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Old 04-14-2012, 11:25 AM
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Thanks Jeffro! You're right. That don't build them like they used to. There are pics during the restoring of the shaper project here

Tim, Oh..that is right.. you left leg skin on the side pipe! That hurts.. ouch!! Also it was hard to scrub your skin off the pipe.
I replaced that rocker nut that broke. I'm sure since you gave the car a checkout testing drive and so Mrthe can make it all the way to Spain without it breaking.

Mrthe, I'm sure you'd win the pool game! The Jeep project should be close to finished in another week.

Thanks MO! If you're good at snooker then you'd be fantastic at pool! Yes, need to add some furniture yet or even better as you say.. an ice-cream bar in the room.
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Old 04-19-2012, 04:43 AM
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Steve nice job on the restoration's,they all look fantastic!...when you started up the shaper hope it didn't meow or smell like apple pie .
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Old 09-05-2012, 03:58 PM
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Hey Steve. I haven't been here on the forum in quite a while. I am making a return here though. That is a great shop, although the original had a cozy feel to it, what with all those vintage machines so lovingly restored. I really liked your updates of the cincinnati restorations. As I recall, you used spray cans on the Monarch. Did you use them on the big mill and shaper as well?
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