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1947 Homebuilt Grill
#1337047 Mon Dec 09 2019 02:59 PM
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[img]http://photos.smugmug.com/Yearly-Photos/2019/i-ghC4ghv/0/0bc33698/S/Grill%20Mockup-S.jpg[/img]
I FINALLY got the chance to do a "mock-up" of the grill a neighbor and I built for my 47. There are still a few things to do on it, but nothing major.
It took FOREVER to get to the point where I could see it on the truck. I think it will work nicely!

Re: 1947 Homebuilt Grill
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Re: 1947 Homebuilt Grill
Dachshund #1337394 Thu Dec 12 2019 02:19 PM
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Dachshund,

Thanks for sharing a pic of the grill. I agree with Frank50, it looks great! Please keep us posted as your project moves forward.

Originally Posted by Dachshund
I FINALLY got the chance to do a "mock-up" of the grill a neighbor and I built for my 47. There are still a few things to do on it, but nothing major.
It took FOREVER to get to the point where I could see it on the truck. I think it will work nicely!


Good luck,


Andy

His: 1947 Chevrolet 3104 [flic.kr]
Hers: 2008 American Saddlebred [flic.kr]

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