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                                COMMERCIAL LEASE
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                  THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this First day of
November 2000, between MERVIN D. LUNG BUILDING COMPANY, INC., an Indiana
Corporation, of St. Joseph County, State of Indiana, hereinafter know as
"LESSOR", and PATRICK INDUSTRIES, INC., an Indiana Corporation with principal
offices in Elkhart County, Indiana, hereinafter referred to as "LESSEE", for and
in consideration of the covenants and agreements hereinafter mentioned, that
real estate located in Elkhart County, State of Indiana, and more particularly
described in ITEM 1. LEASED PREMISES.

                  WHEREAS, LESSOR is owner of certain property situated in
Elkhart, Indiana; and

                  WHEREAS, LESSEE is desirous of leasing said property.

                  NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises
hereinafter contained with applicable ordinances, laws and regulations, the
parties agree as follows:

                  1. LEASED PREMISES: the LESSOR hereby leases to LESSEE those
premises bearing the street address of 2200 West Lusher Avenue, Elkhart,
Indiana, more particularly described as follows:


                  The West Two Hundred (200) feet of the following described
                  tract:

                  A part of the East half of Sections 12 and 13, Township 37
                  North, Range 4 East, more particularly described as follows:

                  Assuming the west right-of-way line of Nappanee Street between
                  Lusher Avenue and the underpass under the Penn-Central
                  Railroad, as said right-of-way line is established by Indiana
                  State Highway concrete right-of-way monuments, to have a
                  bearing of north zero (0) degrees 14 minutes west; beginning
                  at an iron stake on the said west right-of-way line of
                  Nappanee Street at a point that is 60 feet southerly (measured
                  at right angles) from the gauge of the southerly rail of the
                  most southerly existing sidetrack of the Penn-Central
                  Railroad; thence south zero (0) degrees 14 minutes east along
                  the said west right-of-way line of Nappanee Street, 490.17
                  feet to a spike that is north zero (0) degrees


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                  14 minutes west of a spike found on the south edge of an
                  18-foot asphalt pavement; thence south 89 degrees 46 minutes
                  west, 60 feet to an iron stake at a point of curvature; thence
                  southwesterly along a curve, bearing left with a radius of
                  269.22 feet a distance of 171.51 feet to an iron stake at a
                  point of tangent of said curve; thence south 53 degrees 16
                  minutes west, 92.86 feet to an iron stake at a point of
                  curvature; thence southwesterly along a curve bearing right
                  with a radius of 289.99 feet, a distance of 185.92 feet to an
                  iron stake at the point of tangent of said curve; thence due
                  west parallel with and 30 feet north of the north line of an
                  0.85 acre tract of land conveyed by the New York Central
                  Railroad Company to Albert Davidson, (et al Elkhart County
                  Deed Record 287, page 242), 445.56 feet to an iron stake;
                  thence north zero(0) degrees 14 minutes west, 394.75 feet to

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