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  1. #21
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    Wow, Love the drain, steel bracing, bracing ties, Lighting, so many ideas here for my tiny garage thanks! Also nice FRS and Lotus! They are BeauTs

  2. #22
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    Love the garage. Bracing and drain are killer.

    The seven is a really rad ride. Gotta be a blast through the twisties.
    What’s your drag car?

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToyRCota88 View Post
    Wow, Love the drain, steel bracing, bracing ties, Lighting, so many ideas here for my tiny garage thanks! Also nice FRS and Lotus! They are BeauTs
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by BadWagon View Post
    Love the garage. Bracing and drain are killer.

    The seven is a really rad ride. Gotta be a blast through the twisties.
    What’s your drag car?
    Thanks.

    The seven is the most fun I have had on track in a car. It makes amazing noises, has a sequential shifter, and handles like a kart. I did have a drag car for a few years but sold it about 3 years ago. It was an '85 Mustang Couple with a 406 SBC in it with a powerglide. It was a pretty good bracket car that would run 6.20s-6.30s in the 1/8. Not super fast, but quick enough to be fun.
    -Jeff
    Mod19RC Shapeways Store
    IG: @RexRacer19

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    Small update on the scale shop...

    Everyone needs jackstands in their shop, and usually multiple sets are mandatory. I recently picked up some Hot Racing adjustable stands that have some pretty nice detail. They compliment the cool set of 6-Ton stands that my awesome GF bought for me a while back.






    I also took some time and built myself a work/fab table. It is made mostly from styrene, but has a mild steel top made from some sheet metal to provide an extra touch of realism. It also has some functional leveling feet that are M3 button head socket cap screws. I had originally planned to use styrene for the top, but I couldn't find a way to create a real metal finish that I liked.







    -Jeff
    Mod19RC Shapeways Store
    IG: @RexRacer19

  5. #25
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    Thanks fr the peak behind the curtain. Really cool miniature shop.

    Frank

  6. #26
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    Thank you, sir.
    -Jeff
    Mod19RC Shapeways Store
    IG: @RexRacer19

  7. #27
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    I love the shop and hope to build something that will attempt to mimic but will fall severely short. HA

    But I am gonna make that table, dammit.

    Great work.

    Cory

  8. #28
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    Great shop all around but, that workbench/table is probably my favorite part!

  9. #29
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    Do you have any progress photos? So much amazing detail.

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