1. contraptionist

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    It works good and the straws are reusable.
     
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  2. The Renaissance Man

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    ...However, your drinks will have a slight Krylon after taste. :rofl:
     
  3. contraptionist

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    It all depends on your taste, do you prefer enamel or lacquer flavor?
     
  4. handyandy1100

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    Do you have a local all night lacquer store?

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  5. contraptionist

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    Yes, but the high cost of a lacquer license keeps the number of stores low, now they are talking about legalizing urethane!, what is next?, epoxy???!!!
     
  6. handyandy1100

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    Police raided a house down the street where they had a lab mixing epoxy.

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  7. contraptionist

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    Oh No !!!, I have been mixing polyester, surely that is ok???
     
  8. The Renaissance Man

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    It all depends on what you are mixing your polyester with.:39:
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    These puns can go on forever.:21:
     
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    I'd love to find one of those repop tanks or a giant zeppellin model :D
     
  10. contraptionist

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    Oooo, that`s just bad, in a not good kind of way.
     
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  11. contraptionist

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    I have been doing some work on the elginator rear fender, cut the slots out and made some end pieces from the my class 2 fender mold to add onto the end. PICT1457.JPG PICT1458.JPG PICT1460.JPG PICT1463.JPG
     
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    Crazy cool parts there.
     
  13. contraptionist

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    I added those parts to the back of the elginator fender for a more swoopy look so now the front fender will also need some swooping, so I am making a mold off of the front fender so I will have a glass front fender to work with, swooping to come later, still working on the back fender. See the before and after photo`s of the rear of the fender for swooping details. PICT1457.JPG PICT1468.JPG PICT1464.JPG PICT1465.JPG
     
  14. The Renaissance Man

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    That's a great improvement! Can't wait to see it done!
     
  15. SoulGarageOH

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    Ooooooo. I see what you did there. That’s a good swoop. I like that.


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  16. contraptionist

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    Thank you, the front fender will get a little bit of a swoop, as much as I can without it hitting the frame.
     
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  17. contraptionist

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    I got the front fender out of the mold, I will have to swoop the back end of it just like the rear fender. PICT1483.JPG PICT1485.JPG
     
  18. contraptionist

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    I set the rear fender on the bike and now I can see I need to fill near the back opening on both sides for a nicer look where the tire shows through. I painted it gray to show the defects I need to fix, after that Ineed to start work on the front fender not to mention my class one warbonnett build. PICT1487.JPG PICT1490.JPG PICT1493.JPG PICT1497.JPG PICT1499.JPG PICT1500.JPG PICT1501.JPG
     
  19. kingfish254

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    Adding that sculpted ducktail was a great idea. I'm loving this build!
     
  20. Brian macumber

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    Looking awesome can't wait to see it when you get the front fender on also:thumbsup:
     

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