Project by MRTRIM posted 12-20-2008 03:18 PM 2937 views 0 times favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

back in the late 70s i leased an 11000. sq. ft . building , half of which i used for my autobody and restoration shop . at some point i subleased part of it to a furniture and cab. maker . we hit it off pretty well and he ended up teaching me woodworking and i was teaching him to work on his car . here are some of my very first projects .
a little birdseye maple stand with teak insert panels , i gave it to my daughter and she still has it .

a curleymaple and walnut wall shelf w/ a drawer . i either sold it or gave it away . i dont remember which

an oak stereo cab, with two speaker stands . my first hand carvings on the stands . i sold the set to a friend in the late 80s when i moved to atlanta

at thats a little tidbit of history , the good ole days !
sorry about the pics there pretty old

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posted 12-20-2008 03:22 PM

in exchange for the introduction to wood working , i helped my friend restore this old comaro


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posted 12-20-2008 04:10 PM

those are nice projects, Trim. Looks like you learned well. I started out as a mechanic too. Woodworking was just a hobby until I retired. Nice job on the Camaro.

-- Tim

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posted 12-20-2008 04:56 PM

A ‘68 drop top? WOW! Bet you wish that one was still around. BTW, when did you live in Atlanta? I lived there during the ‘80s. Sweet time it was. Great beginnings.


-- "Imagination is more important than knowledge" -- Albert Einstein

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posted 12-20-2008 05:20 PM

You started off with some pretty nice pieces.And I love that car.A friend of mine had one in blue when we were younger.We used to put the top down and just cruise around all day.And it only cost us a buck for gas.(lol)

-- Dustygirl Hastings,Ont. Life is too short to sit around doing nothing

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posted 12-20-2008 08:23 PM

Thanks for sharing MrT. Kind of fun to go through those old pictures of the good old days.

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posted 12-21-2008 02:25 AM

Great looking work, both wood and metal.

-- Retired in Delaware

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posted 12-21-2008 01:08 PM

thanks everyone ,
jacee i moved to atlanta around 88 , i loved it and still miss the fine homes i worked on there . i actually lived in buford near lake lanier

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