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Old 18 August 2014, 16:15   #11
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I would like a garage bigger than my house! Right now I have a two car garage that barely holds my tools. All of my woodworking and metal working is done outside. Put my boat in the garage? HA! Even our little Prius C wouldn't fit. A building with walls/curtains/doors segregating clean from dirty work sections would be nice. Plasma dust and sanding/routing dust gets on everything!

Squid Boat, your photo of the strippers, errr I mean ladies looks like it was taken at Ski Beach on the Sacramento Delta?
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Old 18 August 2014, 16:53   #12
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I can't really post my wants up on this thread as I already have everything I want
I thought you were moving Biff?
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Old 18 August 2014, 16:58   #13
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Yep. In about a year. Will takeout of my tools with me. Looking at some nice places down your way. Looked at one with a 130 x 70 ft barn in 9 acres. Oh house as well
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Yep. In about a year. Will takeout of my tools with me. Looking at some nice places down your way. Looked at one with a 130 x 70 ft barn in 9 acres. Oh house as well
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Squid Boat, your photo of the strippers, errr I mean ladies looks like it was taken at Ski Beach on the Sacramento Delta?
I just don't remember at this time.

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Old 18 August 2014, 17:41   #16
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I've got big plans for an SR4....

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The perfect Ribnetter's 'Man Cave'

For those of you not retired and short of cash, but REALLY want a shed, remember that a pension fund can buy "commercial" premises!

Use the money in the short term to buy a cheap unit, then sell it again when you need to retire and liquidate the funds. Or rent it out and take the rent.

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Though you'll need a big pension pot for whisper's plans! :-0
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For those of you not retired and short of cash, but REALLY want a shed, remember that a pension fund can buy "commercial" premises!
Does it not have to operate it commercially to qualify though? ie rent it out rather than lend it to the eventual recipient of the pension?
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Does it not have to operate it commercially to qualify though? ie rent it out rather than lend it to the eventual recipient of the pension?
Also isn't the idea to use the rent to add to the pot your accumulating or pay any borrowings against the building so you have the total proceeds from the sale at the end ?
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For those of you not retired and short of cash, but REALLY want a shed, remember that a pension fund can buy "commercial" premises!

Use the money in the short term to buy a cheap unit, then sell it again when you need to retire and liquidate the funds. Or rent it out and take the rent.

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Though you'll need a big pension pot for whisper's plans! :-0
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Also isn't the idea to use the rent to add to the pot your accumulating or pay any borrowings against the building so you have the total proceeds from the sale at the end ?
Arrh!! he's just plying his trade. Trade membership I say.......
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