My First Restoration (pic heavy)

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rmason

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Well, here it is my first restoration.

Here is were it started.

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Then I sanded it down.

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Finally the finished product.

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A Special Thanks to roth, The Old Cajun, snagstang, darjones and everyone else on the forum for the advice even if you did give me any directly, past threads have been a huge help, so once again Thanks to all of you guys. Your all awesome!

~Ron

 

tbradsim1

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RM I think you did a fine job son, now you have a little more confidence, it's like Emerill Lagasse the chef says, ( It ain".t Rocket Science) Really put the old girl back on the road.

 

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snagstangl

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looks great, you picked a pretty tough pipe for your first so it will all be downhill, nice crack fix, that is usually a deal breaker for me when buying a pipe, just dont want to mess with it much.

 
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