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Thread: Is That A Willys Wagon?? 1956 Willys Project

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    You are spot on JB it is a art and there are not to many artist left that do it the ole fashion way!!

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    These guys have an inherit ability to "see" a flat surface. Amazing how it looks after paint.

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    More craziness up in here today...

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    Now that is unique!

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    Still doing that thing called fabricating. Getting more and more done.

    Interior braces and underneath rear quarter panel bracing. Been working; just not posting. I will be posting some pics soon you guys might find a little more interesting ��

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    I hope you are not planning on needing that! (Like a parachute or pistol - if you do need it, you want it to be there, just in case.)

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    We're good at watching someone else work.

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    jb, if you have an idea of how many hours have/are going into this, it would be educational to know. I think many are unaware of the amount of time that goes into the planning and engineering as well as fabrication and assembly fitting etc. I would love to hear the number of hours it takes for a shop like yours (well equipped, technically sound and capable) to do such a project.

    Be sure to download your thread every now and then. It will be a cool addition to the build. We have lost a thread or two from time to time!

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    Can you educate me further on the how to download this thread. Not familiar.

    And I will have to get back with you on hours involved.

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    Under "Thread Tools" choose "Show a Printable Version". From there you can use your browser to save it as a PDF file. Unfortunately the pictures wont be there so you have to keep track of the photos yourself.

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