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Old 04-12-2012
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Default The Ultimate RV Garage

Check out this guys toy box...be sure to watch the video!
Robert in Hollister, CA
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looked like a wanderlodge there in that vid
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that is amazing. I believe the RV it is a Country Coach.

I would be happy with a garage like yours, this one is way over the top. 5 million on a garage.
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Courtenay, BC
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I saw this on TV the other night and just couldn't get over someone spending $5M on a garage. This place is something else. When I watch this show it is amazing the amounts of money people spend on stuff in their homes.

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Underground, 6000 sqft space. You'd better build it water proof
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Impressive garage. Unimpressive cars in it. But I would guess he could remedy that
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Man that is quite the garage. BUT I have to say... if I was going to spend 5M on a garage with a complex hydraulic lift system I would have had the ceiling height and a lift installed to lift my bus and cars up in the air to work on by my private mechanic of course! I mean you don't want to actually have to take things in for service do you???
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Robert this was great thanks for the show!!
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I saw this on TV,the guy builds the airplane lifts on aircraft carriers,i guess money is no object.
That shop is too clean and white for me,it needs some grease and some beer cans!
email me at randy@randydupree.com only.

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I have a nephew who is a former Delta pilot, and now the director of flight operations for a large corporation that owns several corporate jets. I went to visit him at his "office" once and the hanger where they work on the jets looks like this shop. I'm telling you, you could eat off the floor. If there is a single drop of oil on the floor there are a group of mechanics on that like flies on sushi. Not only do they wipe it up immediately, but they tear apart what ever caused the drip in the first place.

His Hanger, is cleaner that most hospital operating rooms.

John & Aleda Ellsworth
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