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    Really sharp looking lights. This is becoming a labor of love I think.

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    Rear panels machined. Bought the wheel; made the center cap.

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    You are going to be the envy of...everyone!

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    really starting to be able to imagine the finished product. can't wait to see it. also can't imagine what you'll feel after creating it.
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    I was working on a few other small projects for a while, but back to the golf cart project again. Completed the end cap for the right rear fender. Actually, it looks to be a bit wider than the original, so I will probably trim it a bit. Will be carving the left one today.

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    One step closer to completion. Looking good!

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    Awesome! Thanks for the updates!

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    Thanks! Left end cap and rear bumper today. I'm sure I will be driving this around soon, well before completely done. At least before rainy season! Not sure if I mentioned, thinking epoxy/fiberglass cloth with spar polyurethane finish, like cedar strip canoes. (The fiberglass all but disappears.) A number of parts have only been fastened with a few wood screws for now, so that I can disassemble to more easily apply finish. I built a rowing shell finished with epoxy and some fiberglass cloth - there's a lot of sanding. Easier if partially disassembled. Many of these parts will then be glued.

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    It should not be to long before you are out cruising the neighborhood. Getting any requests yet?
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