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DARKSIDER In the world of automotive hobbyists a Darksider is one who modifies and or customizes any and all sorts of vehicles. The Darksiders are in a class of their own simply because they endeavor to be different and do things that others would not attempt for a number of reasons mostly being related to a lack of ability and fear of non conformity.

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    My garage/shop

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    wmjoe1953

    Posts : 187
    Join date : 2009-05-06
    Age : 39
    Location : Madras, Oregon U.S.A.

    My garage/shop

    Post  wmjoe1953 on Wed May 06, 2009 11:40 pm

    Well, I don't have any photos of my garage, so I'll just kind of describe it. It's a typical subdivision 2 car gargage. I have my 80 gallon compressor, a miller mig welder. Oxy/propane torch. Three tool boxes with my hand tools that aren't on the peg board I have hanging for the various sets. I've got just about everything from basic wrenches all the way up to engine rebuilding tools.. Also in my gargae, is storage shelves (bug out gear, various boxes of holiday stuff, etc., etc.) Taking up a roughly 32 sq ft section is my N-scale model railroad project. Oh yeah, I also have my book shelf that has buckets of bolts, and nuts, and stuff, and all my old Ford truck books, and restoration catalogs, and such. I have two 55 F-series grilles hanging on my walls, and two early 1900's late 1800's vintage logging hand saws (the really long ones that take two people to use for cutting down trees, and a shorter one that is used for bucking the timbers down, and limbing them up, and also for cutting lumber in the mills).

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