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    painted cabs

    These still need paint on the doors and the glass put in. There for a lady down the road and will be put in a old farm house. She is slowly redoing this house, so i will be getting more work as the money comes in. Nothin real fancy but what she wants.
    Steve
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    Nice cabs Steve very fitting for an older style farm house..........or newer one for that matter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Nice cabs Steve very fitting for an older style farm house..........or newer one for that matter
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    Thanks Tom and Rennie. I really don't care for this style cab but the customer is always right.

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    Looks great to me.
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    I like 'em!
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    Maybe nothing fancy for you, but I know I['d be pretty challenged to build cabinets like those. They look great from here, Steve.
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    Thanks all.Vaughn i've seen your flat work so i know they woun't be a big deal for you ether.

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