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I got board with my time and figured I would do some TIG welding. I picked up about $25 worth of aluminum from my local Lowes and started to weld. Took me about 4 hours total including the design time. Before I knew it it looked like this.







While I was taking pictures, I figured I would snap one of my other baby.

 

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Nice picture of other baby, I've got a Scott's spreader just like that one. :joke:
 

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Looks great! I sold my stang cuz I was bored w/ it after 16 years and bought the 9. No regrets!!
 

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Good job on the grill,:bigthumbsup: Good idea to. I started on the swing arm. A mod that did not cost any thing but tire and wheels, But no regrets.
Keep up the work bro.
Dam Guy
 

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Thank you all for the good comments. For those of you interested in the 67 Mustang, I have a cardomain page with all the pictures and information about the restoration as well as finished pictures. For everyones information, I did 99.9% of the work to the car. The only things I did not do myself was machine the engine block, build the transmission, and cover the console. My way of thinking is, If I can do it, why bother paying someone to do it for me.
 

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Pretty nice attempt at a grill. I think you can do better though. Try again and send me the result and I'll let you know what I think!:joke:
 

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I am trying to come up with a jig, so I can weld up these grilles fast enough to make some money and still make them affordable. What would you guys be willing to pay for one of these?
 
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