wow! phenomenal job!! what shade of white is that? it really makes the polished surfaces pop!!
Posted by Chris (guest) on Sun 10 Apr 2016 03:45:57 PM MDT
Hey Man, Just wanted to say "Nice Job"! I just happened across your pics while looking for my old DeWalt Power Shop. You have given me some great Ideas.
Posted by Mark (guest) on Sun 14 Oct 2012 05:45:31 PM MDT
i am currently restoring my dewalt mbc i got from my father in law. hopefully it will turn out as nice as yours. any tips on painting?
Posted by Steve (guest) on Thu 26 Jan 2012 01:13:04 AM MST
I want mine to look like that! That's beautiful!
Posted by txkbrown (guest) on Fri 30 Dec 2011 07:21:06 AM MST
Yeah, I'm currently stripping off all of the nasty looking speckled green paint too. Stuff is somewhat difficult to remove. Angle grinder and wire wheel so far....
Posted by Darin (guest) on Mon 09 May 2011 02:16:00 PM MDT
I was thinking of using a solid steel plate for my restore too. Thanks for posting these pictures. You are an inspiration to many.
Posted by Darin K (guest) on Thu 28 Apr 2011 08:25:13 PM MDT
Posted by Shane Whitlock on Tue 01 Mar 2011 08:22:12 PM MST
Posted by Shane Whitlock on Tue 01 Mar 2011 08:19:57 PM MST
That's a nice effect for finishing touches for sure!
Posted by Inlikeflint (guest) on Sun 27 Feb 2011 10:33:12 AM MST
Thanks Bill. Yes I usually use a wire wheel mounted in a angle grinder or bench top grinder.
No parts have been chromed, just polished.
Posted by Shane Whitlock on Fri 12 Nov 2010 12:24:49 PM MST
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