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Dream Garage, Whats In Yours

Ok did this on another board but they did no bikes. Picture this you have a 3 car garage (i know some of us, like me do)and you can fill it with 3 cars/trucks and 2 bikes (street/track). whats in yours

here is mine:
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2 Range Rover (supa charged version) winter beater
3 ZO6 weekend/track beeeiiaatch

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Hmmmmm....clean floors, plenty of storage, plenty of room, heat and A/C, compressor, welding equipment, good lighting, computer, sofa, fridge, bathroom, 2nd level, paintbooth, rolling tool cabinets filled with snap-on tools, a pit in one bay, 4 bays.

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SPACE - that is all I want. I have too much crap, I need to get rid of it so that I can even start to think about what really belongs in a garage. Like your selections though.

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Hmmmmm....clean floors, plenty of storage, plenty of room, heat and A/C, compressor, welding equipment, good lighting, computer, sofa, fridge, bathroom, 2nd level, paintbooth, rolling tool cabinets filled with snap-on tools, a pit in one bay, 4 bays.
Rick, youre supposed to put cars/trucks/bikes in it. You used up all of your play money on the garage with none left over to fill it

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Rick, youre supposed to put cars/trucks/bikes in it. You used up all of your play money on the garage with none left over to fill it
i started typing a bust ricks chops post, but what good would it do

rick wants harleys and fords!!!

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Barbers Museum, that is my Dream Garage
nice choice, we spent hours in there when we where down there, i must of took a picture of each bike!!

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nice choice, we spent hours in there when we where down there, i must of took a picture of each bike!!
Another dream garage of mine is Dale's Wheels Through Time. It's in Maggie Valley North Carolina rite smack dab in the middle of the Smoky Mountains. Hit The Dragon, Blast Down the Cherahola Skyway, and back up the Maggie Valley for THE MUSEUM THAT RUNS! More cool old running machines than you can count. The museum is his garage. It's cool too when he does the tours because he'll be showing you an old classic bike then get on it and start it up.

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I'm surprised you have a honda in there

Both those dirtbikes are way too much for you big guy.

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Is the Cuda your winter beater?


...gotta have a classic, and it's between that and the '69 Camaro or '70 GTO/Chevelle.

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...gotta have a classic, and it's between that and the '69 Camaro or '70 GTO/Chevelle.
Friend of mine has mint condition 66 Cuda down in Ft. Myers. Drives it everyday.

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Friend of mine has mint condition 66 Cuda down in Ft. Myers. Drives it everyday.
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...ya know what, throw a factory prepped XR750 in my garage too please

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Personally I'm living a dream rite now with what I have.

I Thank the good lord above for everything in my life. Including my toy box of a garage.

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Personally I'm living a dream rite now with what I have.

I Thank the good lord above for everything in my life. Including my toy box of a garage.

thats a good attitude. seriously.

everyone should think that way. If you can support yourself, stay healthy, and have a little fun on the side. Then you're all good

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