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post #1 of 8 Old 10-12-2008, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Mistakes + redos = Experience!!!

Howdy from Central Kentucky!
Better known as CD, I have many years experience with restoration of quality American and European antiques. Reconstruction and repair of modern and antique clocks and a multitude if other "stuff" that I won't bore you with. I just "happened" by this forum and hope to help others with a bit of my years of screw-ups and dumb things that finally taught me how to do museum quality restorations. I sincerely hope to know other members of the forum and hope you'll consider me an asset.

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post #2 of 8 Old 10-12-2008, 09:03 PM
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I'm sure your expertise will be greatly appreciated here.
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Always glad to have someone with exsperance to ask info from. Enjoy.
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Hey Clockdaddy;

Welcome! This site is awesome. Looking forward to hearing from you.

Great advise on the tread about multiple spiecies.

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Welcome Cd,
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Welcome CD I know you are going to lie your time on this Forum. I read you do restoration of quality American and European antiques. Can you fix my wife? She's an antique. A really GOOD Antique though.

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Welcome CD I know you are going to lie your time on this Forum. I read you do restoration of quality American and European antiques. Can you fix my wife? She's an antique. A really GOOD Antique though.
There are some things that time and aging add a quality that cannot be duplicated or improved on!!
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