UPDATE: A new build thread link has been added to the bottom of the post.
It’s been waaay too long since the last garage build, so to bring it back I thought we’d change it up from the previous features which were based on private dwellings, and showcase a garage built for commercial use. After completing a magazine worthy EK coupe, Mike from Tennessee turned his hobby into a business by starting up his own workshop. Instead of renting out a dingy little factory somewhere with a blocked toilet and faulty electrics, he decided to build his own damn shop from the ground up.
I bring you, Track.One…
CLICK HERE for the original build thread on NWP4LIFE.
CLICK HERE for the new build thread on Garage Journal.
10 thoughts on “Track.One shop build”
man, i want to build something like this- just for fun 🙂 Love shop builds!!
Man this is amazing, i love shop builds. not least because it’s something like my dream to build a shop one day…
Thanks guys!!! Someone just showed me you guys put this up! I should send you the current pictures of the shop! A whole lot has changed since I finished building it in July of 2010 🙂 Check out our facebook fan page..theres a ton of pictures and updates there http://www.facebook.com/pages/Track-One/123361294349917
Hey Mike, thanks for leaving a comment, unfortunately the Facebook link doesn’t work for me 🙁
Strange..it works fine for me…well I tagged you guys in a post I made on there so you should be able to get to it 🙂 Thanks again!
look where it started.
and look were you’re now!
Loved the write up on garage journal!
Every car guys dream
It’s a shame Mike had to pull the plug on such a project, great shop, great work, simply amazing, and it just died. A tribute to Track.One and Mike Suzin.
No worries, looks as though he has bounced back and is doing better than ever according to the new shop pics and his FaceBook page.
Awesome job and a true show of character, Mike. A real inspiration.