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looks like a great tool for body work. Do you restore cars?
 
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And a whole truck bed. Imagine the planning….or 50 prototypes 😁
 

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looks like a great tool for body work. Do you restore cars?

I have: 1950 Chevy P/U, 1964 Chevy El Camino, 1971 Chevy Nova, 1973 Chevy 3/4 T 4x4 P/U which is the current build; I took it down to the frame, sandblasted and then painted the frame...learned how to do body work by working on the '73...cut out rust and welded in replacement sheet metal...it's a "20 foot" job because I did not care how it turned out, sprayed the body and bed with primer and will, real soon now, paint it with bed liner...it's a long slow process.
 

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And a whole truck bed. Imagine the planning….or 50 prototypes 😁
I did a lot of research and printed out various rotators I found on the 'net...figured out approximate dimensions by estimating other objects of known size in the pics...laid out the scale drawing in Corel Draw and the rest was cutting and welding...works really well!
 

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Your efforts look like they paid off well.
 
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