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New home for the Vega

Postby NVEGAR8D » Mon Aug 07, 2017 10:26 pm

Well we've been in the new house a year and slowly getting it fixed up. I've finally gotten some time to start setting up the shop/garage for the Vega. Last fall i had heat installed, now i'm drywalling and painting, soon to start wiring. I will need to make a steel trap door to the basement to cover the hole on the right. Here are some pics of progress so far.Hopefully soon i can start putting cabinets up from the floor to the walls and slowly gain floor space to move around.
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Left side entry and cabinet from old place(heavy bugger)
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Future steel trap door to basement
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Present wooden door covering the stairs
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Re: New home for the Vega

Postby Monza Harry » Tue Aug 08, 2017 1:55 pm

Nick You Are A Real Canadian! Only here would someone post a "car related Pic" in the August heat with a "Snow-Blower" in the foreground! :lol: {nice touch pointing at the basement :th: } I live in the "Banana Belt of Canada" my snow blower is an attachment for the weed Wacker and a "1964 Magna-Trac" rider with a plow. Mine was quickly relocated to the shed which is almost inaccessible in the winter, I know REAL SMART! :dunce: Harry
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Re: New home for the Vega

Postby Kenova » Tue Aug 08, 2017 10:19 pm

It's real handy having basement access from the garage. I have a little store room just inside the door. :th:

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Re: New home for the Vega

Postby NVEGAR8D » Tue Aug 08, 2017 11:35 pm

Hi, Thanks guys,I don't have a shed yet in the back yard so all the garden implements are crammed into the shop for now. I'll need to pour a pad out there next year when i get more time. Nick
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