Thiught I would just check if one bay is enough to make a secure insulated vette garage , wont be accesible from main workshop as lower floor level due to slope of the site, that way I gain enough height for mezzanine aboveNobody else in my family has a key to the garage.
Once its done , any local owners welcome for vette drive up coffee and spanner meets to help each other with maintainence or repairs. Plenty of space and local cruising spots too.I think I can speak for most of us. We officially hate you.
I would sell my wife for a workshop/man cave like that.
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by my reckoning you have space for 6 cars nicely spaced, so 1 two poster ramp, 1 space for valeting, that leaves you 4 spaces, so start looking at another vette for the fleet
At least a fibreglass panel doesnt dent like a steel one when one of wifey’s gee gee’s lets go with both barrelsBalls still attached thanks this works for me as that shed is quite some distance from the house keeping all the horse shit, flys and mess well away. I'll erect one closer
Very nice building, glad to see there are a couple of car sized doors there
Looking great! I'm still a bit worried by all that timber standing up, within falling distance of the Corvette!Slow progress but 2/3rds of the old shed removed , just left the current vette section up til the new vette section is floored and a mez up. Out for a wee blast to get the motor hot and use the brakes. Its a shed shot Saturday
It's just too big now and being listed I can't build a decent garage. We'll miss it but hey ho. We struggled to find something and even considered France Mad, what's the plan with all the lovely old wood from the original shed? Wall panelling ?Surprised you're leaving that fab "estate" you have up there!
I am hoping to salvage enough to put a 16x10’ lean to on the end of the new shed for mowers , bikes and any thing else that normally clutters up yr garage and you end up moving stuff to make space to work in, i hope to have the big one clutter free and super organisedIt's just too big now and being listed I can't build a decent garage. We'll miss it but hey ho. We struggled to find something and even considered France Mad, what's the plan with all the lovely old wood from the original shed? Wall panelling ?