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Old Wed, Aug-21-2019, 02:07:18 PM   #831
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I don't remember seeing that outdoor lift when I was at Kaiv's shop :shop:

Kaiv! We need a post based on your most recent instagram post!

... or maybe a dedicated thread to it.
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Default Re: The perfect daily driver?

Lots of exhaust shops in the SW have the outdoor four post lifts or under a shade.
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Old Wed, Aug-21-2019, 05:11:08 PM   #833
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Ya, it's common for old school muffler shops to have those outdoors lifts, which is where that picture was taken.

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I don't remember seeing that outdoor lift when I was at Kaiv's shop :shop:

Kaiv! We need a post based on your most recent instagram post!

... or maybe a dedicated thread to it.
Maybe once it's more complete and driveable!
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Old Thu, Aug-22-2019, 05:22:44 PM   #834
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I have long had a daydream/vision of owning something lakefront that's like one of those garage houses (where it's got room for ten cars and has a small lofted 1BR apartment above it) but with garage doors on all sides that open so it gets breezes and outdoor air and views, but is also still shaded.

That said, in reality... I'm wondering if there's some way I can camouflage a 4-post lift in my driveway with the omnipresent (in Miami) shade sails bolted to each post.

Something about that photo though, and knowing the difference between the freshness of that CA air (vs the swamp air of Miami) just really made me extra jealou/wistful.
Not quite lakefront...

https://www.thedrive.com/news/29328/...rheads-fantasy

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