In the top photo, I left out the band saw, old Shop Smith, scroll saw and drill press. You can barely see them. Out of the photo is the metal lathe, and the belt/disk sander, with the planer, on a roll around cart. In the tool cabinet is the router, sabre saw, belt sander, cordless drill, nail gun, and other assorted tools. The work bench is 4’ by 16’, left over from my airplane building days. The hangar is 30’ by 40’ but woodworking uses, maybe 20% of that space.
I was just wondering in the past you mentioned you were unable to fly anymore, your shop is a hanger and I noticed the Piper sign in your shop. Plus the fact your nickname is Shin, could that be a military aviator call sign? If I’m being too nosey, I apologize , but I have always loved airplanes and flying, and soloed in 1964.
Jack, there’s two Chevy’s in the hanger. A ‘64 stepside and a ’72 Fleetside. As for you being Nosey, nah, you’re just interested, and that’s cool. Never could be military, but “Shin” is my road name, as I ride motorcycles. The hangar houses my wood shop, two Chevy truck projects, a running ‘31 Model A roadster pickup and the pieces of two homebuilt airplanes. You’re a “Brother of the Air.” I solo’d about 30 years after you. :-)
Ianwater, the hangar does get hot, but I can fold the front open and get some air.