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    Glad you finally got that job done and got them quiet! Now what's the next job?

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    Fan shroud. I want to try a hammerform mold, and I have some aluminum sheet which should be ideal.
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    Education is expensive. Keep that in mind, and you'll never be terribly upset when a project goes awry.
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    HMmmm... just want to "play"?

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    Ever since I watched a hammerform video, I've wanted to do a big piece, only done small pieces so far.

    Also, I think the car gets the credit for patience. To its credit, it has quietly sat there awaiting my clumbsy efforts, in between other jobs, projects, and honey-do-s
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