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Your Hotrod on a clock,Great gift idea or for the shop!

Hello! Iam not sure if this is in the right forum but here goes, I have a little hobby that I kinda fell into and I can take a picture of your car and turn it into a nifty clock for the garage or shop! Below are some samples of diffrent cars or projects............A regular clock runs ********* plus shipping and a Blue Neon clock runs ****** plus shipping.........As you can see most of my samples are Oldsmobiles since that is my first love! I sure dont mind making other car makes or models! Heck I have even done a clock with a guy holding a huge fish for a friend! Anyways EMail me directly at ******* and I will whip up a sample of your project send a low rez sample pic back to you.
Then you can give it the green light and I start making it while you decide to Paypal or send a money order! Very neat items and very reasonable also! Thanks for looking........................Jerr
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Welcome to the board.

You should probably read the guidelines for posting that say no advertising.

read about them here:

And as the service you are advertising is hot rod related, this section may be of particular interest to you.

later, mikey
my signature lines...not really directed at anyone in particular..

BE different....ACT normal.

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