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||This is my garage. Some people call it the "man palace", but I call it "My Taj
Garage" or "Garage Mahal." I would like to think that Tim "the-tool-man" Taylor from Home
Improvement would be proud. This 2400 sqft shop is fully furnished with insulated walls,
sheetrocked and painted throughout, insulated knockdown ceiling with flouresent
lighting, radiant floor heat, bathroom, wash sink and automatic 10' overhead doors.
It comes furnished with pallet racks along one wall, industrial grade air compressor
system, moveable A-frame with electric hoist and a four-post car lift.
||The first week of March 2009 I had an opportunity to visit the Taj Mahal in Agra,
India. It came at the absolute perfect time, as I was just starting to build this site.
Let's just say, "Toto, we are not in Kansas anymore!" This trip was the first time
I traveled to a different continent. The vast poverty is something hard
to grasp coming from an Amercian suburb. Initially, the transportation system seems to be
absolutely caos, but the constant honking and weaving in and out of trafic seems to work.
However, I simply can't forget how many times I saw five people on a small scooter! Thanks to
Manish for showing us around! One word of advise, if you take a picture of a roadside snake
charmer and monkey on a stick, give them 100 rubies and run like !@#$.
||See pics of North American Exotic Replicars (NAERC) blue '99 Diablo Roadster. I
flew to Carlisle, Pennsylvania in 2000 to view this car in person. Everything that I saw and
heard was very positive about Ken Esler and his completed blue roadster. The car was just
impeccable in person and Ken was great. I ended up buying the kit shortly thereafter. This is
the same model I purchased. Take a look at these great pics. I hope mine will look
just like this someday (except red)!
||Here are pics of original 1999 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster's. This is what my
car will look like someday!
||Check out my wife's 1988 Plymouth Sundance. The car was a trooper! It kept
going and going and going. So, it was my goal to drive an American made car over 200,000
miles. It happened! Check out the pics!
||One of my adventures was to build my own shop so I could work on building my
Lamborghini dream car. So in 2001, I decided to buy one acre of commercial property on a four
lane highway. I got a great buy, but there was a catch. I had to raise the land five
feet! So, I found dirt across the street, moved in 9,000 cubic yards and started
building. Over the course of four years and three phases, I completed a 11,000 sq. ft.
warehouse I leased out to commercial tenants. However, I never really got to work much on my
car. I spent most of my spare time being a property manager and trying to collect
rent. I decided to sell the property in 2006 and invest my profit in my current
||One of the side effects of owning rental property was the need to be creative with
delinquent tenants. Since my Plymouth Sundance was quickly approaching its end of life, I
told my tenant that his Jag would great in my driveway and satisfy his back rent. After
thinking about it for a couple of weeks, he decided to give my the title! I'm not sure who
exactly got the better deal, but I don't think it was me. This '94 Jag XJ6 looks and drives
great, but it is very costly to maintain. I drove it for about five years. After that,
I decided it was time to put the Jag back out into the jungle, so I sold it on EBay. Check
out a couple of pics. It was definitely a sweet ride!