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...and I hope I'll do some of the design and detail work on The 4th Floor with some help from the community!
The picture I included here is from a 1947 issue of Mechanics Illustrated. I think of this as the golden era of DIY, when tinkering in the garage was a national pastime.
What are other folks going to make?