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Looks great! It would probably help with the weight if you can get an aluminum engine block. I don't remember where I saw it but I've also seen someone converting a transmission into a man cave sink.
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Thanks for making me feel like I can do it. I'll post when I find the right object to do it with. Also, I think I'll try using really thin stainless steel wire so it won't discolor or rust.
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Great idea! I think I'll apply this to a bass guitar. I like things that look... different. I've only seen 1 or 2 basses that fall into that category. Both way out of my $ range. This way, I can do 1 step at a time & have something by mid-year 2017. Thank you for the insperation!
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If you sew across the bottom of an old tank top, you don't need to do anything else.
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