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    old trunk?

    ill post a pic as soon as i figure out how to do it
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    Re: old trunk?

    That's awesome! My wife would love that at the end of the bed!
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    Re: old trunk?

    Very nice Ger!
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    Re: old trunk?

    There's a few pounds of hardware on that thing! Looks good and built like a tank. It ought to last several lifetimes.
    Cody

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    Re: old trunk?

    That looks great! It looks too good to allow any shipper to handle it.
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    Re: old trunk?

    That's built to last! What is the other wood besides Red Oak? Is it Oak?
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    Re: old trunk?

    I like it. Very interesting and pleasing to look at.
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    Re: old trunk?

    Man, that thing looks like it weighs about 200 lbs. empty.
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    Re: old trunk?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    That's built to last! What is the other wood besides Red Oak? Is it Oak?
    it was all flooring i found in a old warehouse. the other wood is Engineered oak.
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    Re: old trunk?

    like it
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