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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Dean-Royal] #88811
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On a more serious note I think Vintage = Clutter



Notice the lawn mower and assorted tools and gaskets.


Last edited by Morph; 17/04/12 07:53 PM.

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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Morph] #88816
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[quote=Morph]On a more serious note I think Vintage = Clutter

Excellent! Love the bike one especially! smile


Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Jays] #88826
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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Richard - Aus] #88839
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I have a different version. Been lying around the office for years swmbo won't let me put it on the front of the house mad2
Guess it will just have to go on the garage door laugh2


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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Morph] #88859
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Originally Posted By Morph
On a more serious note I think Vintage = Clutter



Notice the lawn mower and assorted tools and gaskets.



Is the Bike that Harley Davidson thats just been on Dealers for 45k ?

Last edited by deanroyal; 18/04/12 10:24 AM.

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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Dean-Royal] #88862
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Two crackin' photos! cloud9

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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Graham, G4FUJ] #88865
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The bikes look great


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Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: John V6] #88908
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Thanks, great inspiration notworthy I also understand that one thing is the initial set-up...and that the authentic clutter needs decades to develop oldgit

Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: Dean-Royal] #88910
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Originally Posted By deanroyal
Originally Posted By M3W
(hasn't paint started to be pretty expensive?). Opened up the paint today and it was still OK...and to my happy surprise: Sports White/Ivory laugh2

Penny for Penny, or euro for euro i think you will find (like many things today) Paint is cheaper than ever


I noticed in earlier posts that you seems to have expertice or special interest in the chemical department? Good to have that knowledge here att TM!

When thinking about it...you might be right regarding the price, I just try to avoid buying all the the new super cheap no brand alternatives - or am I fooled in beliving that there is a difference in paint quality or amount of pigment? spend Anyway, the sports white look-a-like looks great on the walls, second layer applied tomorrow joy

Re: Vintage garage - inspiration? [Re: M3W] #88912
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there are app 3 main Pigment manufactures around the world, whom sell to Paint manufacturers at similar prices, its then upto the Paint manufacturer as to the % of pigment-to-Resin ratio they work with (resin been the cheaper product) then the overheads he/she wants to incorporate, ie Reps Staff etc etc. Branding also plays a large part in pricing. example 1x Manufacturer, has 3x different Brands,and 3x different pricing structures, same stuff in either Tin, just Distributed in different channels.

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