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Unread 10-17-2010, 12:18 AM   #11
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That's awesome! You sound like a great Dad.

One of my fondest memories is taking apart an old car engine with my dad, and I was 9 at the time. Neither of us really knew what we were doing, but I finally got to see how the pistons and all actually worked.

Your kids will always remember this little project. By all means, keep the pics coming!
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Unread 10-17-2010, 09:51 AM   #12
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Your son is at that just right age, young enough to not be interested in GIRLS and old enough to need some pre-teen time before he's "too old to be seen with his dad" in public. Besides you very soon are going to have to contend with BOYS in your girls lifes? I know as I raised 5 girls and one boy. You are a true DAD, keep up the good work on your children as well as carts.
Keep pictures coming.
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Unread 10-19-2010, 04:00 PM   #13
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Well,....as you will see I ain't no painter! Highs and lows....but I know what I did wrong....I went too fast. Painting is an art that requires patience....now I know. Also, wouldn't be a bad idea to have some saw horses and an extra paint gun. I'll see what I can fix with some wet sanding and another coat?
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Unread 10-19-2010, 04:20 PM   #14
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For a first try I would say you did very well. It takes many light coats with a half over lap of spray to each wet coat and just allow light flashed between. Like I was always told you can always sand down mistakes and smooth them out and put on another coat or two.
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For a first try I would say you did very well. It takes many light coats with a half over lap of spray to each wet coat and just allow light flashed between. Like I was always told you can always sand down mistakes and smooth them out and put on another coat or two.
Thanks for the encouragement, I will get better at this....
Funny thing is a painter friend of mine offered to paint for nothing if I supplied the paint. My wife was, like let him do it! I had to explain...how am I going to learn if someone else does it...free or not...that's not what I'm teaching my son!
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It looks a lot better than I could do! It's almost always windy here, and I don't have a building to paint in. Mine will probably be primer white for quite a while!

Keep up the good work! You've got something there to be proud of.
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Thanks All.
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Unread 12-07-2010, 10:42 PM   #18
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Some update photos, hope you enjoy. Remember, I am a hobby'ist, so no comments...unless there positive. J/K. Thanks for looking.
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The cart looks great! Nicely done! You and the kids have something to be very proud of!

How's it running?
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Some more of the metals and trim....hammered metal black paint.

I need brackets 1 and 4 in your picture to finish a cart. Any ideas where to get them?
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