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    L 300 do-over

    I missed the ole L 300's so I decided to try again. I just applied the first coat of oil the other day.
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    Nice work!

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    Thats some good looking beginnings! Nice grain!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Banks View Post
    I missed the ole L 300's so I decided to try again. I just applied the first coat of oil the other day.
    Looks good!

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    Beautiful veneer Woody! Yeh. I love my 4333s. Not as nice as the L300 looks wise, but damn they are flat with superb detail. Keepers for sure.

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    Them’s purdy!

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    Very Nice!

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    Well done!

    I doubt a pair that nice ever rolled through Northridge.

    Keep us posted... what do you have planned for the grille cloths?



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    They look nice, and I see you upgraded the bases from the stock versions. Oh my, you have a lot of clamps!
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    Absolutely gorgeous!!!
    Congratulations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Widget View Post
    I doubt a pair that nice ever rolled through Northridge.

    Keep us posted... what do you have planned for the grille cloths?



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    Thanks Widget

    I was planning on using some of my classic blue cloth just to be a rebel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanium Dome View Post
    They look nice, and I see you upgraded the bases from the stock versions. Oh my, you have a lot of clamps!

    Thanks

    Yea, I have a butt load of clamps but not too many. I would have given a bigger view of my shop if it wasn't such a disaster.

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    Nice work Woody , excellent bookmatching. Chapeau


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Banks View Post
    Yea, I have a butt load of clamps but not too many.
    Ditto!

    I have a few dozen myself, and during some glue ups, I have used virtually every clamp I own. You simply can not have too many!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Widget View Post
    Ditto!

    You simply can not have too many!


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