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Full of "stuff" right now. I am working on my 1959 Farmall 140 tractor to get it out of the way so I can start on my 1955 1st series Chevy 1/2 ton truck. I want it to be my daily ride. Then my wife says that she wants an old Chevy truck of her own to drive. I am also in the process of finishing the inside, insulating & beadboard paneling so it will be more comfortable to use in winter & summer.
One day I hope to retire so I can do some woodworking.

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Very cool. Except for the Chevy, I am not really sure there was anything I saw in the pics that was a woodworking tool… (The Chev can be used as a Lumber Buggy…)
 

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Hey Robbie,
Multi-talented….now that's cool…and a sweet shop to do it all in…good job.
 

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You are right, the truck is my sawhorse, etc. Most of the pics were taken b4 I bought my table saw/router table/band saw, etc. Any picture now wouldn't see past the mound of sawdust….
 

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Robbie, it looks like you have a lot going on in there. With two restoration jobs going at the same time it is no wonder that you are a busy man. If your wife is anything like mine, you had better consider restoring another truck for yourself and giving her the one you are working on. :)
 

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Scott, my wife says that you are a very smart man!!!
 

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That's a very nice shop and I love the truck.
 

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Good looking space to make some sawdust! Nice looking ride!! Steve in Oregon
 

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Nice shop! Love the truck. Will make a nice daily driver someday. Retirement..really? Is that Hottie yours?
 

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'Sounds a lot like my life…always got a thousand things going at one time and it seems there never is any time to accomplish some of those 'things'...

Heck but isn't that the life of any handy man i suppose, having lots of projects, for if the projects were to ever dry up then so would our soul.

Take care, Chris
 
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