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  1. #11
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    Default Awesome!

    That's a trick frickin' cart. Every picture turned up the style a little more than the last.

  2. #12
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    Thumbs up

    way cool cart.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

    feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat. james@newyorkmetalart.com
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  3. #13
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    Screw the cart-

    Did anyone check out WildFires resto work

    Ok the cart is kewl but I like Red

  4. #14
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    AWESOME cart! I really like the graphics

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

  5. #15
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    Exclamation Stunning

    A truly remarkable piece of craftsmanship.

    The wifey done a good job on the tank cover, perfect match.

    Attention to detail, the squiggly black lines along the rail; cool.

    How did you 'black' the ends of the exhaust? I'm copying that!!

    And a V8, too!!
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  6. #16
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    Hey, I like that . you did a good job
    its cool when you are making something for yourself & you enjoy it.
    thanks for sharing those pics with us.




    ............... Richard

  7. #17
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    Default Way cool cart!

    AWESOME!
    Well done! It is obvious lots of thought went into the design and execution of that cart. Lots of attention to detail.
    I am inspired.
    Dynasty 200 DX
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  8. #18
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    That is the coolest cart I have seen in a long while! Wish I had the time to build neat stuff like that but I just got another project here at school (trailer mounted smoker for one of the maintainence guys) and am behind on all my projects at work, maybe someday. Nice job and thanks for sharing.
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  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig in Denver View Post
    A truly remarkable piece of craftsmanship.

    The wifey done a good job on the tank cover, perfect match.

    Attention to detail, the squiggly black lines along the rail; cool.

    How did you 'black' the ends of the exhaust? I'm copying that!!

    And a V8, too!!
    Thanks all for your kind words on the cart. When it came to the design I had four designs in my head to do.

    My original intent to purchase a new inverter was from a different company. There welder was a good bit larger but I had an awesome design in mind for that one but when I went with the Miller 200 DX I did it the way you see it here.

    When it came to the exhaust I used my air brush to get the effect you see in the pictures. It was also used on the dash. My wife appreciated the comment about the tank cover so thanks for that also. The lines on the railing is just pin striping and made to look like barb wire.

    I'm usually very busy here at my shop doing auto repair so this cart took all my weekends and at least 3 evenings every week for a month but we all do these projects because it's what we all like to do.

    Anyway thanks again and to break up the boredom for you I added a few more pictures If the interest continues in this I'll add more pictures.
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  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broccoli1 View Post
    Screw the cart-

    Did anyone check out WildFires resto work

    Ok the cart is kewl but I like Red


    Gees, you almost had the perfect post until you mentioned Red Thanks man I appreciate the compliment!
    Miller matic 350P
    Millermatic 252/Spool gun
    Miller Spectrum 875 plasma
    Miller Dynasty 200 DX
    Miller Coolmate 3
    Miller Elite ( INFERNO Digital)
    2008 Miller Trailblazer 302/Custom trailer
    Custom DX200 Crazy Cart
    Sofia 13 X 30 Lathe
    MODERN 10X50 knee mill with Fagor 40i DRO
    Craftex 30 Mill/Drill

    All this stuff below was done with Miller gear


    My YouTube vids:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7863348

    Flickr photo's:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15602393@N05/sets/

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