Mechanic's Desk

Chris Sorensen and his brother Ferrin have developed a "mechanic's desk" which Chris originally built for use in his auto repair shop. Ferrin, who farms new Garland, Utah, says it also works great for repair work in his farm shop.

The desk is made from steel tubing and rolls around on creeper casters. Height of the tray is adjustable to reach the top of any auto or truck fender. The desk is equipped with a light and a multiple electrical outlet to power tools. "Gives you a convenient spot to put parts and place tools while working on equipment," says Ferrin.