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    This was a great project and my first time to strip an entire blank and recoat. Alex at FTU was a big help in getting me started and I hope it lasts another 20+ years.
    Nothing fancy, just a little facelift!
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    You do nice work!
    "Curmudgeon only pawn in game of life."



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    Well done !
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    That veneer wood under the writing looks amazing. Speaking of the writing, what does it say? Looks like "Cut farts" to me.
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    Haha!
    Here's a better shot and it's "Cutbaits" which is a screen name like your WadinMoron.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WadinMoron View Post
    That veneer wood under the writing looks amazing. Speaking of the writing, what does it say? Looks like "Cut farts" to me.
    That would have made it the curmudgeon special!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Haha!
    Here's a better shot and it's "Cutbaits" which is a screen name like your WadinMoron.
    Ha Ha Ha! Thanks Randy! From this angle, the "b" is more clear. I knew cut farts couldn't be right. Again, that veneer looks awesome.
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    Nice job Randy!!! Recycling an old favorite is what I really like about it!!! Beautiful work!!

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