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9914s 11-04-2015 01:03 PM

https://cimg5.ibsrv.net/gimg/rennlis...416f1dba4.jpeg

mooty 11-05-2015 12:44 AM


Originally Posted by Jon70 (Post 12729167)
Good eye!

nice, i never ridden a TT bike
but i love to get pulled by them.
all my rides end with a local TT route, 4.5 miles one direction then U turn back. in 4.5miles i gained 6 min tucked behind a cervello TT bike not sure P5 or not. he was surprised i kept up all 4.5 miles, little did he know, my legs were dying and about to fall off while my heart rate prolly 500bpm about to explode :to_order:

consolidated 11-05-2015 04:50 PM


Originally Posted by mooty (Post 12728523)
another architect?
ARE 10% knowledge is about right, my 2ndary egress stair was a disaster but it got me passed ;-)
and i am good a penetrating 4 hour walls (lots of hospitals)
respect.
everything in TX is BIG

Yep, another, good to see a few of us on a Por$che board. Sounds like you found fertile ground elsewhere.

I failed the furniture layout part of the exam, poor ADA person would have been stuck between a desk and a wall for eternity.

I had to start my own firm because working for people made me lazy.

We need a bikes and motorcycles thread too, Winter is almost upon us. Not really thought for those of us in CA/TX/FL...

slm 11-05-2015 08:09 PM

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The barn...

dunlopnick 11-05-2015 11:34 PM

Christian info
 
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Originally Posted by ChristianR (Post 12728056)
whats the brand and model of lift and can you measure from the ground to the top pf the roof of the car on top, i would really appreciate it

thanks

Ceiling height is 10ft
Dimension to the top of ramp surface where gt3 sits is 5ft 2 plus std height of gt3 (50 ins / 4ft 2 approx)
See model in pic

mooty 11-06-2015 01:34 AM


Originally Posted by consolidated (Post 12733266)
Yep, another, good to see a few of us on a Por$che board. Sounds like you found fertile ground elsewhere.

I failed the furniture layout part of the exam, poor ADA person would have been stuck between a desk and a wall for eternity.

I had to start my own firm because working for people made me lazy.

We need a bikes and motorcycles thread too, Winter is almost upon us. Not really thought for those of us in CA/TX/FL...

one season is great. when it rains here, i dont know what to do. i dont leave the house when it rains. scares me hahaha

i got tired dealing with OSHPAD in hospital architecture. moved to custom hi end homes. then the patrons tell me what to do. his and her toilet lined up next to bidet...... three sinks in one bathroom after threesome. i have done bowling alley in homes but one guy wanted a DENTAL EXAM ROOM in his place. for the longest time i thought he was a dentist. get it wiff of this, he is NOT dentist. he wanted the dental exam room (with x ray machine and all) so his dentist can see him at home.... ok... at some point, i had to get out. i have met some really crazy patrons.... that my explain much about why i am insane they way i am....




Originally Posted by slm (Post 12733844)
The barn...

that's a nice barn!!!

CAlexio 11-06-2015 02:10 AM

Mooty,

When my parents built their house in the US, the builder was an old redneck from Georgia.. We told him we wanted bides in every bathroom and he called us the most eccentric people he'd ever met.. It was hilarious, my parents are the most modest and conventional people in the world.. I guess he thought bides were some useless symbol.

alaint101 11-06-2015 06:55 AM

Found this site started by a friend. A few things might seem fun for the garage, e.g. the parking signs...

http://www.legendlines.com/german-sp...assics/porsche

No personal affiliations other than she's an old friend living on the other (West) coast.

9114609048 11-06-2015 01:33 PM

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Originally Posted by mooty (Post 12731511)
nice, i never ridden a TT bike
but i love to get pulled by them.
all my rides end with a local TT route, 4.5 miles one direction then U turn back. in 4.5miles i gained 6 min tucked behind a cervello TT bike not sure P5 or not. he was surprised i kept up all 4.5 miles, little did he know, my legs were dying and about to fall off while my heart rate prolly 500bpm about to explode :to_order:

This one would lower your heart rate! Our little company in France used to fabricate these and other frames for pro teams. Cycling is a great sport to get fit and mentally prepared for car racing.

:cool:

slm 11-07-2015 10:04 PM


Originally Posted by mooty (Post 12734642)
that's a nice barn!!!

Thanks.

Race Tech Forged 11-07-2015 10:27 PM


Originally Posted by Streetking (Post 12683598)
I have a warehouse at my office where I keep my track cars, trailers and I rotate cars from there . My main Garage holds 8, has a bar area, sitting area and bathroom. I have a 3 car garage for my daily drivers..


very nice!

Race Tech Forged 11-07-2015 10:46 PM


Originally Posted by RDH (Post 12727901)
mine...I have some floor tiles ordered...should look better once installed

http://www.guzer.com/pictures/apartment_garage.jpg

:rockon:

Race Tech Forged 11-07-2015 10:48 PM


Originally Posted by anonymous918 (Post 12699870)
sorry no cool "completed" pictures yet - my garage is currently under construction... anybody can guess what the hole is for in the middle of the last picture?


https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/rennlis...cb6816fcfc.jpg

...

https://cimg2.ibsrv.net/gimg/rennlis...a9963f883d.jpg

can't wait to see when its completed. Great joB! :to_order:

mooty 11-08-2015 03:18 AM


Originally Posted by 9114609048 (Post 12735723)
This one would lower your heart rate! Our little company in France used to fabricate these and other frames for pro teams. Cycling is a great sport to get fit and mentally prepared for car racing.

:cool:

oh my, french bike with dura ace, sacrilege... :thumbsup:
is that a 11/23 cog? it was 20 years ago since i had a 11/23 haha

9114609048 11-08-2015 12:22 PM

11-23
 
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Originally Posted by mooty (Post 12739747)
oh my, french bike with dura ace, sacrilege... :thumbsup:
is that a 11/23 cog? it was 20 years ago since i had a 11/23 haha

Hi Mooty,
Yes! 11-23. The Jean Delatour pro team bikes were built at our CYFAC frame shop in La Fuye, France, then assembled in Lyon at Jean Delatour's race shop, where I snapped the photos. Yes...Shimano, because of sponsorship in 2000!

Now, back to cool garages...
I'll have a photo of mine soon. Just the garage, no Porsche at the moment! Got "hooked" again after a friend gave me a ride in his Porsche. Haven't driven one in 20 years!

(past.. 912, 911S, 914 6, 911R, 2.8 Carrera, 3.0 RSR, 934.5, 930 Turbo, 964 Turbo)


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