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  • X2bj
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    Rustabus
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    That looks like a Monster!!!!! More info please!!!!!!!!! 🙂

    X2bj
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    Rustabus it’s definitely the elephant in the room. I believe it weighs 4000 lbs. But it rolls easily on some pipe rollers.. this is a ok video of what pat wants to use it for. Dies can easily be made to make custom profile dies. https://youtu.be/dJZdGGGZ1JI

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    BBWB
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    I would love to have access to metal shaping tools like that.

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    MikeK
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    A Pullmax, Trumph, Lennox nibbler is on my short list of shop tools though I have yet to see one turn up around here.  Strange considering one of the largest steel manufacturing plants West of the Mississippi is half an hour south of me.

     

    Tooled up and in the right operators hands, that’s a very useful machine.  Where did your friend find it and if you don’t mind, what was the selling price for a point of reference.

    Lone Star
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    2 weeks ago I flew to Dallas Texas to help chop this one. Mr Gene was still under the weather. My friend Allan chopped the car instead. Allan and his team did a great job chopping this one. He didn’t really need my help so I helped my friend move his pullmax around

    I came out to the show on Saturday and watched them chopping the top.  Really cool watching it happen in live.

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    I don’t know how much he payed for them. My one friend has a Lennox but it’s a small machine. He still makes parts on it. Mr. Gene has a nice one and my friend matchstick has a nice one in California.   The guy also had a vibra shear (?) It was a cool machine also.   I see them for sell on Facebook market place for fair market value.  There is also a Facebook group page for them

    X2bj
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    Lone Star it’s a fun time.  The Dallas show was fun but it’s a smaller show.

    X2bj
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    This weekend I flew to Detroit to help we chopped Bill Hines original lil bat car. The car was built by Bill Hines in Detroit. It was his daily driver when the went to California. The car was restyled and showed.. then the top was cut off to make it a bubble top car and never finished

    X2bj
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    IMG_20200301_170825615This weekend I flew to Detroit to help we chopped Bill Hines original lil bat car. The car was built by Bill Hines in Detroit. It was his daily driver when the went to California. The car was restyled and showed.. then the top was cut off to make it a bubble top car and never finished

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    Bob fry owns the car he’s one of the best owners I have worked for. IMG_20200301_141313309

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    I had to burn some lead out of this one. It’s still melted in my shoesIMG_20200301_120644448

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    Mr Gene has welding 🥰😍🥰

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    X2bj
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    I got to gas weld on this one. Screenshot_20200302-195838

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