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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION
Gearling #632158 Mon Oct 05 2015 03:12 PM
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It came home this weekend --would like to have the walls up next weekend--Who's coming to help (hahaha)

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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION
bam-it #632159 Mon Oct 05 2015 03:17 PM
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looks like a lot of work but the end result will be worth it,
keep us posted as it reaches completion.. ... cool


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advertologist #632208 Tue Oct 06 2015 02:44 AM
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Looking good.Lots of work-huh? Are you going to be putting it up this year? Is there a floor to it? If not what are your plans for a floor?

Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION
bam-it #632987 Mon Oct 12 2015 02:50 PM
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It has been a busy weekend --We set up the platform and got it all leveled--then got up on Saturday neither Michael or I was happy with it so we moved it to the next location in the yard--then had to move all the panels to it --Crew came on Sunday and The walls are up--Yea-Wanted to decorate a little and stepped on the front board and the Lubester tipped and broke one of the windows --But it was still a Great start this weekend--To Tired to worked on it Today-- Just sat and looked at it

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bam-it #632989 Mon Oct 12 2015 02:52 PM
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I think these lights will look good --What do You Think??

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bam-it #633040 Mon Oct 12 2015 07:04 PM
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Looks great, keep up the good work


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That will look cool when finished any idea what brand you will do?

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Undecided at this time-- maybe Tydol or Texaco

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bam-it #633338 Thu Oct 15 2015 07:24 PM
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Looking good, glad it was saved.

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bam-it #633500 Sat Oct 17 2015 02:28 PM
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Think most diffcult part is done--all metal trusses are on--these were sooo heavy--located a perfect door --can't wait to pick it up

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bam-it #633504 Sat Oct 17 2015 03:53 PM
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Looks great! Looking forward to seeing it with paint on it...


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bam-it #633506 Sat Oct 17 2015 04:25 PM
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You all may have to wait till spring for paint --running out of weather--We had a mini show shower today while doing this

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Jim T asked and I don't think you answered him ? What are you doing for a floor ? Wood, pouring concrete ???

Thanks Doug

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That's going to be really neat . Can't wait to see it finished.


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bam-it #633617 Sun Oct 18 2015 06:31 PM
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Looks great!


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