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My very own Monte-ville!!!!
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Finally got the door done, now to clean it out and get the car in! Was a 12x23 shed, converted it into a garage so the Monte doesnt have to brave the winter in the back yard anymore. Thats a 10' wide door

 



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Looks great, Scott, and just in time.

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Thanks Frank. A lot more coming next year. I picked up a mess load of commercial 18'' carpet tiles for the low low price of ZERO!! So my Monte will be pampered, sitting on plush carpet and covered in flannel.

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Nice scotty!!!

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Carpet on the floor will help keep the dust and moisture down.

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Looks great Scott. Steve & i have to talk.



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good job Scott. looks like Steve did a great job on the shed.


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Looking Good Scott!!! Hate to see a Monte sit out all winter.

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Did some electrical work today, only have a single 110v 15a line right now. Enough for lights and the battery tender. Next year I'll be running 2 more 110 lines. I have a 60amp box in the shop, so I can tie into that.

Its 85% cleaned out. Going to hang 2 more lights tomorrow and start laying down the carpet tile. Hoping to have the Monte in it by next weekend so I can see if I need to build a shed for the lawn mower now or wait till spring if it fits in there with the car.

Ordered a custom fit car cover also. This way there is some ''ding'' protection from winter storage.

Have to call Jenn this week for a final detail before hibernation.

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carpet down and car in!!!!

 

 



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looks good Scott, plenty of room to move around.

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very nice. glad she'll have a home for the winter.

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I think you can a motorcycle in there also.....

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Looks comfy in there! Should work out great for the winter

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frankoc wrote:

Carpet on the floor will help keep the dust and moisture down.


 but wont carpet actually trap moisture and dust ?



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ive heard that u need to lower windows a crack to let moisture out? also something about the tires so they dont have flat spots?

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Carpet will help limit flat spots. Its indoors, so no water issue with the carpet. As for dust, vacuum.

4th gens are far from air tight, my weatherstriping lets water pass through, so air isnt a problem...lol

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