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02-02-2005, 08:21 AM
Will you be having a meet in this year?
I still have the '39 Chevy 2 dr sedan to chop , if we need a project , hint hint!
How is Bennett's truck coming? Pictures? Gotta look great by now..
02-02-2005, 09:18 PM
I'm north of Boston and would be very interested in attending.
02-03-2005, 02:07 AM
Count me in Dutcher
I still have that tail gate to drop off.
Have you finished building that spare bedroom for Bennett :D
02-03-2005, 06:48 AM
Bedroom? Bennett sleeps under the workbench!
02-03-2005, 07:16 AM
Come on Guys! Stop Teasing Bennet! You all know he don't sleep cause he's to busy traveling.
02-05-2005, 10:21 AM
My metal meet will be in July this year and will be either the weekend before the Syracuse Natiionals or the weekend after.This is so that Kerry will be able to come up for both meets and some of the other participants express ed an interest in going to the Syracuse meet. As soon as we decide which weekend it will be I will post the information.
Bennett has been pushing me rather hard and wants me to put my bed in the shop so that I can get right up in the morning and go to work while he goes to the diner and has brekfast. I also have another customer from Buffalo spending a week with me once a month working on a stretched and channeled 40 ford pickup on a fatman chassis. Bennett went home sunday afternoon and Dan showed up sunady night so it has been a long two weeks for me. Both trucks are now beginning to look like they are a truck instead of a lot of cut up parts.
For this years meet I have a 56 ford F-100 Panel truck body that needs a 4 inch chop and some other panels made and maybe a one piece lift up rear door. Dutch
02-05-2005, 11:06 PM
Dutch, sounds like you have a full plate. I'm wanting to make an extended cab for my `57 Chevy pu. Let me know if you come across any well done examples. I'm probably going to use the computer or some pictures to figure out how far looks right. I'll probably bug you when I get started. Have fun ..........john
02-07-2005, 06:18 AM
Count me in Dutch!
02-07-2005, 02:46 PM
I vote for the week before the Syracuse Nationals, but I'll be there when ever it is.
02-14-2005, 05:42 PM
Here is a couple of pictures taken on 1-28-2005 of Bennett and Dutch
working on Bennett's truck. Dutch is doing the finish welding on the rear panel. You can see the cab in the background. Bennett was doing some work on the door edges. The next time Bennett comes up for
another week I think it will really start to look like a truck.
03-24-2005, 07:44 AM
Seems that only part of this string made it to the new board....
Dutch- Sounds like your busier than a one legged man at a butt kicking competiton lately. If you need any help in the shop (on weekends) to get caught up, give me a ring (315) 374-0476 (cell). In case you missed the other messageboard post, I'm qualified as a grunt, but not much more. Oh, and I'm a MASTER of making scrap metal! LOL Let me know!
03-25-2005, 04:47 PM
Hi everyone. This is Dutch Comstock and I want to annouce the actual date of my metal meet in East Herkimer, In Upstate New York. The date will be the weekend before the Syracuse Nationals sreet rod and car meet 60 miles west of East Herkimer. The date is the 8th, 9th and 10th of July and for anyone who wants to we will actually kep going untill the 12th on tuesday. Kerry Pinkerton and myself will then go to the Syracuse meet and set his trailer up for thursday.
The main event for my meet will be a 56 F-100 Ford Panel truck.The truck will get a 4 inch chop and we will rebuild the front doors and floor boards. We will also work on the rear body panel below the doors and the inner panels of that area. We will probably make the rear doors into a one piece door. There will also be copper work and anything else we can think of. Thank You, Dutch
03-26-2005, 05:46 AM
My metal meet will be in July this year and will be either the weekend before the Syracuse Natiionals or the weekend after.
I'm lazy and don't know the dates of the Syracuse show, so could some kind person do the leg work for me and advise the possible dates for these two weekends??????
03-26-2005, 08:07 AM
Syracuse is July15, 16, 17 and Dutch's MetalMeet is the weekend before 8, 9, 10. This is a Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Dutch was kind enough to schedule his event so we could attend both without having to make two trips.
04-07-2005, 06:56 AM
Whats the cost and is there a pre regerstration. Any cut off numbers as far as people, If you get to many people you will have to hide the dog treats or the dogs will get to fat to walk.lol Also, do you still have that cabover ford out in the goldmine yard... Gator
04-08-2005, 06:25 AM
can some one with NO skill come to this meet, or would I just be taking a place from sombody. Would love to come and watch and learn.
04-10-2005, 08:54 AM
The meet is open to all comers, beginner or expert.Lat year we had about 30 people on saturday and were able to keep everyone busy.The dogs are on a diet so that they can eat all of there treats at the meet.Pepper, the oldst dog has gone to dog heaven and is sorely missed.Gator, the 51 cabover is still here.The meet will go on through tuesday so if some people have the availability of some unused vacation come sunday through tuesday.For the night owls we work late at night also. Thanks Dutch
04-10-2005, 01:10 PM
What is the cost and do you want any more projects for the meet. I have a 1954 pontiac hearse that needs floors in the drivers area. rear lower quarter panels made and a door skin made and installed. If not here maybe metalmeet 05. I would like some guidence on the door panels and rear lower quarters. Also if you need me to bring anything call me at 310-698-5236. I have a shrinker/strecher, power bead roller and dies and an e-wheel from kerry. the wheel needs to be bolted to the floor. I can arange my schedule to come up early to help set up if you need. I was going to the goodguys show in columbus but the meet sounds better. Austin and Dakota was sorry to here about pepper. Tell the misses we all said hi and will see you in july.Gator
04-11-2005, 10:29 PM
I'd like to attend.
I'm in the process of relocating from California to Maine, so I'll at least be on the right Coast for this event.
05-03-2005, 06:16 PM
Well I made it to Maine with my tools,
is there anymore info on this meet, or how, where do we let you know if we would like to attend, what is the procedure? This would be my first Metal meet event.
05-04-2005, 01:04 PM
I talked to dutch and i will be bringing my 54 Pontiac Hearse to the meet. Needs a door skin, rear quarter, floor pan and a smooth firewall. The goal is to make it into a blown big block chevy pro street. The idea is to park it at the car show beside my stock ambulance. On the rear of the ambo will be painted ( If I Don't Get you ) and on the back of the hearse (I WILL). Before everyone thinks im a morbid person please get to know me first. THEN THINK THAT. LOL Gator
06-16-2005, 08:51 AM
Its been a month or so since this was posted, so I thought I would bring it to the surface again, for those who use "NEW POST" buttons like myself!
06-18-2005, 08:54 AM
The main project, the 56 F-100 panel truck went to the sand blasters last week to remove all of the paint and rust. It will then have a self etching primer sprayed on which is a very thin coat which will keep it from surface rusting for awhile but will not hinder the welding and fabrication to be done.
We want everyone who comes to the meet to not feel shy about getting in and working with someone and try building something.There are plenty of projects to do and if your first try does not come out right this is allright and maybe your second one will be fine.
The local motels are the Herkimer Motel and this is located on rt 28 just after you get off of I-90 exit 30. The number is 315-866-0490. The next one is downtown and is called the Inn Towne Motel 315-866-1101.It is located just north of rt 28 and 5 on North Washington street about 2 blocks on the left. The third is the Glen Risge Motel and this is located about one mile east of the village on rt 5 on the left. The number is 315-866-4149. This is the most reasonable and is clean and neat but is older and small rooms.
To get to my place you get off of I-90 also called the N.Y. State Thruway at exit #30. At the stop light you will turn right on state rt 28 north. You will follow this through the village and at the east end of the village it will left and go north. You follow it past Steet Chevrolet on the right and then the bakery and shells bush road will start on the right at the bridge. I live 3 miles east at 926 Shells Bush Road . There is a large red mailbox that looks like a tractor and a sign that says Dutch Comstock Drive. If ther are any questions let me know. Thanks Dutch
06-20-2005, 11:50 AM
Thanks for the info. I booked a room at the Glenn Ridge Motel. See everyone there. Can't wait!
06-20-2005, 04:11 PM
Hi Bob, Glad to see that you can make it.We wouldn`t feel right without you.
Gator called tonight and said that he had some surgery done on his knee and was just getting over that and did not have time to get the pontiac ambulance ready to come up but he would bring a 38 or 39 plymouth coupe tp work on so we wont run out of projects to keep every one busy and new people learning. Dutch
06-21-2005, 04:58 AM
For those interested in coming to Dutch's MetalMeet next month, here is the motel info in Herkimer that Dutch posted last year.
This is a list of Motels in my area listed as tp preference.The First two are equal but the first has always done well people visiting me.
Inn Towne Motel 227 N.Washington St.(315)866-1101 www.intownemotel.com (http://www.intownemotel.com/) 1-800-464-7485
Herkimer Motel ,100 Marginal Road This one is right next to exit 30 on I-90 (315)866-0490
Glen Ridge Motel,5571 State Route 5 East www.glenridgemotel.com (http://www.glenridgemotel.com/)
This one is actually in East Herkimer and is about 3 miles form my shop and will be about 5.00 dollars a night cheaper.
The directions to my shop are as follows:
Starting at Exit 30 on I-90 you will take a right on state route 28 north through the village of Herkimer. Route 28 will follow State route 5 in Herkimer for a ways and then turn left at the eastern part of the village going norh. Follow 28 north to the outer edge of the village and you will see Steet Chevrolet and then Heidelburg Bakery on right. (also a good place to get quality natural baked goods). You go 1/4 mile past bakery and Shells Bush Road will start on the right. It will be a large bridge going over the West Canada Creek. You will go 3 miles east to 926 Shells Bush Road. There is a red mailbox that looks like a tractor and sign beside it with Dutch Comstock Drive on it. The shop is on the Left past the house. Park where it is convenient.
People who are coming north from Pennsysvania on I-81 north or following the southern route to Binghamton will take I-88 from I-81 just north of Binghamton and go east 60 miles to Oneonta and just east of Oneonta will be exit for State route 28 north and Cooperstown. Route 28 north 60 miles will bring you to Herkimer.
06-22-2005, 01:51 PM
Are you going to do your Metalshaping 101 presentation at Dutch's?
06-22-2005, 03:25 PM
Are you going to do your Metalshaping 101 presentation at Dutch's?
I'll be glad to if anyone wants to see it. It's evolved since MetalMeet. I'm agonizing between trying to get it taped without the backlighting and wind noise and put on CD again or just going with what I have.
06-23-2005, 11:51 AM
I'll be there Friday through Sunday and ready to work. I might return Monday and Tuesday, we'll see how things go. I need to get some work done on my project too.
07-10-2005, 07:08 AM
Having a ball at Dutchs. We've got about 20 guys working on this 54?? Ford Panel and so far we've chopped the top, made a bunch of patch panels, etc. The cut top has been tacked in place and we're starting to TIG it in today.
Last night about 9 Randy Ferguson showed up surprising everyone.
I've got a bunch of photos from my camera I'll try and get them linked and explain later but for now you can see them at:
Here is a patch panel that Bryan made. Put a small crown in with steel wheels on the Ewheel, then the increasing radius curve with the Rubber Tire, and finally broke the angles on the sheetmetal break.
Here is the topless view
While the roof was off we fixed dents and dings where apparently folks danced ( or whatever ) on that big ole roof.
And here it is back on minus a 4" trim.
Learning a bunch of new stuff and renewing some lasting friendships. Later gang...times a wasting....
07-10-2005, 07:39 PM
Thanks for taking the time to keep us updated on what is going on at Dutches'. Looks like everyone is having a good time! Glad Randy made it.
07-14-2005, 02:50 PM
I heard there were at least 20 people at Dutch's regional MetalMeet ( I wasn't able to make it because I had too many commitments) but so far only one report and a few pictures that Kerry submitted.
How about some reports from the folks that attended? How about some more pictures? Please remember to put names to the faces when you submit the pictures.
My oldest son is autistic and he talks more than some of our members!!!!
07-14-2005, 03:58 PM
I had a great time at Dutch's metalmeet. Lots of new faces and old friends. I want to extend a big thank you to Dutch and Linda for opening up their place to us for such a wonderful time. I can't wait until next year. Most of the guys were going to a car show in Syracuse this weekend, so we probally won't hear from them for while.
07-15-2005, 07:27 AM
I had a great time. I brought 2 guys on Friday, who were astounded. (I THINK they came back Monday. Not sure though.) We had to leave early (3pm), because something came up. I brought yet another guy on Saturday. All three had a great time, including myself. We really appreciated Kerry's Metalshaping 101.
Dutch has a fantastic facility (Dutch- Wayne definately wants that 48 Ford Panel, let me know when things slow down so he can pick it up. He will call next week, but if you want it gone sooner.... )
It was nice to put faces to screennames. I enjoyed meetingeveryone and seeing Bill (Va) again!
07-15-2005, 04:26 PM
Many thanks to Dutch and Linda. There was much metal to shape, much to learn, and lunch was provided so that we could get right back to the shaping and learning!
Things were a bit more organized and the improved skill levels seemed to make things come together easier and more quickly than last year. It is obvious that we all have tuned our skills a bit. There was less hesitation to jump in and start shaping panels or removing dents.
Everyone left with some new ideas and improved skills.
Dutch, Kerry, Gator, and Ben are at the Syracuse Nationals today through Sunday with English wheels and some other hand tools. Though the weather has been hot, most of the day was good weather other than that one flood!
07-16-2005, 06:08 AM
we went , we saw and boy did we learn
everything in the shop was open to be used and a lesson on how it worked was only an ask away
every one was open and more than helpfull
Kerry... thanks for metalshaping 101 and the wheels, from someone who had never touched one until this weekend Wow! Its nice to see a tool that is built to last and be used not just some pretty piece to take up shop space, not that your wheels aren't pretty. This tool has moved up my list of tools to be had.
Jared thanks for teaching an old dog new tricks
Dutch and Linda thanks for everthing
07-16-2005, 05:52 PM
Steve, Learning new tricks is what it's all about. Even for the more experienced guys there is always something to learn. Sometimes the "dumb" questions are what make you stop to think about how you do what you do.
Dutch and Kerry will be at the Syracuse Nationals again tomorrow. I used Kerrys wheels all day today and agree that they are a very high quality product. It is a needed tool to produce highly smoothed panels and speed up planishing.
07-18-2005, 05:43 AM
I got back last night from the Syracuse Nationals Show and am thinking about going back to work this morning but had to check the site first.
I want to thank all of the people who came to my meet as you are the people who make it so rewarding to do this.We had a big project and with everyones help it went like clockwork and a super good start on the 56 F100 panel. The top chop is almost finished,The back filler has to be welded in and the left side seam has to be metalfinished. All of the outside rust repair panels are tacked in place and ready to be seam welded. It was great to see everone to be able to work along on this project. Thank you everyone and hpe you will be back next July, Dutch, Linda More pictures will be coming as every one gets back from the Syracuse meet and gets some much needed rest.
07-18-2005, 06:49 PM
THANK YOU Dutch and Linda I had a great time and learned a ton. Wish I could have stayed longer, cant wait till next time!!!
Hope to see you all at MM05 THANKS AGAIN.....Bill
07-19-2005, 03:27 AM
Hi All ,
we arrived save at home after a great vacation in the US ,a part of this was
the MM at Dutch and a few days at the Syricuse Nationals where i helped
Kerry and Dutch a little with demoing his great E-wheels.
First of all our great thanks to Dutchette ( Linda) for being a great host and she
also took the time to spent it with my wife.
Dutch, thanks for giving people the oppertunity to get started or evolve there
passion of metalshaping.
Kerry ,thanks for taking care of me at the Nationals, i had a great time in your
booth ,it is great fun showing people things they can't believe they happen.
On my way up to Boston i also dropped by at Wray,he showed me his shop
wich was a lot differend then a couple of years ago,i really liked that plasma
cutter that he put up in a special area i his shop.He also gave us (me my wife
and Randy a tour to some friends and the shop where it all started for himself
at his grandpa's old shop.There where a lot of old great cars out there.
Thanks for sharing this Wray.
Bob, Gator ,Bill ,Jared and all the other guys who where there (sorry for not knowing the names right now) thank you for sharing the fun.
07-19-2005, 04:41 AM
Whew. Got home last night about 8:30! 2400 miles more on the truck. Good to get back to Alabama where it's cooler! (Just kidding, it's in the 90's and high humidity here too but it was HOT in New York this year)
About Nashville the truck started feeling a little sluggish, I got out and looked things over and didn't see anything so came on home. When I got home the right front tire was very low on air and pretty warm. It's a new tire but I guess I picked up a nail or something. It didn't drive funny or pull, just seemed sluggish but I contributed it to the hills in Tennessee. Other than that, my 'new' truck that I got from Steve Mecurio (Steves Prostreet) ran great. Still getting used to driving a diesel.
Had a great time at Dutchs. As usual Dutch and Linda were great hosts and even let me camp in their yard. They even ordered me an executive washroom (porta potty) and put it right by my trailer (LOL).
It was really great to see some old friends and make some new ones. I was VERY impressed with the obvious increase in skill that everyone had since last year. I guess everyone has been making some scrap in their spare time. Dutch is going to HAVE to get a larger shear by next year though. That 16' toy is just not going to 'cut' it. ROTFLMAO!
In addition to the top chop, four major patch panels were made and installed in front and behind the rear fenders. The fronts were simple, the rears were not. We got them all installed. In addition, a few smaller rust spots were cut out and patches tacked in.
Ben (Pedalcar Ben) did an absolutely AMAZING thing that I need to get the photo up before I can describe it. Blew me away!
I have a bunch more photos and I'll try to get them resized and posted this week but have to do some stuff in the shop first to get ready for the street rod nationals in a couple weeks. I left my boys home this trip so they could keep building and they really cranked out the work. Now I'm behind on all the parts of the machine I make.
Thanks for all the kind words about our machines! One of the things that makes our efforts fun is the enthusiam and positive feedback of our customers and others. On this trip, we picked up our third repeat client.
The event was winding down by Tuesday, but Bill Firth, Gator (Rick Hemlick), Dutch and I were still going at it. Bill and Gator were combining the meet with a family vacation and hung around a while. Ben had to take his long suffering wife Cathy to a convention in Boston on Monday but returned Thursday.
Thursday, Dutch, Gator, Ben and I set up at the Syracuse Nationals. Dutch and Ben stayed in the "Imperial Gardens" (my trailer) with me at the show and helped me in the booth as did Gator and Jared Walsh. Dutch had his shrinking disks and slappers for sale and did really well with them.
Special thanks to Gator and his Nephew for staying until the show was over just to help us load the trailer.
07-19-2005, 05:40 PM
Just got home and could not wait to fill you in. We had about 15 people each day and 1 rusty ford panel truck. ( More rust than metal) There were people who never saw a mig welder before to new beginers to masters. We all had fun.
Be sure to ask randy about his dinner trip to the bronx. I have not stoped laughing yet. I learned that randy did not need anything to laugh at, he just did. Every time he started laughing we keep looking to see what we did wrong.
As kerry said i became a multipable wheel owner this trip. Dutch and i were talking about kerrys new mini wheel for 2 days but after buying a bridgeport, some slappers,and other things we figured i better not push it with the wife. When my wife met up with me at syracuse and saw the machine she asked me if i would buy it so her and the kids could help shape metal.Dutch and myself were shocked but only for as long as it took to load it in the car. AM I A LUCKY GUY OR WHAT. Im so lucky i stopped in muncy PA at grizzlys showroom and bought a 4 foot 12 gage steel finger brake with the wifes ok. BOY IM LUCKY.
I will try to post some pictures now but have never done so. May take a while
Thanks to Dutch,Linda,Kerry,Randy,Ben,Butter, Peanut and everyone who came to the meet. I cant wait for MM05.....Gator
07-19-2005, 06:06 PM
here we go
I really wish i could have made it! I had the privelege of attending the spring workshop at dutch's, and it was really an amazing experience.
Unfortunately i couldn't make the schedule work this time around, but I'm sure i'll be at the next one :)
Gator, sorry to say this, but --- pinch yourself--- yer only dreamin'. You have to be dreaming. You have to be. No-one could possibly be that lucky. Pinch yourself.
In your pictures, 036 and 042, I think, the vertical molding behind the door, I don't understand. How come in one pic, the molding doesn't line up, after the chop, then in the next pic, it does line up, but there's no cut lines or weld lines. What am I missing here? I know it looks like there was a lot of magic that weekend, but I'm not THAT big a believer in magic. Explain please?
I can't believe that you guys did, in a weekend, what its taken me five years to do. (Of course, Dutch has a 40 year head start on me, but that doesn't count, does it?) I need to attend some of Wray and Dutch's classes, I think.
07-21-2005, 12:58 PM
...In your pictures, 036 and 042, I think, the vertical molding behind the door, I don't understand. How come in one pic, the molding doesn't line up, after the chop, then in the next pic, it does line up, but there's no cut lines or weld lines. What am I missing here? I know it looks like there was a lot of magic that weekend, but I'm not THAT big a believer in magic. Explain please?
You have to BELIEVE in magic! And I call that magic, metal magic that is. That was what I was talking about earlier but it takes photos to explain. The moulding line is at an angle and when the 4" were taken out of it the top and bottom were off line about 1". Dutch said we were going to cut the bottom out and slide it over, weld in a patch. Next thing we knew, Ben was pecking at something up front and when we went to look, he had MOVED THE DANG MOULDING LINE!!!!!! He said, "The metal was there, we just needed to move the countour around.." Yeah right! He made it look easy. All done with hammer (slapper) and dolly. ALL OF IT! And it only took about an hour or less per side!!!!! That may be the most impressive thing I saw all weekend!
07-21-2005, 02:12 PM
These pics show the difference (I also had to look at them a couple of times, before I saw the difference)
In the first pic you see Ben working the other side. This side isn't done yet.
If you look very closely at the lower pic, you can see hammer marks along the blue line.
Yeah, Ben sure does some nice worh. I'm sure he would have used his Mechhammer if he could "screw" it around the post <LOL>.
07-21-2005, 04:59 PM
wooow !!! ben thats impressive. gary
07-21-2005, 10:03 PM
I don't suppose that anyone has any pictures that show that relocation underway?
I would like to know what approach or steps were taken to do that.
Do you flatten out the original detail line and then form in the new one or sort of walk it across or ???
07-21-2005, 10:33 PM
Hi Guys ,
thanks for the replies but i did not what i was doing haha.
what i mean is the basic was to cut it out and move it over and put in a patch
so when i would screw up i always was able to put in a patch.
I starded with drawind the line inside and out to know where i should end whit
the contour line and from their on i hammered the actual line downand flattened
with hammer dolly and slapper.The i hold a sharp dolly inside on the line and
hammered the offset with a radius hammer.You just have to go for it.
07-22-2005, 05:56 AM
I see it, but I don't believe it. Absolutely incredible Ben. I would have never attempted or thought of that!! Just goes to show you, there's more than 1 way to skin a cat!
I checked all the reference lines from the top photo, just to be sure it wasn't photoshopped, or someone pulling our leg. NICE WORK !!
(Still sitting here in AWE, kind of bewildered...)
07-22-2005, 09:35 AM
Hope you and your wife had a good trip home. Im glad we finally met, wish you were comming to MM05 but will see you next year. enjoyed the time we spent and tell your wife i said hello.Gator
07-24-2005, 09:51 AM
I want to get a spot weld cutter like we used at Dutch's. Anyone know the specs on the the cutter and the double ended drill? and where to get them.
Geez, Ben, that's impressive, all right. You never even knocked the paint off the surface of the metal. I've moved a moulding line over a sixteenth of an inch or so before, but to move it over a couple inches is unbelievable. Don't you know that can't be done??? John V.O.
07-25-2005, 03:06 PM
I want to get a spot weld cutter like we used at Dutch's. Anyone know the specs on the the cutter and the double ended drill? and where to get them.
I buy 1/8" double end bits from Harbor Freight. They are cheap and have worked well so far. I made my own Spot weld cutter from a broken drill bit. (5/16" ?) It's not hard to do if you've sharpened drill bits or made lathe tooling before. I don't know where Dutch gets his cutters.
07-25-2005, 04:26 PM
I picked up a spot weld cutter at Dutch's Supply place, Brown and Randal of Herkimer. They had a bunch on one of their many displays. Double ended 1/8" bits are available at any sheet metal supply place or machinery supply.
07-31-2005, 02:54 PM
Bob the hole saw spot weld cutter is made by roto broach I think the link is www.rotobroach.com Dutch
08-01-2005, 06:14 AM
Thanks Dutch, Kerry, Jared for the info!
09-07-2005, 08:24 AM
Hows the panel comming that we left you with at the july meet. Any pictures of the finished product or where its at now. I learned more than you will ever know at that meet, ( not just finding a new place to stay next time). Once agian, Thanks to you and linda for a great week. Gator
09-07-2005, 07:14 PM
HI Gator, I am slowly working along. I have the left and right front doorskins done and the left one is installed on the door.I am now aligning the upper door post and getting ready to fit the top of the door.It goes a lot slower without all of the help.Dutch
06-05-2012, 09:10 PM
Are there any Northeast Regional Metalmeets coming up for this year or did I miss my chance
06-07-2012, 05:44 PM
I posted for a Canadian metalmeet a little while back, more specifically something in the Toronto, Ontario area. A northeaster USA would be cool as well.. Buffalo NY or something.. No responses as of yet though
06-07-2012, 06:06 PM
I had access to the Vintage Celebration in Louden, New Hampshire, a week of old race cars and bikes, had a tough time getting people to go. A long way for me 1200+ miles. It was a few weeks ago, but if there was enough interest we could work at doing it in 2013.
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