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Eagles Nests - Shops

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Re: Eagles Nests - Shops
Sat Jul 06, 2019 11:40 pm


My vote would be for the property with the shop :D . You can always clean it out and sell the stuff for salvage.

In either case, I hope you end up with a good shop. I have never regretted building mine. Sadly the bus sits outside at the present time while I work on my other toys.

Jim
Jim Shepherd
Evergreen, CO
'85 Eagle 10 with Series 60 & Eaton AutoShift 10 speed transmission - not at all fancy, but fully functional
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Re: Eagles Nests - Shops
Sun Jul 07, 2019 10:14 am


The 40 X 80 shop would be dangerous - you would be tempted to put two buses in it! It all depends on the cost, it is usually cheaper to buy something already built. A skid steer could push all the junk out, but leave the barrel stove for heat. ;)
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Re: Eagles Nests - Shops
Thu Jul 11, 2019 4:53 pm


I have a vintage Fisher XL wood stove built in our home town of Springfield, OR waiting for a 3000 sq ft building to heat.
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