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    Junior Member mhanch's Avatar
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    Thanks. Rolling toolboxes are the best. I also have one of those silicone tool trays to put on the engine to hold stuff. really helps to keep from dropping things.

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    Sometimes you need to be prepared for everything.image.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delorean3610 View Post
    Sometimes you need to be prepared for everything.image.jpg
    Whoa! Looks like a professional shop! Hmm, maybe if I ask my wife to park on the driveway it would give me a space that looks a little more open like that.
    David Proehl

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    This is my too much stuff and not enough space garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason View Post
    This is my too much stuff and not enough space garage.

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    Functional and room for a Sera works for me! What more do you need?
    David Proehl

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    Here's how I keep my screw drivers in the garage. Definitely not fancy. Or expensive. Just functional. Piece of wood with a bunch of evenly spaced out holes drilled in it and then screwed into the studs with a couple of L brackets. Makes good use of a small amount of space and they are always right there where I need them, when I need them.

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    Sept. 81, auto, black interior

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