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Old 10-17-2009
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The largest project I have ever taken on...

Been kinda busy lately with life. Here is my newest project:











































Ill have more pix of the shop soon. It took longer to move my shop than it did everything in the house!
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my wife used to throw a fit when i parked my bike in the house lol
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Awesome looking house. Can't wait to see pics of the shop.
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Nice garage i wanna see more pics of it when you have the man cave set up. Also why is the bike in time out in the corner.
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Gotta say i love the bike in the house! haha nice house man
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Nice garage i wanna see more pics of it when you have the man cave set up. Also why is the bike in time out in the corner.
Lol, the bike is in the time out corner because now I wont have time to ride it for.... oh.... 30 years or so
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Looks great Nick! Those floors look awesome.
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motorcycle AND truck parts in the house FTW!!!!!
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motorcycle AND truck parts in the house FTW!!!!!
Looks like my room
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Oh I'm loving the R6... beautiful bikes! I've got an 08 R6S
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Real hardwood or laminate? If you don't know how to tell the difference, laminate will have a texture on it that is supposed to look like real grains, but just looks way too symmetrical. Hardwood will definitely be random.

Really nice house. Different cabinets, granite, a little paint, and different siding, and it would be perfect!
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Real hardwood or laminate? If you don't know how to tell the difference, laminate will have a texture on it that is supposed to look like real grains, but just looks way too symmetrical. Hardwood will definitely be random.

Really nice house. Different cabinets, granite, a little paint, and different siding, and it would be perfect!
laminate hardwood... the only way to go.

wanna buy all the recommended materials? ill install if u will buy
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