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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by welderman23 View Post
    wow thats a lot of work
    did you do all the bending yourself ?
    good job
    Yes I did all of the bending...thank God for TVs and the Olympics.

    Quote Originally Posted by LA Weld View Post
    Nice job, thanks for postin up, hope my wife don't see it...
    I hope she doesn't and I hope mine doesn't see some of the other fantastic projects on the board.

    Quote Originally Posted by burninbriar View Post
    Really nice!!!
    Have you counted how many individual pieces are in it?
    No, I did not count the pieces. It would have been depressing. It seemed as if I just kept having to make more and more.

    Thanks for looking,

    Nick

  2. #12
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    Great job all around. Looks like 2 years worth of work. Yoy should be very proud and display this where everyone can see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spervis View Post
    Great job all around. Looks like 2 years worth of work. Yoy should be very proud and display this where everyone can see it.
    Thanks Spervis.

    The story goes like this...we are not very good at choosing art. My wife wanted some kind of artwork for our dining room. Every time we would go shopping for a picture we would look at each other and say do you think that would look good? Then both of us would look at each other with a puzzled look. Finally she said to me make a steel wall hanging...so I did. By the way, nice buck!

  4. #14
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    That's beautiful, kiwi. I wasn't born with the patience to do something like that.
    Sure something to be proud of, really nicely done.

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  5. #15
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    Great Work! That would take me a very long time if ever.


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