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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    A mini space heater???
    Heck yeah! That things been plugging away for more then 10 years in my garage,and works like a charm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorlou View Post
    this ain't quite as artsy as some of the other things on here but my main job is ( was) masonry contracting. i recently picked up a quick job for the extra $$$ finally made it back to my garage after several weeks!!! and the culprit of all this neglect.........





    May not be artsy, but that is one hell of an accomplishment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by akasarin View Post
    WOW, some amazing stuff here in this thread. Heres my shit:

    I was a federally licensed firearms manufacturer
    WWII German MG42, with markings. Was torch cut in 4 places. Tig welded back to life, converted to semi-auto with an FAL Trigger group. The sale of this actually funded my Sporty purchase.

    Before:


    After:



    Yugoslavian RPK

    Before:

    After:


    AK Underfolder, Romanian AK (that I built)modded with a Yugo underfolder stock, I built and sold about 50 standard AKs while licensed, This was one of the toys I Kept for myself as was the Yugo RPK


    Browning 1919A4 I built from box of parts, fabbing the right side plate from flat steel plate, semi auto, I also built the chest its sitting on.


    Guitar body I made from poplar wood laminated together and hand shaped, fitted to a neck from another guitar. I did the paint as well with leftover paint from my bike. Its a copy of a Dean, Dime Razor.

    How did that one end up torch cut? That is an awesome project! Thats like restarting a heart!

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    How did that one end up torch cut? That is an awesome project! Thats like restarting a heart!
    When I was doing these, torch cutting the receiver of the imported firearms was the only way to get them in the country, the reciever(serial numbered part), had to be destroyed in such a way to make it unusable(yea right, u see how that worked out!), this was how all the guns I built started out. When rebuilt they had to contain a certain number of US parts, since I "remanufactured" the welded piece, it was then considered US made. Now (per ATF regs) all imported kits have to have the barrels cut/destroyed as well. Thats why I dont do it as a money maker now, after the cost of a new barrel all profits are gone...Fuckin ATF put a lot of small manufacterers out of business like this with their senseless bullshit regulations.

    Just a fact: Anyone can build a firearm at home for personal use without serial numbers or registering it (COMPLETELY OFF THE BOOKS!), provide that person is allowed to own a firearm and the type of firearm is allowed where they reside.(you would be amazed at how many unserial numbered AKs are in the hands of americans right now!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by akasarin View Post
    When I was doing these, torch cutting the receiver of the imported firearms was the only way to get them in the country, the reciever(serial numbered part), had to be destroyed in such a way to make it unusable(yea right, u see how that worked out!), this was how all the guns I built started out. When rebuilt they had to contain a certain number of US parts, since I "remanufactured" the welded piece, it was then considered US made. Now (per ATF regs) all imported kits have to have the barrels cut/destroyed as well. Thats why I dont do it as a money maker now, after the cost of a new barrel all profits are gone...Fuckin ATF put a lot of small manufacterers out of business like this with their senseless bullshit regulations.

    Just a fact: Anyone can build a firearm at home for personal use without serial numbers or registering it (COMPLETELY OFF THE BOOKS!), provide that person is allowed to own a firearm and the type of firearm is allowed where they reside.(you would be amazed at how many unserial numbered AKs are in the hands of americans right now!)
    i have on of those! I also have a few other goodies. But my state flipped the bird to ATF and passed a law saying firearms manufactured in Wyoming, and for sale in wyoming do not need to comply with federal law!


    Anyway......
    Thats some talent and attention to detail to be able to weld a torched gun back together! Pretty impressive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern1 View Post
    Man.....I am humbled....there is some SERIOUS TALENT on here!
    Here are some things I fool with:
    Restored these:


    Designed and scratch built this:

    and this:

    for use in Scenario Paintball games.

    Couple of other project pages:
    BruinGilda the AeroSwine

    The Brick

    Build and do custom work on lots of Paintball Markers:









    Also custom build PCP air pistols and rifles.
    Oh, yeah, throw in some Harley time there too.
    I learned how to tech Angels and cockers from Rocky and Ed at Warped HQ and worked at a few shops through college! Played a lot of tourney ball in my day too! Really miss the trips with those guys! Love the old Sheridans man and you do some great work! That E-cocker on the top RULES!!! I love how you switched the ram to the rear. I have never seen that actually!
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    Built all the rails here:



    This one is pretty fun:


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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyT View Post
    Built all the rails here:



    This one is pretty fun:

    thats awesome! THats one place where creativity is encouraged!

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    Jimthefred-

    That Galaxie is sweet, looks brand new - my dad had one just like it when i was growing up - traded it for a 1986 Monte Carlo - wanted to die that day.

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    I built custom staircases in new homes.





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    nice amps dude

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    in a past life i used to make custom computers, i retired from it in 2005, i figured i had taken it as far as it could go.











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    Quote Originally Posted by OgdenCityMurderCycles View Post
    We've been known to fab some stuff up.

    KC Hi-Lites Sandrail


    We do a ton of work... Mainly Jeeps and bikes...
    Crazy thing is, depending on how old that pic is I may have had my greasy mitts all over that engine.

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    @ MotherFuckingMike, you might have. Depends on where you are and where you work. That rail was a 3-way project between (us) Off The Back Fab, Marshall Motoart, and Laughing Gas. It's about three years old now.

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    Iv done a couple outlaw drag radial, cars dragsters, and outlaw 10.5 cars. Iv also bagged a couple trucks that i can find pics of right now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by OgdenCityMurderCycles View Post
    @ MotherFuckingMike, you might have. Depends on where you are and where you work. That rail was a 3-way project between (us) Off The Back Fab, Marshall Motoart, and Laughing Gas. It's about three years old now.
    I worked at Turnkeyengine supply from 05-07. I did all the wiring, accesories, blowers, turbos and a few other things. That I believe is a Turnkey Kennebell engine.

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    I build towers bolt it all up, Or connect all the pieces together. Not much welding to much sitting for me! The right side in the last one. At apprentice school two years ago.

    Thats where the name comes from. I work Iron and ride iron. So ironhead and 86 is my local number. Everyone else does some kick ass shit too!

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    There's some relly cool stuff on here!
    I just build dumb tattoo machine and do tattoos with them.
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    Cory

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    Horicory, i like that machine. Iv thought of trying to make my own just havent got around to trying it.

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