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Old 12-28-2013, 07:50 PM
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Monkey face desk

I suppose if you had a front clip laying around and you didn't damage it converting it to a desk, this would be pretty cool. Probably wouldn't get any work done making all those engine sounds.

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Some times I watch that show Salvage Dawgs and I remember them using a grill/headlights to make a bar .Never got to see their finished product tho.
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I've had so many front clips through my hands throughout the years, that I've always thought about making a table similar to that one. However, I don't have the room and would rather see the parts on a truck. I would make a glass top instead of that grey top.
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I like it.
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Country singer Alan Jackson has a '66 Ford truck desk... very cool.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/87...sons-desk.html

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Well I did manage to see the end results of the 48 grill bar thing.Pretty cool. Found it in the Bar find Post .I like the patina but wonder how it would have looked all dressed up.
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