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Dave and Edie Cox`s : High Country "Thunder Van" On the Workbench 4/12/20

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Awesome Stuff John!! This build sure looks great. You have hit this one out of the park.

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Looks awesome John you knocked it out of the park like you always do 😎

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It's a win against Photobucket!  Nothing should interfere with the publication of pics of this fantastic build... Your last details are simply amazing!   By the way, I like the drive system of your turntable sir... I'm kidding, it's great!!!

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Hey John,

If this double posts, it's because I went back to look at something while replying and when I came back.........poof..........my reply was gone.  Anyways, I went back and checked out the whole build again.  I missed details many  even though I've been following along.  She looks great.  2 queries for you.   1.   How did you form that fantastic mesh screen for the engine intake?   2.  What did you use specifically to get the scratches out of the glass........it's perfect.  

Saw the bike build with Curt too and it's so crazy that everyone should check that out.   Cheers sir! 

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Codi said:

Hey John,

If this double posts, it's because I went back to look at something while replying and when I came back.........poof..........my reply was gone.  Anyways, I went back and checked out the whole build again.  I missed details many  even though I've been following along.  She looks great.  2 queries for you.   1.   How did you form that fantastic mesh screen for the engine intake?   2.  What did you use specifically to get the scratches out of the glass........it's perfect.  

Saw the bike build with Curt too and it's so crazy that everyone should check that out.   Cheers sir! 

Hi Tim.....the Mesh I got from my good Buddy you know who he is....I cut a piece and  rolled It around a wooden pencil .which rolled into the perfect shape to attach to the intake.Then I cut a round piece and attached it to the front.

I wet sanded the windshield with 1200 then 2000 then 2500 then polished it out with Blue Magic Metal Polish .....then polished it out with 3M Glazing Polish .

thanks for asking Buddy

Edited by John Teresi

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most helpful John.   thanks!  

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WOW... just ...WOW      

What a treat to look thru this thread brother !!!   A classic John T.  build once again.

Randy

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The craftsmanship on this is nothing short of astounding!

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