I build all kinds of diffrent things. Post modern house crap snowboard park features, store displays ect . Here is a few things i've done.
Snowboard park wall ride Peter line in Photo
Redbull soap box derby race burm
Lets see yours
Last edited by Toecutterp; 12-24-2009 at 2:53 PM.
WHOA! that ramp in the parking lot looks like a blast!
Where's my skateboard?
That's some good work ya done there. I build alot of different things but I usually don't take too many pictures. I'll start takin more pics in the future.
Thats funny i keep in mind while i was building it that it had to be skatable too work, and it was. They just used it in LA this summer
I spent a lot of time building guitar amps when i was 18/19... im not a fabricator, but i like to make things?
I am straight awed by the amps
I got to get some photos of the farm cause those that've been by, wouldn't be recognizing the interior
Damn rusjack! Why the hell did you stop? Those amps looks clean. Wiring a bike must be a breeze?
I restore cars I do collision work and build hot rods and build models too
I got some government grants to start a small company and sold a few through shops in town, but it got to be too much work, and its hard to sell handmade amps to broke musicians!
I just started up a few weeks ago again, working on a tremolux clone for myself. I just needed a year away from it completley!
and wiring most things is easy at this point, diagrams are just riddles
I'm working on this Rotocaster for a friend right now. Still need to make the inner frame.
I'm thinking I could make taillights in this sucker pretty easy, two at a time.
Heres a few car couches I built. Both cars were saved from being crushed. At least the back end of them. They are wired to run the rear tail lights and the caddy has a smoke machine so you can hit a button and smoke comes out of the exhaust. The mustang has a clock that looks like a tach built in with cup holders, original mustang buckets and I used door panels from a mustang to make the side panels. Everything is all metal no fiberglass
couches and amps are badass!! nice work fellas! unfortunately at this time I dont have extra time to fab anything other than bikes/bike parts! SOMEDAY!!!
Thanks guys. Believe me I know the feeling. It took me forever to build the caddy couch because I was busy doing paint and bodywork for everyone else.
By the way are you Josh from G&L? You put my XS up on your site. Thanks Its MIke@ Visual Impact
Started woodturning years ago, finally started selling some stuff. Now it pays for wood, new tools and parts to built my bike!!!