parkertom

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About parkertom

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  • Birthday 10/31/1980

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    Berryville, VA
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  1. Agree! They work well with the wheel covers. Nice to see Buttercup on the road.
  2. I am a big fan of this car. If only this were a few months ago, before I added a car to my garage. I hope you find it a good home.
  3. I ended up doing an 8’x 10’ shed for the mower and yard tools. Some overflow parts storage too.
  4. Took the 60 LeSabre convertible over to a small gathering at a friend’s garage yesterday. It was the only non-Mopar classic there. Today, we attended a small informal cruise-in in town. It was a beautiful top down day for sure!
  5. Took the 60 Lesabre convertible out for its first outing of the season with my youngest. She said the backroads were like a roller coaster ride!
  6. I brought in an 8’x10’ shed and placed it behind the garage to keep from having to share space. Except in winter, when I bring the snowblower out and park it in the attached garage. Didn’t even use it this year!
  7. I should add...I have been considering adding a Reatta to the mix. That would fit nicely in the house garage and leave room for my wife to park comfortably nearby.
  8. Yes, we went with 24x25 to max out the Zoning limit of 600 square feet. Doors are 8’ H x 9’W. I placed deeper piers in locations for a future lift when I get to that point. The 20’ deep garage on the house is why I had to build this as a condition for moving here. My 72 Electra literally fit nearly front wall to door with no room to walk by, let alone maintain it.
  9. Primer and paint went up and now I can begin focusing on some cabinets and getting things organized. I installed one side mount garage door opener, the other door is still manual.
  10. With the break for COVID, I was able to take the time to put up OSB interior walls.
  11. As spring came we were able to get the driveway and sidewalk concrete in place. I could begin rolling my tool boxes in.
  12. Electrical and insulation took us into January where we took a break to wait for the driveway apron in warmer weather.
  13. Siding, concrete, the drywall ceiling, and garage doors followed closely after leading up to Christmas 2018.