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Default Honey, put the car back in the garage...it's raining...

REALLY...? ! ? !


There's a Part 2 to this...

Thought it might be useful...but can't imagine I would ever take it to this extreme...
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Way to much hassle for me. Hell, I would probably forget where all the parts were and where they went.
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Way to much hassle for me. Hell, I would probably forget where all the parts were and where they went.
Fascinating! I would probably be so wore out setting it up that I would have to take the rest of the day off to rest up!

"No woodworking today, honey! The car has got to sit out for awhile.
*SMACK*...OK, OK, I'll put everything back and put the car in the garage"

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I agree... BUT I give the guy HUGE marks for innovation and execution! That finishing table is fantastic.
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I agree... BUT I give the guy HUGE marks for innovation and execution! That finishing table is fantastic.
He has a separate video on the build of that table...

I found the whole thing awesome...he has every nook and cranny of space made useful...makes me wonder if he planned it that way or it came one at a time...
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Nice video except for the herky jerky camera person. I am give out after watching just that one video.

No way I would go through all of that trouble to set up for a days work. I bet it is cramped in his static storage/work space. I think my shoulders would knock stuff off every time I turned around or when I bend over to pick something up that I dropped! BUMP! CRASH!
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I think the car should live outside.
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I think the car should live outside.
Both of ours do.
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Very inventive but by the time he sets up and takes it down again there won't be much time for working.
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