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    Backbar

    Heres a Backbar I'm doing....

    http://img856.imageshack.us/i/e31ce4...c478a744c.jpg/

    http://img705.imageshack.us/i/c747f9...2ee1028c4.jpg/

    http://img850.imageshack.us/i/00d5fb...5231d91f1.jpg/



    This is going into a basement, Will be starting the bar next.

    a coustom blended walnut with a poly or lacquer finish..
    "Its only by minute attention to every detail that you will achieve perfection"

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    Very nice! I bet it looks even better out of the garage!
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    That looks great, John. I hope you can show some pics once it's installed.
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    That looks great!
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    Looks great!

    I was trying to figure out what a backbar was. I was thinking maybe some tool used for turning, but it was posted in the flatwork projects!

    Looks great! I might have to try my hand at one of those some time!
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    Beautiful
    Can't wait to see everything finished and installed.
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    Pretty.
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    Great job on the back bar. My wife's g-g-grandfather used to build saloon fixtures. Some day I'd like to build one, or better yet find one of his to grace the house with.

    Some pics of their catalog...

    https://picasaweb.google.com/liberty...lass/KaudyMfg#
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    Really nice!

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