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    Or half naked chicks on a red Corvette...
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    *hits ebay for a bunch of old Miss NGK posters*

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    ^ Needs whitewalls.

    Don't forget a clock.

    I'm in the market for another garage clock to replace a cheap plastic one I bought when we bought our current house. It finally quit working. Thinking I might hit the local antique mall and find an old kitchen clock from the 1970s, perhaps. Don't want one that's too "garagey" like every other guy has.

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    New toy get! I bought a soap cannon too.

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    IF YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM, BLIND THEM!

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    I was thinking of putting in the mini-split this summer, but I'm hitting the pause button on this project for a year or so.

    I'd like to pay this dump off by the first quarter of 2025 and not have a mortgage anymore. Once that's done maybe I can find another car to put in the garage too.

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    Garage is looking like a great place to spend some time in!

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    Smaller lights for when I don't need 100,000 lumens to work by:

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    ^ Sexy!

    Hey, I know this is way off topic from Yeti's Weedmobile and garage so bright he's gotta wear shades, but just wanted to mention that finding a used battery-powered clock to replace the one that died in my own garage is proving to be quite the challenge. Sure, Target and Wal-Mart sell clocks all day long, and the local IKEA monstrosity has enough clocks to put one in every office in the Pentagon, probably. I've been to two large antique stores and yesterday I hit two thrift shops on the way home from work. I guess people just don't get rid of working clocks, no matter how ugly and out of style they may be. More to follow in my own garage thread, I guess.

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