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Old 10-10-2005, 05:46 PM
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learn the art of metalshaping

Hi Guys,

My buddy Doug posted a message here a couple months back about the 2005 International MetalMeet. There was no response, so I'm posting another notice. The International MetalMeet is the absolute greatest place to learn the fine art of sheetmetal shaping. The fee is only $100.00 for an entire week of hands on learning. If you have a project you're working on and are stumped on how to properly repair it, bring it along. You will get expert advice, all the tools imaginable to do the job and all the metal you need. This is all covered in the very reasonable fee.

For more info check out this page of our website.
www.metalmeet.com/mm2005.html

The dates for this event is Oct. 18-25 Just a week away!!

Randy Ferguson

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Old 10-10-2005, 08:43 PM
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I have way to many responsibilities to be able to go, but it would be nice... Thanks for the heads up!
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Old 10-10-2005, 09:26 PM
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I would definately like to attend one of the meets if they ever get in reasonable traveling distance to Oregon,, any coming this way in the near future?? Bill
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Old 10-11-2005, 08:09 AM
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oh man id love to go

I need to do the bottoms of my 62 galaxies front fenders and only 100.00! wow ill say thats a BARGAIN and to meet randy to boot.Let me find out how far oblong ill is from central nj, thanks mike
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Anyone who can should try to make it to metalmeet...no doubt about the concentration of great metalshapers that will be there. I certainly would if I could spare the time. I hope you have a great time Randy! Maybe someday I will be able to make it, and meet some more of my online friends.

Bill, every once in a while there are smaller get togethers around the country. There was one up near Seattle a little while ago. Once I get set up in my new place, I will have a few very small hands-on metalshaping seminars in Moclips, WA. About 3-4 hours from Portland on the washington coast.

John www.ghiaspecialties.com
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Who from here is going?

I'm working on getting there.
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If you can't make it to metalmeet, at least visit the web site. The guys at this site are nice folks and have helped my figure out how to fabricate new pieces here and there...

George
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