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One word, "SWEET"!


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Awesome place! Love your design, and the collection too! May I ask how big the building is to fit all that in? Looks taller than most too? Great job!

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Very well planned out! Looks fantastic Jason! Thanks for sharing!

On a side note at least I now know who I lost out on that un-cut sheet of signal cans to..LOL.


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Fantastic job to you and your Contactor friend, Jason... Looks as if the work became a "Family Affair"..

Every image, shows that a lot of thought went into the planning of the building and the theme you accomplished...

I can imagine that a lot of Car Club's will now contact you. To see what you would charge them for a Tour of your Collection and do photo ops; In front of your Station....

Thank you for sharing the fantastic images of your great looking Station....


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Nicely done. Certainly a well presented display.

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Love it !! Definitely thought out well!!


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Ohh my! Jason that is amazing. I can't believe how sweet that looks! Great job!


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Thank you for all the nice comments. You guys are too funny as well. The barn itself is 50 ft wide by 70 long with the center height at 26 ft. The gas station is 22 wide by 12 ft deep on the bottom floor with nine foot ceilings. The top floor is 22 ft wide by 16 deep with an 8 ft ceiling the slants down to 5 1/2 feet by the bedroom window. It was challenging getting what was in my head to become a reality, but we accomplished it with good communication and me being there working beside my friend almost the entire time. We had a car showroom our neighborhood last weekend and 35 cars showed up and about 70 people! About 20 guys backed in their cars for photo ops. We had a blast!


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Wow, very nice building and an amazing collection all wrapped into an awesome display!


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Simply amazing. Looks great Jason!

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Very good job son. I guess you get all your good ideas from me. I wanted to do this but ended up retired and traveling too much. Now I can just hang out at your place when at home and enjoy. I helped with this project by drinking his beer and observing which I do best. It is absolutely amazing in person.One very proud dad here.


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Ted, I know you're full of things, didn't know it was ideas!!! Guess we'll both have a beer when I get down there to see it in person.

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Now that's what deep in the game looks like.

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