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Dale MC8
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« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2006, 07:41:34 PM »

Ross, quite some time ago there was an article in BCM about a couple that needed/wanted a shop. Both had projects/hobbies/etc.

Their solution was the purchase of a 18-wheeler refer trailer with a lift at the rear door. They moved their shop(s) in, used the refer part for A/C, the generator for electricity, etc. - you get the picture.

When they went on the road in their conversion the trailer went to a storage yard, when they settled down for awhile, they contacted a trucking company who would get a one-way trip ticket and haul it to their new residence.

I thought this was a neat solution to the 'no shop' problem.

Dale MC8

In Theory, theory and practice are the same.
In Practice, they aren't.
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