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    Thanks mate, that is very helpful and I can see fitting out an engine/car shop is going to be a bit of work and a lot of fun
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    You will find pits (that is an acceptable term) as well as car jacks, welding supplies, tool boxes (lots of tool boxes), spare parts (wheels, traction motors, engine blocks...).
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    Whelp, this is what I got...it arrived this morning



    Now to get the interior detail "stuff"!
    Cheers Tony

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    Agreed Chicago. After looking at both options I liked this one better. Not only the appearance but also the smaller foot print. As I believe you also said, it is large but will fit perfectly where I am thinking about placing it.
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