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post #1 of 16 Old 04-24-2019, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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Wine rack made with recycled door frames.

My daughter owns a hair styling shop. When she set up initially, we renovated the place and I saved all the door jambs with the permission of the landlord. They were a combination of mahogany and BC fir. She is now in a different location. She aked for a wine rack so I asked her if it would be OK to use the door frames from her fist salon. So here we go.
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post #2 of 16 Old 04-24-2019, 09:33 AM Thread Starter
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Cut, jointed and pasted into panels.
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Starting to look les and less like doorframes.
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heck with the wine rack . . . . .

get a look at that RIDE !!!!
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heck with the wine rack . . . . .

get a look at that RIDE !!!!
You mean this thing?
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Wine racks are a dime a dozen. That vehicle is BEAUTIFUL. I cannot tell the make/year???


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Wine racks are a dime a dozen. That vehicle is BEAUTIFUL. I cannot tell the make/year???


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1934 Chevrolet Master.

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Land, have you made the trunk for it yet ?

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Love the ride! Love cars and old trucks when restored to original. Not a big fan of the custom look. When I was a kid back in the 50s, I never could understand cars with flames painted around the front wheel wells. Why would anyone want to ride in a car that is on fire?

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I never could understand cars with flames painted around the front wheel wells. Why would anyone want to ride in a car that is on fire?

I will bet that "girls" are involved in the answer to that question!
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1934 Chevrolet Master.

I will swap you a couple of dozen wine racks for it. That would look mighty good in my garage.

George


PS It is 2 years older than I am.
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I will bet that "girls" are involved in the answer to that question!
I would think they would question the intelligence of someone driving around in a burning car.
To topic- good use of wood. What about lead paint?

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I would think they would question the intelligence of someone driving around in a burning car.
To topic- good use of wood. What about lead paint?
No paint left on it.

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Got some stain on. It is difficult getting it even with all the different wood densities. The sentimental value will have to compensate.
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Done.
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Great job on the car and the wine racks!

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