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gsmith89

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I have just finished the 4 Hillbilly Hot Rods. Wood of chose Poplar, Cherry , Walnut and some Cedar I had in my small parts scrap bin. There has been a lot of well done Hot Rods done the forum. I think John has a winner with this plan. I had fun with this build. Very rewarding. Still undecided on the finish. 20180407_140228.jpg  20180407_140318.jpg  20180407_141848.jpg  20180407_140256.jpg  20180407_140350.jpg  20180407_140409.jpg  20180407_140451.jpg 
Garrymac

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Great job....ahain, John has a super design!
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Fantastic indeed
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I am eating breakfast and see this on a dreary Sunday morning. Wow! These are great. Who doesn't love hot rods and great workmanship? I love the photos-wonderful layout. Thanks for making my day.
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I was wondering lately if you all think that anyone would be interested in a get-together where we all share our favorite projects and talk about woodworking. I live in the Kansas City Metro area and that's smack-dab in the center of the USA. We can provide a meeting space and display tables. There would be no entry fees and there are inexpensive lodging choices in the area. It's just a dream I have had for a long time and would appreciate some feedback if you are so inclined. We would provide a general door-prize by drawing and also a best-in-show prize based on the attendees voting for what they think is the best workmanship project. This is just a rough idea but may have some merit for all of us. Comments?
harry

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Nice work
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Well done!  I love 'em!
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GSmith-
This is a fantastic set of toy hot rods. I had posted earlier but see that I forgot to click the reply button. I love your photos and the workmanship is spot-on. This is a set of real keepers.
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Wow this is a great set of hot rods. Can't wait to get back to mine.
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Man those are sweeeet!
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Fantastic work I love these. I'm looking forward to having some time to make a few toys soon but my shows get in the way at the moment.[cool] 
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WOW I LOVE THESE...and in reply to Johns idea of a meeting i would love to attend one in the future, could become an annual event??????....just need notice to plan a trip as im 5000 miles away...but i would definitely try to attend....you could have an international section...for us...
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sure would like to make one of these. Wonderful
john lewman

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Now these are REALLY special. Oh my God!
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Great set. These are on my list to make, I have made the Deuce Coupe, for my grandson, but I really want a set for myself, in some nice choices of wood!
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