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Old 03-12-2005, 08:16 AM
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Show off pictures of your workshop.

THis is mine, i guess id consider it a workshop...
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Old 03-12-2005, 07:59 PM
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Hey Paul, I made this once I got home. Here are some pics. And by the way I also got my parts abd there will be pics in the "My Rusty" thread.
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Old 03-12-2005, 08:29 PM
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herse min, its small but im addign a 3rd car to it! not to mention, i only started about 4 months ago.
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Old 03-12-2005, 08:36 PM
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wowm quite a collection!
Old 03-12-2005, 08:40 PM
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First pic is where i work on my RC10GT...as you can see its a mess. Under it I have parts for it in the grey, under my shoes are parts for my MGT, and those mags are all RC mags. Up over my computer I have 3 remotes for my 3 nitros, behind that tool box is a pile of wheels for the RC10GT and 4tec.



Saddly thats half of it...the rest are scattered around in my room and i dont feel like takin pics. [:-]
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Old 03-12-2005, 08:43 PM
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Ok heres my MGT's bed...which is over my bed...

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Old 03-12-2005, 08:48 PM
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cool stuff icrashthings!

do you happen, or anyone, happen to have a picture of servos after they have been plastic dipped?
Old 03-12-2005, 09:49 PM
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Here is a couple pics of my bench, which not only is where I fix my cars, but where I do most of my relaxing and deep thinking as well, not to mention a place to just get away for a couple minutes from the chaos of my three year old living upstairs .
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Old 03-12-2005, 11:36 PM
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here is a pic of part of the shop. and one from the house looking at the front
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Old 03-13-2005, 12:07 AM
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i wish i had those work shop maby someday
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My workshop before
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My workshop in process
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My worshop is a closet, but the closet had a heavy wood bench made an shelves, originally for the prior owners wife to do her craft garbage. For 11 years my exwife used it to store her CRAP that she never even used, projects that never got started or finished. When she left I cleaned it out and this is the result, my workbench and work area. When I am done I can slide the chair under and close the doors so it just looks like a closet. I love it.
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Thats a sweet workspace Cen. Since my basement is finished, the closet lab is the closest I could get to a workshop with no garage. I really like your set up though. Is that garage or basement? Im sure as the years progress I will end up absorbing parts of the basement into the hobby. I already have a seperate table with 4 cars lined up on it. lol I GOTTA EXPAND!!! why do we feel like we always want another new one???
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This is my lab area at work, I seem to be locked out of my account that has pictures of my home workshop....



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I forgot about that post, it was a while ago. The shop has grown considerably as has the amount of vehicles that currently reside there. I've added quite a few more buggy's, crawlers and touring cars to the mix so the shelf on the right is now full of vehicles as well and I have more shelf space which isn't shown. . I've also added space to help with some of my other projects as well. My son has a multi copter business which requires heavy use of Carbon Fiber production work,So there is room for that as well. Its a wonder that my wife puts up with me and the toys as she calls it. I also have a track which is probably too big to run MiniZ's on. Its always fun trying to do laundry while not walking on the track. As for your question, its in my basement. The whole setup takes up a small portion of the basement while the track takes up probably half.. LOL The funniest part of all this is one of the guys I run cars with has his work area and basement that is probably 4 times the size of mine and the whole area is for cars, display and repairs..
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I forgot about that post, it was a while ago. The shop has grown considerably as has the amount of vehicles that currently reside there. I've added quite a few more buggy's, crawlers and touring cars to the mix so the shelf on the right is now full of vehicles as well and I have more shelf space which isn't shown. . I've also added space to help with some of my other projects as well. My son has a multi copter business which requires heavy use of Carbon Fiber production work,So there is room for that as well. Its a wonder that my wife puts up with me and the toys as she calls it. I also have a track which is probably too big to run MiniZ's on. Its always fun trying to do laundry while not walking on the track. As for your question, its in my basement. The whole setup takes up a small portion of the basement while the track takes up probably half.. LOL The funniest part of all this is one of the guys I run cars with has his work area and basement that is probably 4 times the size of mine and the whole area is for cars, display and repairs..
Thats pretty cool. I am so wishing to find a few people to run with here in my area. I have seen a few races held a little bit north of me that are fairly simple, no pros, so I may go to that this year to try and find friends to run with. My neighbors hate it, and give me grief all the time. I try and run up to the local park most times but the street is my favorite spot to run. My neighborhood is small and not much traffic. But I have some elderly neighbors that will try to stomp them if they can get their bodies close enough. One neighbor tried to spray my vehicle with a garden hose. Its disturbing the level of disrespect these people have, but its okay for them to run a chainsaw or a weed trimmer or shoot off fireworks until 2 in the morning on holidays. What do they think is going to happen if they destroy or damage my vehicle. would I call the cops, or just drop them like a bad habit? I am thinking the latter of the two would be more fun but more confining too, like a prison cell.
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I run occasionally nitro or gas but for the most part we run electric. Not always because of the noise, but more for the ease of use. We race or at the very least hang out every Saturday night and most sunday mornings running something. Whether it be touring cars at night, crawlers or trucks, whatever it is we find a way to have fun. On rainy days its indoor miniz's or drifters in the basement. This group of friends has been together for the last couple of years and we just finished a dirt track 50 x50 with jumps and a rather large crawler track at another members house. This is the sunday morning hangout. We even have our wives, girlfriends and kids involved. The group varies in age from the 8 years old all the way to the mid 60's. New members are always welcome and encouraged, but we have one longstanding policy. We play hard especially with these cars. If one breaks... Oh well... there is no complaining allowed. We have so many spare parts and vehicles, nobody will be without a ride to run... Its a lot of fun.
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I run occasionally nitro or gas but for the most part we run electric. Not always because of the noise, but more for the ease of use. We race or at the very least hang out every Saturday night and most sunday mornings running something. Whether it be touring cars at night, crawlers or trucks, whatever it is we find a way to have fun. On rainy days its indoor miniz's or drifters in the basement. This group of friends has been together for the last couple of years and we just finished a dirt track 50 x50 with jumps and a rather large crawler track at another members house. This is the sunday morning hangout. We even have our wives, girlfriends and kids involved. The group varies in age from the 8 years old all the way to the mid 60's. New members are always welcome and encouraged, but we have one longstanding policy. We play hard especially with these cars. If one breaks... Oh well... there is no complaining allowed. We have so many spare parts and vehicles, nobody will be without a ride to run... Its a lot of fun.
Yeah we have a guy named Brian Davies here who has several tracks at his house and he has events all year long with give aways and he has like 20 Slashes for short course racing so even people with no vehicles can come and rent a pack and car for the day for races. Its a neat idea. This will be my first year going but I think it will be fun. I have to get out and meet people who love this hobby like me. Doing it in the neighborhood doesn't attract the right attention and also doesn't help meet others with that interest. Some are like, wow thats cool, then they find out that its not a toy its pretty intricate and detailed and the cost especially and they are done. Lol they act interested if you let them play with yours but if you expect them to invest in one themselves your insane lol. SO, they no longer are allowed to use mine. They don't have the money or willingness to fix if they break them so why bother letting them drive them. The neighbor actually coped a tude when I wouldn't let his 7 year old drive my 1200 dollar Yeti, um no not gonna happen. lol

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I wish I could get away with building an RC at work LOL As soon as I get my tax return I am going to buy another kit and everything I want for it like a wraith? maybe. I am not sure yet. I have compiled wish lists on several sites with several different vehicles. You can make tons of wish lists under different names
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Can't do one at work where I am. I'm in the car business and I don't think the owner would appreciate it too much. I have a decent setup at home so I'm good. I really tend to ignore my neighbors when I run anyway, although they don't ask to drive anything. If nothing else, they tend to get in the way when I am running but thats about all. I've learned a long time ago not to let others drive my cars and I don't really discuss what they cost. I got tired of hearing about why I spent what I spent and about their toy grade cars. If they balk at the price the first time, you are not likely going to convince them that your vehicle is any better than the junk at Walmart or Toys R US.
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Can't do one at work where I am. I'm in the car business and I don't think the owner would appreciate it too much. I have a decent setup at home so I'm good. I really tend to ignore my neighbors when I run anyway, although they don't ask to drive anything. If nothing else, they tend to get in the way when I am running but thats about all. I've learned a long time ago not to let others drive my cars and I don't really discuss what they cost. I got tired of hearing about why I spent what I spent and about their toy grade cars. If they balk at the price the first time, you are not likely going to convince them that your vehicle is any better than the junk at Walmart or Toys R US.
Lol I know they would be like "oh yeah, I got one of those, I think its a Nikko, that things was pricey at Radio Shack"

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