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Did another sign last week. I paid a couple hundred bucks for this one a few years ago but it’s pretty rough. Cleaned it real good and hit it with a rattle can in a few places. Sanded it backdown with 600 grit and then cleared it. Not as dramatic an improvement as the last one but it should be preserved for a few more years now.

Hung it up in my backyard at the house just to change things up a bit.

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Did another sign last week. I paid a couple hundred bucks for this one a few years ago but it’s pretty rough. Cleaned it real good and hit it with a rattle can in a few places. Sanded it backdown with 600 grit and then cleared it. Not as dramatic an improvement as the last one but it should be preserved for a few more years now.

Hung it up in my backyard at the house just to change things up a bit.

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Nice job on the sign Ron.
 
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My pal David Myers, an orthodontist in Conway, Arkansas has a hot rod themed orthodontic clinic with a lot of cool stuff that he built himself for the clinic.
The front desk is a '48 Ford "woody" complete with roof suspended above the counter with a surfboard on top. His desk is a '59 Cadillac that he built Watson-style and he also built two sofas, one from a '59 Cadillac and the other a '56 Olds 98. If you google "hot rod orthodontic office" you'll see a lot more photos.
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