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    Here is my 32 X 44 shop

    ok here are some pictures of my 32 x 44 garage that houses my 420 and my GMC pickup and car and friends boat. it has a 10 x 10 and a 20 x 10 door , attic storage with winch to bring the big things up and down. It has 2x6x12' walls 4/12 pitch on the roof and a 4" concrete slab.it has turned out to be a great place to fix and tinker and polish things. I love all the posts and information here keep them comming. hope you enjoy the pictures. a couple are out of order. if you want to aww allo them go to http://s1150.photobucket.com/albums/o607/GMR1955/ to sell all the build pictures.

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    Very nice. Can I ask what the weight rating is for your attic?



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    Very nice. Hope to have enough money to build my shed this summer at our new house. Just big enough to store a couple tractors, my trailer and attachments. Wish I had something this size
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    She's Beautiful!

    They always look bigger being built and empty. Thanks for the post.
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    That is a good looking shop and great job on the write-up

    What really caught my attention was that drop dead gorgeous 420! If you run out of room you could keep that at my place.....

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    Looking good, Greg, thanks for sharing!

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    Very nice, thanks for sharing.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Very nice. Enjoyed the photos.
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    very nice! Now matter what you build, soon it's full. But no matter what you have, it's just what you need.

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    Very nice!
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