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This garage is a tribute to Daniel Iacoangelia of Scenes Unlimited. I also want thank everyone at the Model Car Forum who helped to fuel my interest after 40 years. Your ideas and tips have been of great help to me. I hope I have put them to good use.

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Thanks for everyone's kind comments.

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This is so keel. I love it. I sense another brick walled dio build in my future after seeing your creation.

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Thanks for viewing the garage. Here are some images under construction.

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My favorite part is the air tool/paint peg board.

Very kool car dolly too.

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Fantastic Ron! ...seeing your dio at this stage makes we want to get after mine. Love all the detail work you put into this. The pic with the lights on is one of my favorites.....great job my friend.....

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Hey Ron and Danny.....

I thought I was getting some familiar vibes from this dio Ron. Definitely a superb tribute to another masterpiece!

Tony

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Danny,

I was taught by a master. Thanks for all your inspiration.

Tony,

Thanks for your interest.

I spent about 1 year on the garage.

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Wild!....................Wish I had a beautiful shop like that in my back yard! Love those old garages........not so crazy about the new stuff. This is right on!!

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Alan,

Thanks for viewing my Hot-Rod Garage. Some of the more experienced builders have done a

wonderful job. I sure appreciate what I have learned from them, Romell, D. Raper, Dr. Cranky, Ken Hamilton,

Danny and the rest on the Forum.

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This is a very impressive piece. I truly enjoy the well used look in any diorama and you've captured it very well here. Well done!

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Darryl and Jim,

Thank you both for viewing my garage. Needless to say I picked up some great ideas from both your sites.

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Here is my photobucket link. I recently added two figures, a tire stand and a magazine holder.

Thanks for viewing my Hot Rod-Garage. I've been inspired by the Dean-of-Dioramas

Ken Hamilton, and his book "How to Build Creative Dioramas for Your Scal3-23-12001.jpge Auto Models."

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