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Seed Spreader (Before and After)

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MarksA-C
It took a few days, and alot of waiting for the Rain to pass...but its all done! Before...


Now...










Old Stuff Does anyone remember this? Its the old Mongomery Wards Seed Spreader that I got at a Estate sale for $.75! Finally I am finishing what I started...








This is that Mobile workbench that I was also telling about...




This is where I am now...






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MarksA-C
RAIN RAIN RAIN!!! I hope to get this thing finished by This weekend and the next Rain. And I think they are GI Joes, I got this pic of Google. :p

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Ketchamized
Mark, Nice job on the seed spreader, and that mobile cart is a great idea. :) I would have done the same thing if I didn't get my new to me trailer. I'm going to use my trailer as a trailer as well as a mobile work bench. Dual purpose use. :)

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MPH
That turned out really sharp looking Mark. Didn't it have some bad rust problems, like hole in it when you started? Haven't noticed hub caps like theose 2 screw one since the last time I rebuild a RadioFlyer Coaster wagonsm01. We won't talk about how long ago that's been;)

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MarksA-C
No Holes, had some pitting near the bottom and alot of surface rust. Took alot of Sanding, and Many layers of Rustoleum Paint, but it turned out great. Thank You MPH

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