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End Walls

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  1. End walls partially up, basically just slide the panels in and start bolting them together. You can see the "channel" installed along the last arch which holds the top of the end wall panels in place.
  2. Cut the panels above the people door to fit.
  3. And you end up with just the opening for the garage door.
  4. Not even done construction and you can see residents starting to move in!
  5. BFFs
  6. Cars give a good idea of scale.
  7. By now I'm sure you noticed the strap holding the door closed, not anymore! Hardware!

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  1. More residents moving in.
  2. Oh no! The snow's come early!
  3. Installed the edges for the garage door, then installed the panels above the header beam for the garage door.
  4. After installing the rails for the garage doors, the panels are stacked and rollers installed.
  5. My handy assistant George posing next to the big 14x14 door.

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  1. The SC Type is not pleased with a slight dusting of snow on the bonnet. Time for another door install!
  2. George levelling expertly on the smaller 10x10 door. Notice the two filler panels missing. The low height of the door and big drop to the ground outside meant that installing these ends was impossible at the time, with the equipment available. Need to rent the boom again!
  3. All cozy!

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aw man, that picture of the T makes me horny for it! - ripcurl August 8th 2014
What year is your supra? Why is there no supra build!!!? - spkr August 7th 2014

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