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Work bench finally

Postby itsmehb » Wed Feb 24, 2016 8:49 am

Moved in almost 5 years ago, and finally got my work bench built.
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1990 Amigo, 2.3 5 speed (sold)
1991 Pick up (long gone)
2000 Amigo, 2.2 5 speed(sold)
1985 Trooper 1.9 4 speed (sent back to KS)
1989 Trooper RS 2.6 5 spd. Red

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Re: Work bench finally

Postby Von » Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:28 pm

Sweet! Something's missing....

Dents! it needs dents. And grease. Lots of scratches.

We have two used kitchen cabinets sitting in the attached garage. As soon as my wife figures out which one she wants to use for added storage/counter space in the kitchen, the other one will have wheels attached and some as yet unknown work surface on top of it.
Rolling work table/storage.

Very tidy space you have there...

2 clocks?
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2009 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab (my fat car with a yuge trunk)
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1993 Shortbed, regular cab Z71 (Donated to step-son #2)(deceased, parted out)(Forums for GM and fullsize 4X4s suck... so I'm still hanging out here)
1965 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe 289 & 4 speed (SOLD)
1968 Kaiser M715, Ford 390, T18, Dodge divorced NP205, stock Dana 60 and 70 axles, lockers front and rear.
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Re: Work bench finally

Postby itsmehb » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:42 pm

Yea, one on standard time, the other on daylight saving time. Haha
1990 Amigo, 2.3 5 speed (sold)
1991 Pick up (long gone)
2000 Amigo, 2.2 5 speed(sold)
1985 Trooper 1.9 4 speed (sent back to KS)
1989 Trooper RS 2.6 5 spd. Red

We get too soon old and too late smart!

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Golf is just an expensive way to play marbles
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Re: Work bench finally

Postby squatch » Sat Feb 27, 2016 1:41 am

Nice at least you have an excuse.

Until recently mine was just so buried I couldn't find it!
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Re: Work bench finally

Postby wmorrisiii » Sun Feb 28, 2016 10:17 am

Nice HB! Neat shop. If I had an elephant picture on the wall I bet I wouldn't curse and throw things. Very serene!
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Re: Work bench finally

Postby itsmehb » Mon Feb 29, 2016 1:26 pm

Thanks Guys for the comments. That elephant picture was once in the house. It now graces the garage. Next step, trash or garage sale!
1990 Amigo, 2.3 5 speed (sold)
1991 Pick up (long gone)
2000 Amigo, 2.2 5 speed(sold)
1985 Trooper 1.9 4 speed (sent back to KS)
1989 Trooper RS 2.6 5 spd. Red

We get too soon old and too late smart!

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Golf is just an expensive way to play marbles
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Re: Work bench finally

Postby Von » Wed Mar 02, 2016 12:58 pm

itsmehb wrote:Yea, one on standard time, the other on daylight saving time. Haha


My wife bought me one those clocks that look like a wheel and tire from Harbor Freight. I figured it was so I'd know when to stop playing, wash my nasty hands in the sink she wants me put out there and start cooking dinner.
2015 BMW 328i (The Mighty Wife's ride)
2009 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab (my fat car with a yuge trunk)
1990 Trooper 2.8 V6 Auto (Wrecked... sent to the crusher)
1993 Shortbed, regular cab Z71 (Donated to step-son #2)(deceased, parted out)(Forums for GM and fullsize 4X4s suck... so I'm still hanging out here)
1965 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe 289 & 4 speed (SOLD)
1968 Kaiser M715, Ford 390, T18, Dodge divorced NP205, stock Dana 60 and 70 axles, lockers front and rear.
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