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Author:  Mr Camouflage [ Fri May 15, 2015 11:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Show us your Shed

Show us your Shed/Workshop/Garage/Man-cave.

Lets see all your garages and places you work on the Datsun.

What tools/setup/things could you not do without?

Work benches
Heating/cooling
Tools
Entertainment

Inspire other members with ideas for their workshop.

So show the rest of us what you have lurking in your shed.

Post your pics and show off your Man Cave.

If your want to document your shed build then feel free to make your own thread, otherwise if you just want to post a pic or 2 then you can just add to this thread.

Author:  Nads [ Sat May 16, 2015 12:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Hi All

I thought I might start this off.
Here is a few pictures of my Shed.
New additions to the tools
1. Two Post Hoist
2. Rotissorie

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Author:  Dave [ Sat May 16, 2015 6:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Hehe, a thread I can win :lol:

Assuming the competition is how much stuff you can cram into a shed. 6m x 8.4m (8.4m, incidentally, is 2 x Datsun 1600's long), contains the aforementioned 2x1600's, my 180B SSS coupe on the rotisseries, plus near 30 years of accumulated spares.

%The pics are in chronological order, nice and clean was not long after I built the shed, later ones are as it started to fill up....I might get some more up-to-date pics over the weekend, I 've managed to put a whole lot more stuff in the shed after selling my parent's place last year :shock:


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Author:  Dave [ Sat May 16, 2015 6:26 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

What could I not do without ?

Oxy welding set, complete with Henrob torch. Great for rust repairs / panelbeating.

My compressor and spraypainting gear.

Small lathe and mill.

Mosquito coils. You wouldn't believe the number of mossies at my place.

What do I need ?

More tool storage space so I don't spend half my shed time looking for stuff.

More organisation / neatness.....

Entertainment :

CD player with speakers rescued from a kerbside cleanup.

Heating / Cooling :

I have a fan, a window and a roller door.

Other features ?

It now has a "Spraybooth" made from old advertising sign that are printed on tarp-like material, that can be rolled up when not in use.

Author:  Hatchman [ Mon May 18, 2015 1:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Took this photo not long after we moved into the new place in January

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It's pretty decent, will hold four VE Commodores comfortably. Future plans are for a hoist, big workbench and room for more tools to help with simple panel beating (when I learn how to do it) and to shape a surfboard or two one day

Author:  Mr Camouflage [ Wed May 27, 2015 3:50 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Old shed from the house I had to move out of.
Couldn't get into it for the last 6 or more years due to the Mrs OCD collecting of stuffed toys. Got sick of them being in the house, so bagged them all up and stuffed them in the shed, and that was the end of working on cars for me for. It didn't stop her collecting more though :(
Had a pit and 2 power points and room for 2 cars, but thats all it had going for it.
The photo is from when I started cleaning all the junk out and was finally able to see the 2 cars that were buried in there for the first time in years.

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Author:  SR20Datsun [ Wed May 27, 2015 9:27 am ]
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I guess the stuffed toys are good for moisture absorption and stopping rust on those beauties? :rofl:

Author:  DatsEZ+ [ Thu Jun 15, 2017 12:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Not set up yet.Just found out I will be doing two1600's not one.The wife is buying one for herself too.I can just manage two rotisseries side by side .I will however need to put in some sort of hoist to store parts in my loft.I am still unpacking gear as I only recently moved to my new house.
DatsEZ

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Author:  DatsEZ+ [ Thu Jun 15, 2017 12:14 pm ]
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Inside

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Author:  DatsEZ+ [ Thu Jun 15, 2017 12:17 pm ]
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One more

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Author:  sutho510 [ Fri Jun 16, 2017 7:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Wow what a shed mate i wish i had something like this

Author:  DatsEZ+ [ Sun Jun 18, 2017 12:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Show us your Shed

Yeah Sutho510 I had to wait until I was 57 years old to get this.A bit hard in Sydney that's why I sold my house there in the mid 80'sI am a tad north of Newcastle .Just down sized my house I formally lived in Newcastle but had no carport it garage either.
DatsEZ

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