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GARAGE ART: What'd you build?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by neonloverrob, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. 35cab
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    I just finished this Eddie Meyer sign, in the background IMG_1753.jpg are a couple my Dad did for me a few years ago.
     
  2. uncleandy 65
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    It was on the internet, it's great
     
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  4. dellyjonut
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  5. Barrelnose pickup
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    ^^^^^^ That looks cool, or it could do if it was abit larger.
     
  6. patrick20
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    I built and hand lettered this to look like the original.

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  7. RatPwrd
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    IMG_20191104_173459787.jpg IMG_20191013_161001904.jpg IndyCar Speedway nose bought years ago. Finally worked on. Sanded about 4 paint jobs off down to bare carbon, I made wall mount, wing adjusters, and Gurney wickers. I had flames painted to match Dads truck, while it was getting some repairs done on the flames, then buried in clear. IMG_20191104_175448421.jpg Hung up next to traffic light I restored, and a buddy pinstriped flames on the sides, plus other cool s%#t!!
     
  8. RatPwrd
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    IMG_20180507_124842195.jpg IMG_20180319_133611077.jpg Made a whole bunch of roses and vases for all the special women in our family 2 yrs ago for Mothers Day. Copper and brass petals, powder coated mild steel everything else, ornamental iron store bought leaves. Then had a local artist/pinstriper put designs of flowers and butterflies, and a little personalization for each one. Very fun project to do, just being creative, but alot of work! If I had known I was going to build so many i would have had alot of the pieces waterjetted out to save time!! But they were a VERY big hit, and earned alot of brownie points with the gals!!!
     
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  11. WOW
     
  12. whtbaron
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    Well, I'm not as artistic as some of you guys... painted this on the washroom door in my heated shop (recently reno'd from a hog barn). Since there is no toilet installed yet, I decided to call it a jim instead of a john. I feel so much better about myself now that I can go to the jim several times a day... DSCN5261.JPG
     
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  13. whtbaron
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    Mostly furnished with cast-offs... the counter top (made from church doors), window and drawers were salvaged from a local church that was tore down last fall. The doors under the sink came off our last barbeque, mirror off an old dresser DSCN5264.JPG ...
     
  14. saltflats
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    from Missouri

  15. Wow, I like that.
     
  16. That's cool, I think: headscratch

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  17. saltflats
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