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Old 06-07-2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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Would it be Sacrilegious to turn a 67 28ft Ambassador into a small workshop for woodcarving and jewlery making type work? Has anyone ever seen something like this done? I think a total gutting would be required to reconfigure the layout and achieve maximum work space? If done right I think it could be a great little workshop and also still look great both inside and out.
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Old 06-07-2011, 12:50 PM   #2
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Would it be Sacrilegious to turn a 67 28ft Ambassador into a small workshop for woodcarving and jewlery making type work? Has anyone ever seen something like this done? I think a total gutting would be required to reconfigure the layout and achieve maximum work space? If done right I think it could be a great little workshop and also still look great both inside and out.
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Would it be Sacrilegious to turn a 67 28ft Ambassador into a small workshop for woodcarving and jewlery making type work? Has anyone ever seen something like this done? I think a total gutting would be required to reconfigure the layout and achieve maximum work space? If done right I think it could be a great little workshop and also still look great both inside and out.
I'd sell the 67 and get something that offers more space and nowhere near as much work. Unless this moble shop is going to shows where you will be displaying your products.
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