Garage organization has always been a weak point for me. I have a bad habit of leaving tools laying around and not putting them back where they go. Before I can work on fixing that, I need to get organized in the first place. Finishing the garage renovation is a perfect time to do that.

Take a look at my process and see some of the tricks I use to get as organized as I can. I’m using lots of storage from public surplus, a little bit of toolbox shadowing, nifty magnetic labels, and about a week’s worth of work to get there. In the end, I’m happy with the result and hopefully I can keep things organized.

Here are some of the items or locations mentioned in the video:
Public Surplus:
Magnetic Dry Erase Labels:
Loaded Hardware Boxes:
Empty Hardware Box:

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Bullnose Ford Trucks, Ford consumer grade trucks made between 1980 and 1986, have a special place in my heart. My 1985 F-150 Bullnose Ford Truck has a special place in my garage. Learn why I think it’s special, and what my plans are for it.

I started this channel to serve as a way to help others learn about these trucks and as a way to document what I’m doing with mine. I have a load of plans for it… a rebuilt 351 Windsor small block, lots of visual upgrades, suspension upgrades, wheels and tires, and maybe even paint or a vinyl wrap someday. Who knows where the adventure will take me, but I’m glad you’re along for the ride.

If you’re interested in more content about my truck and what I’m doing to it, don’t forget to subscribe! Your likes and subscriptions help keep the channel, and my dreams for an awesome street truck, alive and well.

Finding hard to get or unique parts for your restoration or older vehicle can be one of the hardest challenges of working on older vehicles. Many parts aren’t even made anymore, so how do you find them? Learn the processes I use to try to find some of those elusive parts and the one trick I’ve found to almost always find the part I need, even if it might be a little expensive.

I’ll go over some of the online retailers I use and just how I track down parts. I’ll also talk about some things to look for when you’re scavenging old parts, some ways to potentially fix or refinish them, and why having a few spares around is a good idea.

Here’s the link for Gary’s Garagemahal that I talked about. It’s a great site for Bullnose information!

Here are some of the sites I talk about in the video where I typically go to get parts:

Expensive garage floor coating – specifically 2 part 100% solids epoxy systems such as the ArmorPoxy ArmorClad system, are the ultimate in high end garage floor protection. They’re expensive and can be hard to put down though… are they worth it? Let’s take a look.

In September of 2020 I took three days to lay down the entire ArmorPoxy ArmorClad system including 2 part epoxy primer, 2 part epoxy coating in racing blue, and a 2 part ‘military grade’ topcoat. It went pretty well, but not perfectly. There are quite a few things I would’ve done differently if I could go back and do it again. Take a look at some of the preparation work I put in to make sure everything went down ok and actually watch some video of us rolling the primer and epoxy onto the floor and broadcasting the flakes into the floor epoxy. If you have any questions feel free to comment and please don’t forget to like and/or subscribe if you think the video helped you out.

You can find the armorpoxy system I used here:…

PC Concrete:

Spikey shoes for walking on epoxy:

Today I take a look at the SoLID Lavalier Lapel Microphone and put the 2 mic set through its paces in the garage and on the road. I needed better audio for my channel and, as a cheepskate, thought this set might fit the bill.

This set sells from Amazon for $19.99, and is billed as an interview set for PC, Mac, Smartphone, iPhone, GoPro, DSLR, Camcorder, Podcast, YouTube, Vlogging, and DJs. Whew, sounds impressive, but it it worth the Jackson I spent on it? We’ll find out. I test the set in the Garage, in the Bullnose, next to a fan, and I even speak in soft loving tones to it… in order to test it, of course.

The set can be found on Amazon here:

Welcome to the first episode of Bullnose Garage. Today I’m talking about… the Garage itself! And some of the things I did to make it useful. I’ll link some of the products I used below so you can check them out yourself.

Armorpoxy –

Public Surplus –

Electrical Cord Reel –
Air Hose Reel –
Sony Receiver –
JackShaft Opener –
Outlets –
IP Camera –
Mr Cool A/C –
Barrina LED Lights –