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Old 04-17-2016, 07:37 PM
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i have been super busy lately and not a lot of time to post much. i have really been working on a lot metal shaping type projects. so this thread will be devoted to just that. thanks for looking

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had to make a new rear fender for a customers 46 chevy truck. made in 2 pieces



















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Mike, you do some incredible work and it turns out beautiful
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That spare tire pan is impressive.
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metal does not give up it's flat shape easily.

good job!
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Very nice. Love seeing your work.
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That spare tire pan is impressive.
I agree. How are you making tucks that far from the edge?
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I agree. How are you making tucks that far from the edge?
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