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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:29 pm 
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This is a truck bed that i finished for Bruce Horkeys Wood & Parts he makes and sell these all around the country. I finish them if the customer wants it pre finished.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:42 pm 
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Nice work.

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WOW, if I had a truck bed that looked like that, I'd never carry anything back there. 8)

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Very Nice. What finish are you using?

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Spar varnish the first two coats are a 75% 25% thined coat and the third is 90% 10% and followed up with three more non thined coats


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That must be for a show truck. It looks great.

Have a great day.


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Very nice work, how do you get such a nice finish? My finishing skills need some improvement and any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

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Now that's way to nice to leave parked outside.

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First person to scratch it will be hauled away with it I reckon :D

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Mango wrote:
First person to scratch it will be hauled away with it I reckon :D


I'll hold him - you punch. I'm with you that's too beautiful to throw stuff on top of. It will get scratched - but they know who to call to fix it!

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Thanks for the kind words. these bed are put into show trucks. these bed have made feature stories in most of the show truck magazines . They even installed one on a tv show on spike tv called trucks.


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Nice truck bed, Ash or Oak? Super finish.


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the bed is ash


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