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Re: My new workshop 6 years 7 months ago #18519

Thanks Manotas :) since you like bikes, this is 1 i've been building for my Wife :) need to hurry up and finish it.... Honda cb250rs base custom by me :)

What it sould look like


What it did look like


Hiw it looks now
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)
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Re: My new workshop 6 years 6 months ago #19760

Ok so I picked up my new Motorcycle work tabke tonight and i'm stoked with it I slid the cafe racer onto it as soon as I got home and I think I can feel some motivation coming on Also I picked up 3 more boards like I used for my bench tops and i'll make large single doors for my work benches out of them once I cut them to fit between the posts. Also I think now I should intall the 3x5' fluro lights for the lifter work area













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Re: My new workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19953

Right then, Since I've been motivated to finish up some outstanding things in the shop :laugh: I have added some colour and display shelving for my Rc :y: I also found homes for those two paintings and mounted the bracket for the Tv :)












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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19956

Looking good :y:

Not sure about the shelf space ... any Tamiya collection will grow to fill 110% of available space - it's an immutable law of nature ;)

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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19957

Ha ha, there is plenty of extra space but the wife would KILL ME! :laugh: the whole top shelf can be used for display and if I do want more cars I would sell the non Tamiya do it :cheer:



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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19958

HI!... Ya building large sheving for display turns into this.... :woohoo:

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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19959

Nice HP, I showed your collection pic to the wife, She smacked me in the back of the head and said "Don't get any ideas!" :laugh: :laugh:
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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19961

HP, is your shelving curved, or is your collection so large it warps the space time continuum? :laugh:

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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #19962

HI!... lol! Nah I took the pic with my iPhone5 with the Panorama mode. The shelves are too long and I can't fit it all in a single pic. The funny thing is that is only 1/2 of my collection. The rest are in the process of being restored. I still have 15 AE RC10's to do. :woohoo:

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My workshop 6 years 5 months ago #20004

WOW... that's a nice shelf..... :woohoo: :woohoo:

Even in panorama mode it's impressive !

I wonder how long it takes to clean the dust off your models :P :P
Proud owner of the Bruiser Family

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