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    Barrett Jackson/Mecum Auctions....what would happed there? Hmmmm :-) Not for sale my friends :-)

    Thanks again:-)[/QUOTE]

    Don't say that jb, if the price was right anything at the Jones' is for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbrewington View Post
    Barrett Jackson/Mecum Auctions....what would happed there? Hmmmm :-) Not for sale my friends :-)
    I think you have the worst scenario possible, a nightmare so to speak. It is a part of you and it is made by you for you. Kinda like selling an arm. But then again, it could make you a very tidy sum! I wonder if the loss could be covered by a $750,000 bid?

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    I will be sending the front coil springs, front control arms, and rear 4-link out for paint this week.


    Damn I wished you lived closer JB, my powder coating buddy does stuff on the weekends for cash CHEAP!!!!

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    I can fully understand the attachment with your project. There is no amount of money that anyone could offer that would make me consider selling my 2A. Now my ongoing wagon project, if the right money showed up, I might consider it. It would have to be a pile of cash. Much more than the actual value of the project. Too much time and effort invested to just let it go.

    The next month will be exciting to watch your project come back together.

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    I cant wait either gm! That thing is going to be crawling out before you know it.

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    I guess we got to close to the sun and started thinking to much.... :-)

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    Instead of buying, decided we will just make our own.

    Let me introduce the year2022 model of the 1956 Willy’s Wagon sliding window lock/knob:-)
    Last edited by jbrewington; 08-05-2022 at 11:26 AM.

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    I will be interested in a set for my project. The knobs will add a nice flair.

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    Always thought about welding a bunch of scrap iron and parts that i had laying around and calling it sculpture , would bring lots of money my way lol.

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    That's LarrBeard's favorite art form.... scrap metal welded up and painted and left on a lawn somewhere! Just kidding, I don't think LarrBeard is a fan! Definitely doesn't take a lot of thought. The scrap sculpture does appear to attract tax dollars.

    Now jb's wagon.... That is truly art! The art of mechanics, the art of the welder, the art of the creator! That thing just keeps getting better. Fantastic work jb!

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    You are correct bmorgil on JB’s piece of Artwork, can’t wait to see it finished!!!!
    Especially love the color

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