Garage Design

A Ferrari Showroom

It’s sort of in fashion to say that “showroom” garages are a good example of excess gone wrong. And I get that line of thinking… I mean, what good is a garage that you can’t get dirty – right? But imagine having the kind of cash that allows a collection of Ferraris and needing a space to keep them all? You wanna grind and weld near a multi-million dollar vintage Ferrari?

Point is, the showroom garage is only lame until you actually need one.

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The Atomic Shop: A Working Update

Given that it’s been a year since our last update on the Atomic Garage, I thought it might interesting to have an update of sorts. The above video is actually some test footage taken for another project, but in it you can kind of see how the space has progressed. Admittedly, it’s a mess at the moment as we just finished a major thrash for a local show. After our next clean up, I’ll get some footage of the joint in it’s more typical state – operational like an operating room.

In any case, if you are interested you can read the build thread covering the shop here.

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A Mexican Palace

Somewhere in Mexico a man started to built a shop and then decided he needed a house too… Things gat crazy. Things got nuts. You can follow the whole thing in progress here. And trust me, you will be glad ya did.

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DIY Carriage Doors

By a large margin, the most often asked question I get in my inbox is, “Where can I find plans for a set of DIY carriage doors?” And you know what? I don’t know of a single place to find such a thing. There are various threads on the forum about such things, but there isn’t a complete how to from anyone…

So, I’m calling y’all out! Post your DIY carriage doors and the method of their construction here!

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The Charles Collinge Hinge

So I spent some time in London last week and ran into a bit of history while doing so… An English buddy of mine and I were standing outside a pub when I noticed a gorgeous set of old carriage doors on the building. What struck me most was the hinges… I asked my buddy about them and a history lesson began.

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