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Well, I will say that I think you'd have a much easier time selling either of those two Ford cars you have there in the garage.@MojoJojo , why do I picture you in black and white, smoking a cigarette, with a black/white spinning cone shaped object?
Seriously though, I live on a peninsula and with the prevailing wind being Southwest, which is the back of my garage, anything resembling a Saltbox type structure would be destroyed in the event of a hurricane.
@Joecruiser , I know I don't have to explain hurricanes to you, snow, well, let's just say; white lumpy rain.
@92bronco_dude , I am only considering selling if, and only "IF" the town will approve me adding on to my existing garage. Don't get me wrong, I have a kick-ass shop, but thing in my life have changed, and if I can find an means to the end , I will let it go. granted, my shop is 600V three phase, so I will not be able to keep a lot of my equipment like my lathe, Bridgeport, etc. but, if it will save me money in the long run........
@GetBent4x4 , steel is only an option if I decide to build out back.
@Doosenberry , you are right, as usual, you have nothing to add. But seriously, it is also bigger than my house . My wife always asked me why the garage is bigger than our home, and then she complains that there id not enough room in the garage for her gardening stuff, and oh yeah, her car.
I want to say that out here in the West where I live that a monster truck Bronco like that would sell fairly quick. For what price, I don't know. Again, not very valuable information here. hah.
I guess I would sell it for however much you need to expand your garage. Sounds pretty simple, Joe. Duh. 😏