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Very nice metal art sculpture, shows some serious talent…
Would love to have that praying mantis in my garden.
Can’t wait to see the lady bug appear out of your imagination,and the parts you have and find just laying around.
I wish I was half that creative.
@1963impala2dr I don’t know where I was when you showed that???? Must have moved my eyes reading comments or something.. Thanks
bah, I spoke too soon, Should have figured you wouldn’t forget.
Lady bug, huh? Heheheh, one for rpeek. find a pair of VW Bug front fenders, instant Lady bug
@phill903 thanks and stay tuned.. haha
@jacktheripped I’m not even going to say it.. lol
@56CrownVick you probably are if you just dig in and get started
What about the antennae?
@Busia1949 obviously you didnt watch it
I posted before you got to the end. You kept saying it was done…Impatient me…oops!
@Busia1949 yep, it was done, so were the antennae
fantastic job Ken I love it .. im currently wrkn on a robot yard peice made out of a old small scuba tank. ill post some pics when im done. that stove leg makes the piece in my opinion ..man i just love that mantis .. it wood look pretty cool surfin in the bed of that old 32. haha
@wayoutwestify thanks, I look forward to seeing your robot. I have lots of other pieces. usually I haul a hound dawg in the 32
That’s Awesome Ken! That’s my favorite bug, nasty little predators
@MCNEILLBW thanks.. yeah, them and little walking stick bugs… maybe I should make a blue heron with a fish in his beak! haha
I like it..
@rpeek i hope the new owner likes it.. it cost him $205 bucks to ship it! haha
Got any of those Nash parts kickin’ around for the ladybug?
@ElderlyIron probably,but it just dumped 6 inches of snow last night so I cant see what I’ve got! the lady will have to wait
Very Very nice work.
@rmaster1ruby thank you
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