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Old 04-04-2006, 01:07 AM   #1
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Default Photos of your garage!

That's right folks, I'm starting a thread to kick off the increased attachment sizes and such. Post your pictures of your garage with everything in it, or whatever you choose for us to see

Simply reply to this thread, and scroll down to "Additional options" under the text box. There you will see the button to "manage attachments". From there, you can add your images.

Let me start off with some amazing examples.
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Old 04-04-2006, 01:39 AM   #2
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Here is mine. the house/garage is only 1 year old, we built it from ground up... still needs to be organized, its a 2 & 3/4 car garage, with a big back door so I can move the bike into the concrete pad in the back of it for washing. but as you can see the cars sleeps outside

the bikes are: my 03 R6, ex-98 916, 03 Derbi GPR. and in a few more month a 2006 F4 Senna 1000.

Sorry for the huge pix...
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Old 04-04-2006, 02:53 AM   #3
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That's a great looking house. Looks extremely cozy, grass looks groomed and fresh, and the view is excellent. Must be great having a garage dedicated for the bikes!

P.S. Big pics are encouraged in my book!

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Great house odonata and nice pics.
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Old 04-04-2006, 03:23 AM   #5
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Not sure I should be showing you this, my garage is a bit of a sh*t hole to say the least. Just about manage to squeeze the MV in there. No room for a tin of sardines though.
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That's a great looking house. Looks extremely cozy, grass looks groomed and fresh, and the view is excellent. Must be great having a garage dedicated for the bikes!

P.S. Big pics are encouraged in my book!
Thanks, the house project took nearly everything out of me, I don't mean just money and I am not kidding. it was the 290 degree view of the L.A. basin that inspired us to make the "young and stupid" descision to chase after the fantasy. we ran out of the money and lived with bare dirt and weeds in the yard(like the hill behind the house) for 11 month, the September pix was taken a week after the sods were planted... the lawn is doing well thanks to the auto sprinkler system.

We had actually planned to have spacious 3 car garage/work space, money issue, zoning/set-back rule made use reducing the size of it.

Thanks again for the kind words, after the Senna, setting up the garage will be my next project.
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Old 04-04-2006, 03:37 AM   #7
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in my garage also no MV to see, it is stored in the garden room to give it some sort of view!
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Old 04-04-2006, 04:35 AM   #8
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Not sure I should be showing you this, my garage is a bit of a sh*t hole to say the least. Just about manage to squeeze the MV in there. No room for a tin of sardines though.
A garage with an MV is a garage indeed! Any garage is great, as it is part of our domain!
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Old 04-04-2006, 05:23 AM   #10
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Hey Alvin, that garage with the Lambo's yours? No wonder you can't afford a SPR!!
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