Innovation & The Workbech

Obviously, I like old stuff quite a bit. Even so, I really have a thing for innovation as well. I’ve often found that when the two come together, magic is often the result. This light duty work bench is a thing of beauty – packed with innovative features and simple lines. I can’t imagine a better bench for a jeweler or watchmaker or something like that. Character and style fellas…

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1950’s Craftsman Garage

Good god man… That’s all I can say. Do yourself a favor and read this entire thread. You will be glad ya did.

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Aero 1946 Toolbox

This is cooler than hell… A guy named Rolf makes these tool boxes by hand somewhere in Europe. I haven’t gotten many details out of him yet, but I’m hoping I can get him to register and fill us all in. Regardless, a lot of people believe carry-all boxes like these are obsolete in this era of specialization. I completely disagree and love my handled boxes. This one looks to be to die for. More images here.

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The Pursuit Of Clean

So, I don’t know these fellas in the least but saw it as an opportunity for someone. Wired Magazine joined forces with Pennzoil and they are giving away a Garage Makeover. All you have to do is submit a photo of your garage. Think ya got a chance? Give it a shot here.

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