gasser59

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  • Location NW Phoenix
  • Full Name Brad Norgaard

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  1. gasser59 added a post in a topic '59 Chevy Advance Scout Truck - African Airstream Caravan   

    Haha….me too. Licensed as well.
  2. gasser59 added a post in a topic '59 Chevy Advance Scout Truck - African Airstream Caravan   

    Thx Bruce. No, not a plumber by trade, in fact I hate plumbing. I don't mind putting in new but can't stand repairing the stuff.  LOL
    So glad all of this was new.
  3. gasser59 added a post in a topic Eric Goodrich`s:: "IRON LUNG" - On the Workbench 2/8/16   

    So good to speak with you briefly today Johnny. Glad you steered me towards this thread. I, like Chris, are all buckled up, seat back tables are in their upright position and we're a GO for liftoff.
  4. gasser59 added a post in a topic '59 Chevy Advance Scout Truck - African Airstream Caravan   

    Thanks so much Gator. The hanging clothes in the closet aren't really detailed since you can only see the sides of them.
  5. gasser59 added a post in a topic Walt's Puffer Too T-Bucket Altered   

    Thanks so much Codi. Have you put the printing plate to good use yet?
  6. gasser59 added a post in a topic '59 Chevy Advance Scout Truck - African Airstream Caravan   

    Thanks Dave. This one has been a real challenge for me. Just when i think I'm almost done, I realize just how much there is still to do.
  7. gasser59 added a post in a topic Walt's Puffer Too T-Bucket Altered   

    Now that the body's done, I have a bit of fine tuning adjustments on the steering arm and drag link. Its under a bit of tension and not straight. Hopefully this fix is minor.


  8. gasser59 added a post in a topic Vintage Teardrop Trailer Dio   

    I've always wanted to make a flyfishing man's vest ever since I added the flyfishing rod, net and creel. I plan on experimenting with a variety of materials to do this because I want the vest to show all of the bulging pockets and a couple of flies pinned to the wool patch.
  9. gasser59 added a post in a topic Walt's Puffer Too T-Bucket Altered   

    Thanks guys but it still has a ways to go before its done.
  10. gasser59 added a post in a topic Vintage Teardrop Trailer Dio   

    Here's the pic of the paper towels and holder.

    Other than a few minor smalls that may get added, this one is done.
  11. gasser59 added a post in a topic '59 Chevy Advance Scout Truck - African Airstream Caravan   

    A bit of work done on this finally. Added another box and a pillow to the shelf in the wardrobe closet, no picture at this time. Now that the driver's side cabinet is complete, it got glued in place. Also made a soap dish for the bathroom/shower our of printing plate and evergreen.


    Also started on the front window frame for the camper out of more printing plate.


    More to come this week.
  12. gasser59 added a post in a topic Walt's Puffer Too T-Bucket Altered   

    Thanks for your interest guys. Here's a shot of the final decals. There was a small rectangular one in the lower front which a couldn't make out so I found a generic one.

    Getting closer to the finish line and well past half track now.
  13. gasser59 added a post in a topic Vintage Teardrop Trailer Dio   

    I made a roll of paper towels and a chrome holder and hung it on the underside of the lifted lid. I had to research to find out when paper towels became available and believe it or not, it was the early '30s. I'll try to get a picture up tomorrow.
  14. gasser59 added a post in a topic flooring   

    You could also make them on the computer and print them out on card stock.
  15. gasser59 added a post in a topic Stuff for the shelves   

    I find pictures online by doing google searches and copying them and scaling them down to the right size on my page layout program. I make several of the same incase I miss cut or something, then I have an extra or two and don't have to print out another full size sheet.