The Collapsible Bench

I’ve never liked those bench tops that collapse against a wall. I tried one in my last shop and found that it was always down and full of stuff and never folded away. It made me wonder what the point of the whole thing was… Even so, I love the idea of having added workspace only when you need it. This past weekend, I stumbled upon this collapsible job built by “Double B.” I think it rules!

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Garages At Night

In the peace of the night… Right? This thread rules.

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The Hot Rod Handbook Shop

If I weren’t such a greedy bastard, I’d have only one hot rod at a time. And as a result, I would only need a simple shop to house it… And this is the kind of layout I’d want. A simpler time, no? I found this layout in a 1955 issue of “Hot Rod Handbook” and am absolutely infatuated by the pureness of it.

Full sized image after the break.

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Small Motorcycle Garage

Here’s a great example of what a little thought, a tad of money, and a lot of elbow grease will get ya. There is something pretty charming about motorcycle workshops, no?

Check it out.

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The Michigan Theater

This is a bit off-topic perhaps, but I had to post it… The Michigan Theater was built in 1926 and represented the grand city of Detroit and it’s dedication to the arts.

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