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- Jan 1, 2008
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Finally finished the seats I started years ago.
Mostly finished lol
Mostly finished lol
I am interested in doing this same thing. Are you going to get rid of the 3/4 ton suspension? I have started to look into doing that.Couldn't find a reasonable priced Chevy C10 shortbed so I am converting a C20 longbed into a "Custom Shortbed."
Bought on 4/20 (Date not intentional but fitting)
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2nd weekend = Cutting & More Cutting
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Weekend # 3 is Welding & Wood Work
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Much more to come....... but back together.
Having poured plenty of wire reels tops in my prime (With varying long term success) --- how do you mitigate expansion and contraction in a humid outdoor environment ?
I will let you know it a year. However, with it encapsulated in Epoxy and not directly on the sun, I would not think oxygen would be allowed to contract and expand.Having poured plenty of wire reels tops in my prime (With varying long term success) --- how do you mitigate expansion and contraction in a humid outdoor environment ?
I have to do the same to my hhr.
Thank you Sir!Looks great Dave. Hope you’re doing well
1986 Potato chip Cole TR6.That’s down right sexy! What’s the details on that bad boy ?
Sounds great Dave !Thank you Sir!
All is great with me…hope the same with you and your family as well.
Need to hook up soon.
Got another Fireman hanging out on Saturdays. Doin a long deck Biesemeyer for him.
You guys could talk shop over lunch and an adult beverage!
Epoxy / Resin Countertop done!!!! 50L of the liquid and days of sanding but it paid off. Just wrapping with plywood before the finished shiplap.
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How did you like working with the reclaimed wood?View attachment 1009173 View attachment 1009175 View attachment 1009177 Ok, check out the outdoor bbq countertop pics using reclaimed wood. The pics without the resin are much lighter. With that being said, I have listed 4 powders for possible joint fillers. I was originally going with black because of the lighter wood. However, since the darkening of the wood, I was thinking about gold or blue. Input Please.
This shot looks like a late 80's Car Craft cover shoot, If I was your neighbor I would be the biggest pest... just looking out my window until the cool shit starts rolling out and then gawking all over it. Stunning!!!