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Old 08-26-2010, 09:06 PM
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the seats are from a 2000 newyorker
 
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Awesome

NIce job Woody; goes against the grain and is truly unique.

Your wood working skills show a lot of patience.

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Very Very NICE!

Lots of folks showing being done with their trucks! I guess I'd better get busy!

So, wiring left to do eh?

You know how to get ahold of me!
 
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Nice looking truck, and I have to say I really like the way you did the bed. I would love to copy that on mine so if you have any of the drawings I'd love to see them...
 
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Nice looking truck, and I have to say I really like the way you did the bed. I would love to copy that on mine so if you have any of the drawings I'd love to see them...
Well the only drawings i had was my artists conception sketches i drew The dimension were figured out as the joinery methods applied to them this was the tedious part lotsa trial and error get yourgeneral dimensions and go from there sorry thats all i can do thanx for the complement
 
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WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!! That work of art belongs in a museum . Just plain AWESOME !!!!!!!!!
 
 
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