[hackerspaces] And now for something completely different...

bownes bownes at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 16:01:26 CET 2015

As we were designing our new home, one of the things that we wanted was a space where we could work on automobiles. 

However, the logistics of automobile service and gasoline in a 150 year old wooden structure prevented this from becoming a reality. We do, however have a 14 x 10' lift from the basement shop area to street level. We have also acknowledged that there maybe some fabrication of alternative fuel vehicles within our space.

We are eying the carriage house across the alley as possible home for a three bay automobile shop as a future option tho. 

> On Feb 23, 2015, at 00:24, Arclight <arclight at gmail.com> wrote:
> Question: How many other space out there let people work on their
> cars/automotive stuff? We will open up the space for "car maintenance"
> day from time to time. This has been really popular, as people are
> trying to save money and be more self-sufficient. It's been a hit with
> the ladies as well.
> We do not let people leave vehicles on the premises, as experience has
> taught us that folks get difficult and unresponsive when you need them
> gone.
> Anyone else doing similar things?
> Cheers,
> Arclight
> 23b Shop
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