaway, refuge, sanctuary, haven. I do have share with wife’s car.


And Santucci park is only a minute walk from your "lair, hideout, hiding place, hideaway"

:whistle:

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Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 18:38 #8

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The "garage" that is too small for a car to fit. Well, maybe a real small car would go in but there'd be no room for anything else. :cheer: So my shop equipment is here and bikes. In riding season its a place to park and work on them. In the winter its' my project shop.

First pic taken with my back pressed into one of the corners. You can see the tail end of my DT400C on the right. Its my current project.

Across are my 3 RT-3's, (future projects?). Behind them you might be able to see my '71 Hodaka Ace 100B+. And under the white cover to the left is my '72 Suzuki T250 Hustler.

This next photo is taken from the opposite corner looking the other way.

That bench the kerosene heater is on is something I made from a Mercury outboard crate. Its strong enough to support a bike. I drag it inside every winter to serve as a bench. In riding season it sits outside, bothering my wife.



Its amazing what you can cram into a small space.

Ken
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I wonder where this goes...?
Daily riders-1976 DT400C, 1972 Suzuki T250 Hustler, 1971 Hodaka Ace 100B+, 1974 Moto Guzzi Eldorado.

Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 20:12 #9

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rodent wrote:

mdscott wrote: Here’s my lair, hideout, hiding place, hideaway, refuge, sanctuary, haven. I do have share with wife’s car.


And Santucci park is only a minute walk from your "lair, hideout, hiding place, hideaway"

:whistle:


wow your right

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Thanks Mark
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64 McClane Edger

Show me Your Shop 10 Jan 2018 20:27 #10

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My shop is a 16X20 insulated building (my wife said get that stuff out of the garage)...:) soooo, i have this shop!
I’m running out of room, my have to put on a small overhang on the North end.
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