Thank you. The long boards are in relatively great shape so I would hold back cutting them up as a last option. I may have a line on a rough pair of shorties that need some work/rust repair so we will see. I'll PM you if I need that template! Thanks.If your long boards are in good shape this is always an option, be happy to send you a template:
When your wife blows her stack over you bringing home Cruiser parts, tell her to be glad you're not bringing home a bunch of floozies instead !
If your parts are in Melbourne, i am sure i could help.Spoken my a.man who has obviously been single a while. No sane man would be bringing floozies home. The trouble would be bringing home what he caught from the floozie and then sharing it with his wife.
This is the number one rule in a marriage.View attachment 1956250
This hangs on our wall. In the case of bringing see home something from a floozie not sure even rule number one would help. Got the bringing cruisers parts home straighten out a long time ago. So much so she has become a enabler. Now I'm dealing with figuring out where I'm going to put two pallets of parts I have in Australia. Seems there is little interest in old cruiser projects and now thinking scarp metal may be the best solution.
If your parts are in Melbourne, i am sure i could help.