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Old 03-18-2007, 10:01 PM   #11
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yup- I am a MacGyver for sure. I made the couches, the stereo, the cabinets, and the house that it sits in. Not bad for an A/C & R
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How hard was the cat scratching post to make?
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cat post was bought- only the best for my cat sammy
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sammy nick name for samurai right
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Major props on all the wood work. Someday I hope to be able to do the same thing. Maybe not to the extent of couches but definately the garage and entertainment center stuff.


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Cool nice.

Yea, i collect them also. I dont know how to use them, but there also not the $400+ ones

The Best one i have a Made form 420 J2 Steel. its ok. it was $115.
I would love to train and learn how to use them the right way.

I dont have all of them out, but heres a couple pics.








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Nobody noticed the car in the garage?!?! Forget the wood stuff, I can make those....I WANT THAT CAR FOR MY COLLECTION!!

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Theres a better pic in his New Members thread.
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Nice shop and great storage ideas

One thing I noticed right away was the absence of a chair or stool, true sign of a productive garage
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