Discussion in 'Anything and everything' started by Pete, Oct 6, 2019.
put together right, beautiful.
add Groundworks, assembly, a roof, doors
Yep, beautiful, but is it just a glorified shed not a garage? How would it stand up to some Scottish winters? They have simpler cheaper options.
with a membrane, 200years? MYbe 300. I’m in the southwest, where it’s plenty wet Also. It’s the perfect garage. Stable temp(timber holds and releases moisture slowly), well proven, easy to put up shelves
But it is quite hard to put up shelves in them.
Not impressed by the flimsy garage doors.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/392466827749 seems a lot less expensive over there !
Does seem like a great deal. I wonder how big the ship box is and would it then fit into a Zed across the pond???
Sounds good CHRIS,I’ll have a nose as to wot I might get I haven’t power in the timber double garage which cost me £3500 plus the base but shouldn’t be a problem
Hopefully a Z winter. ..
Plan to work on the Red Z build, would be nice to have it ready for mid next year. eek!.. My Z needs some bodywork and can't really put it off any longer, so likely doing that, plus likely an engine rebuild.
We shall see, but that's "da plan"
I've not seen your car in the flesh Tim, but what bodywork does it need, it always looks so good in the pics ...
Cars - it's in the 'metal' Mike, not 'flesh' that is for people
Pedantry over, at the weekend I noticed the lower rear valence bubbling quite badly where mud has collected behind the mudtraps or is that mudflaps Tim?
He is determined to keep those on the car despite our best efforts to shame him into removing them
There are a couple of other areas which will require attention but I'll let him tell you more about his plans.
I think the car is finally seeing the toll from it's regular year round use over the last few years in the hands of Riddler and now Tim.
Tim my z is in the painters atm and they are quite good,used em before so if you r stuck gis a shout
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