What is your name of the garage journal forum? I want to look up your progression and pictures. I used to have it and can't find it now.
Will you sell the current Saber setup? If so I'd like to be in touch.
when you start your home theater will you be making progress videos? That would be cool
Where is the 'garage' located when looking at the front of the house?
Why don't you polish taillights? I know you said why in a video but i can't find it anymore.
Where are you? No new uploads? Hope everything is ok
Google sketchup is your friend for drawing out in 3d what you want the garage to look like. Think ms paint, in 3d! Plans look great too matt
I think this will need a lift in the center garage!
Matt, about the windows. If what you want is natural light. I suggest Sky Light windows through the Roof.
Also an M3 Owner. Funny thing is we have very similar stories of life and cars.
Love your great ideas, your simplicity and approach to these things me me really enjoy watching your content. Love the M3 too…!
I love your ideas and your simplistic clean approach. You have convinced me on the Saber cabinets and I really like the look of the swisstrax flooring. I was going to use your current garage as a guide to my new 24×32 garage, but at over $4k, I don't know if I can pull the trigger for the swisstrax. The Saber cabinets are expensive but I can justify the cost due to their functionality. the floor would mainly be for looks. I was curious about your flooring decision for the new garage and was blown away that you were sticking with the swisstrax. Knowing all about your epoxy fail at your current house, have you even considered another option? Do you have any advice for a fellow detailer/garage enthusiast?
Matt i am forced to rewatch this video….UPLOAD A NEW VIDEO. I DONT CARE IF YOU JUST RECORD THE PORSCHE
Hi Matt, you should take a look at Sketch up with regards to designing the garage, its a basic 3D modelling software that is free and from Google, it will help you get a much better idea of things.http://www.sketchup.com/?gclid=Cj0KEQjwqsyxBRCIxtminsmwkMABEiQAzL34PQ1Ww7uNGrtplVYmUSSK9b6a6n6FCT2BGvXFYPyQ6_QaAl218P8HAQ
Its awesome to have something to plan and look forward to like this. I am guessing the costs for the structural changes, plumbing, electrical, HVAC and basically just getting the building the way you want is going to eat most of $75K before you ever put anything in it. Something you may consider is to use your network to find a contractor you can trust to give you some idea of whats possible with the existing structure and ballpark costs for what you want to turn it into. I'm sure you will find a way to get what you want in the long run. Good luck with your project.
you getting the new rupes? can't wait for the extra power
Your honestly my idol
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