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 Post subject: First Cabinet Powder Coated
PostPosted: Oct Fri 26, 2018 8:56 pm 
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After having some chairs powder coated, I thought I would give a radio cabinet a chance

Here is the before picture and the after

Was less than having it repainted by an auto body shop

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 Post subject: Re: First Cabinet Powder Coated
PostPosted: Oct Fri 26, 2018 9:05 pm 
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Now all you need to do is put a price on it and sell it to me as I have been looking for a metal Commentator model just like that one! Seriously it is a great looking set and the powder coat is perfect. Great job!

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 Post subject: Re: First Cabinet Powder Coated
PostPosted: Oct Fri 26, 2018 9:27 pm 
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decotronix wrote:
Now all you need to do is put a price on it and sell it to me as I have been looking for a metal Commentator model just like that one! Seriously it is a great looking set and the powder coat is perfect. Great job!



That was my plan but now it is too pretty to sell :)

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 Post subject: Re: First Cabinet Powder Coated
PostPosted: Oct Sun 28, 2018 10:21 pm 
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oldradio99 wrote:
decotronix wrote:
Now all you need to do is put a price on it and sell it to me as I have been looking for a metal Commentator model just like that one! Seriously it is a great looking set and the powder coat is perfect. Great job!



That was my plan but now it is too pretty to sell :)


That looks great. I've got an old Lawn Boy I want to have powder coated. Who did the work?


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 Post subject: Re: First Cabinet Powder Coated
PostPosted: Oct Wed 31, 2018 3:10 am 
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matt's basement wrote:
oldradio99 wrote:
decotronix wrote:
Now all you need to do is put a price on it and sell it to me as I have been looking for a metal Commentator model just like that one! Seriously it is a great looking set and the powder coat is perfect. Great job!



That was my plan but now it is too pretty to sell :)


That looks great. I've got an old Lawn Boy I want to have powder coated. Who did the work?



http://cpcpowdercoating.com

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