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my shop is 33×40 i store my wood upstairs most of my tools i bought used.
I keep it heated all winter with outdoor woodburner i also heat my house and a potting shed.
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Nice machines. Can I come visit you with my crowbar and pickup truck?
Looks great...My Brother and I would love to have that much space...but our other halfs would have our hides hanging on the mantel.
Heck, I'd love to just have one story where I could put my machines in one place and leave them there. You lucky individual, you.
real nice and thanks for showing it. lovely, spacious and inviting. nothing wrong with old machines, I would buy all of mine from specific old marks if I find them in good condition. they were just made better. I wish I could say that I want to have a shop like this one day, but sadly it will never happen here - I just heard today that our dear government no longer will sell lotts over 350 square meters for private use, and that would simply not fit a house and a workshop on the same lot. maybe some day I will be fanatic enough about my woodworking to immigrate for this, but not today.
Nice Big Open Shop. I know by the amount of space you have, you enjoy it very much.
I like seeing the old tools on the wall. I bet you enjoy having your wood out of your way and it makes it easy it select the right wood for a project.
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