Louvers

Rather than punching the same old louvers, Ryan wanted something a little different for the hood of his truck. We laid out the pattern measuring at least 100 times then cut the lines with a grinder, then used the English wheel and the Louver Die I had made up to roll back and forth until the louver was fully formed. We had to remove all the inner bracing and reweld it back in once the hammer and dollying was done -might as well fix the dents while were at it

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George’s truck

George has got some whacky ideas… And I love them, don’t know how this one will end up because it changes every time he shows up

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Just a little off the top

Who needs all that head room anyway? It’s not like we are wearing top hats around anymore. With the chop done, everything comes apart for final welding now.

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