A Garage In The Far East

amazing

I’ve been thinking a lot about a future shop project recently and found myself on the “Maxjax Install” thread looking at different methods fellas have used to install their portable lifts. While doing so, I can across some very striking images of a garage in Manilla posted by “Abstamaria.” One thing lead to another and I then ended up on a thread devoted entirely to his shop and house. I think it might be the most amazing shop I’ve ever seen on The Garage Journal and even though it’s a three year old thread, I couldn’t help but feature it today.

If you have the time, check this out. And if you don’t have the time, make it.

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The World’s First Power Tools

I found this pretty interesting… It’s no wonder the drill was the first power tool.

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The ‘M’ House

We’ve been doing this for almost a decade now… Even so, every now and then someone will post a garage project that just absolutely blows my mind. This is one of those times. Check out this build.

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Metal Building Suppliers…

So I’m in the market for a 30′ x 40′ metal building that will eventually be my shop space. It’s something I’m really excited about, but something I’m going to have to do in stages for budget reasons. My first step to all of this is to find out who makes the best bang for the buck metal building. A quick google search returns a ton of companies that serve the state of Texas, but very little in the way of reviews and thoughts after the purchase.

So, here I am… Who have you guys used and what were your thoughts?

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