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Old 02-08-2012, 09:02 PM
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h'mm i think i was robbed on this thread, i started the same thing 3 or 4 years back, oh well i will jump back in. 40 x 65, in the process of doing ceiling's,new lights and insulation.
well i would show some pic's, but i need to cough up some $ to show my pic's.

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btw, some great looking shop's.
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yea . . . thats somewhere in Ohio . . . . looks Hocking Hills-ish
It does look very Hocking Hills, but we are actually between Zanesville and Mt. Vernon off 586.
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Here are a couple pictures of our toy box.

5100sq/ft. I wish I had some pictures of it finished, but I don't. It is complete now and fully functional. We also added a 12'x12' bedroom on top of the bathroom. It is complete with satelite TV and we also have a projection TV that shoots against the walls. Both a fully functioning shop and a legitimate man cave.

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Here's a pic of my dads shop where we do all the wrenching for the farm.

It's a struggle to keep my boat in here!

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Beautiful setting race4glory.
Here's mine, the pictures aren't great. It is 28x42, and already full. Check out the laminated truss construction. It is a tank and gives you a cathedral ceiling and easy to finish. It is cheap as well. Unfortunately full with the 34 DCB, which fits by 1 inch in all dimensions, 2 seadoos, Ski Nautique, 64" lawn mower, 2 dirt bikes, Hummer.
The second barn is used as a garage at the ski lake. I've got plans for it. Was a tobacco barn.
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A little tight for da Cig tho
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That's ****in' sweet!
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That's ****in' sweet!
NO they spell it like this, SUITE

Thanks the same people that built them here in NC just completed a similar concept in Daytona. There a thread on it somewhere, high end storage suites.
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100 by 300 toy box.......even room to blast around on the shifter carts.......
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