What do you have in your "Mancave"

General Chat with an emphasis on BMC Minis & Other iconic cars of the 1960's. Includes information on MK1 Action days.
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This wooden Downton box looks great, well done.

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a few bits
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These are traditional stained glass panels we made in 1997. We had a stand the festival of speed that year. These were the leftovers. Too busy these days fixing church windows. Might be tempted to do something mini based. Any ideas?
The light box is homemade with eBay sticker. Cheap and cheerful.
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The old BMC rosette was always a nice colourful badge IanD
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I don't have a mancave really, but this stays in my living room
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My garage is full of dismantled car. My man cave is a nicer place..
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Nothing rare old or particularly valuable, but a nice place to be 😁
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Since I moved houses last year, I have used the holidays to change the attic in a kind of cave, might be of your interest too (certainly my kids like it :lol: ). Still need to sort some parts and finish the final touch.
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:) Hi Peter, that's what I call a real cave for a man and a Scalextric playground of children.
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Few bits
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