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Author: Subject: FREE to collector - Home made mini garage/kit car cover
raplma

posted on 18/7/11 at 09:31 PM Reply With Quote
FREE to collector - Home made mini garage/kit car cover

I will be moving in the next week or so and no longer have need for the mini garage I built for the Sylva Autokits Star here in Enfield north London.

It was made from heavy duty plastic and recycled wood, slightly Heath Robinson but it worked a treat. The pics were after I built it so it is a little weathered now. It is possible to drive into it and get out but a little cramped to work under. It would be better if it was collected whole in a van or trailer by laying it on it's side, although it could easily be dismantled. If no takers by 28th July it'll be recycled again.

Approximate Dimensions

External WxDxH 2030 x 3660 x 1260mm (noting that the height is level for the first half before tapering down at the back to 960mm)
Internal: 1800 x 1180mm (doorway) useable depth 3530mm

Mark







This last pic is a morph of several which is why some of the frame appears bent, all the struts are straight accept the roof rib.

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macc man

posted on 18/7/11 at 10:02 PM Reply With Quote
Got to admire your ingenuity for solving a storage problem.






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woolly

posted on 19/7/11 at 08:20 AM Reply With Quote
just love the hand brake, top locoster
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Irony

posted on 19/7/11 at 09:53 AM Reply With Quote
I don't want it but I love it. Hehe oil catch pan as well!
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raplma

posted on 19/7/11 at 10:27 PM Reply With Quote
LOL

The catch pan is more for the signs of olde age, as the car is nearly 30 and some of the components coming up to 40 it has to get up several times during the night, and doesn't always make it! The head weeps water when cold, currently rebuilding another engine which I'll swap over eventually.

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PSpirine

posted on 19/7/11 at 10:59 PM Reply With Quote
That thing is seriously epic.
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eddie99

posted on 19/7/11 at 11:08 PM Reply With Quote
U2U sent!
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raplma

posted on 20/7/11 at 01:57 PM Reply With Quote
"Sold"
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