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Hi, my name is Jason, I live in Portland, Oregon, and I am very happy to finally join here. I've lurked here over the years, but figured I would try to get more involved.

I love to make things--especially things I've never tried before, and I blog about it on my blog. I make LOTS of mistakes, but I also learn a lot in the process.

I'll post some of my projects in subsequent posts, and I look forward to interacting with all of you!

Thanks for having me!
 

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Welcome Jason from Portland!
I sure do miss going down there for the GI Joe 200 My wife and I always looked forward to seeing the Indy Cars. Bummer
 

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Welcome from NH - Lots of folks from all over the globe here all pitching in to make this the best site...
 

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Hi Jason and welcome.

I just stumbled onto your Teardrop trailer photos and was hoping to learn more about it, but I guess this is your only thread. I did however find your webpage with the Teardrop trailer and I may try to build one as soon as I get some of my other projects cleared out of my shop. :yes:

I recently found a Teardrop trailer for sale at a used car lot and I was ready to buy until I saw the $8k price tag. :eek:
 

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Welcome! All of my projects have a mistake or two but it's how you learn to hide them that matters the most.
 

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Hi Jason and welcome.

I just stumbled onto your Teardrop trailer photos and was hoping to learn more about it, but I guess this is your only thread. I did however find your webpage with the Teardrop trailer and I may try to build one as soon as I get some of my other projects cleared out of my shop. :yes:

I recently found a Teardrop trailer for sale at a used car lot and I was ready to buy until I saw the $8k price tag. :eek:
Yep--they want an arm and a leg for them. Teardrop aren't too hard to build--just depends on the materials and level of quality you want to put into them. Mine was pretty barebones--but I had fun doing the murals.
 
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