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Jim Smith
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#1 Posted: 10/21/2009 13:08:10

We homebuilt aircraft builders are the kings of Man Caves! Tell us about your Man Cave!

 Upload your picture using the little camera icon OR click on the little TV with the plus sign on it and put in a URL of your picture from your website:

 Example: <img src="<img src="http://smittysrv.com/images/mancave.gif" />

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Joanne Palmer
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#2 Posted: 10/21/2009 18:00:18

Well...what aout the female builders?  Do we have Woman Caves?  Or maybe we should just drop the sexism and call them workshops....



Rick Daniels
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#3 Posted: 10/21/2009 22:12:29

Sexism??? Come on.  Didn't think being a victim would be cool here too.  How about Norweigan workshops instead of man caves.  Then Norweigan's like me wouldn't be offended.



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Jeff Point
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#4 Posted: 10/22/2009 00:36:16
Joanne Palmer wrote:

 

Well...what aout the female builders?  Do we have Woman Caves?  Or maybe we should just drop the sexism and call them workshops....

Well, what about them?  Let's see some "woman cave" pictures and see how they compare to our "man caves."  Then we can decide.

I think the gauntlet has been thrown!

(All in fun, of course.)



Eric Peterson
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#5 Posted: 10/22/2009 09:54:06

This is my boys club hideout(s). GIRLS ARE ALLOWED, but must be escorted.



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Bryce Custer
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#6 Posted: 10/22/2009 20:52:22

Eric,

What are the doors in the second picture made of?  Is that insulated glass?  Thanks, Bryce



Jim Zimmerman
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#7 Posted: 10/22/2009 21:04:19


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Eric Peterson
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#8 Posted: 10/22/2009 21:07:07

Bryce, It is made by Stack Door out of Wellington, KS. The door is made of rectangular steel tube sections with a layer of brown/gray fiberglass on the outside. It supposed to be ultraviolet filtering. Mine is not insulated. You could put in styrofoam panels inbetween the frame work, but I'm getting massive amounts of light through them, I oppted out of the insul. I suppose it might get warmer with out in the afternoon, but I'm a morning person and out of there in the P.M. Eric



Bryce Custer
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#9 Posted: 10/22/2009 21:20:39

Thanks Eric.   Yeah, the light is NICE!  

Jim, what plane is that?



Eric Peterson
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#10 Posted: 10/22/2009 21:30:24

Polliwagen and a 1960 Champion 7GCB(groud looped and waiting for repair).



Jim Zimmerman
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#11 Posted: 10/22/2009 22:59:14

Bruce,

It is a Kitfox series 5 with an 0-200.



Donald Morrisey
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#12 Posted: 10/26/2009 12:37:33 Modified: 10/26/2009 12:39:50
N2C; BushCaddy R 120 w/O235-L2C; http://www.donsbushcaddy.com
Jim Smith
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#13 Posted: 10/27/2009 12:33:33

Bless this mess...




Andy Gamache
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#14 Posted: 10/27/2009 13:08:52 Modified: 10/27/2009 13:10:57

Previously posted on the Purple Board. I still need to do some work on it...

 

 

 
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