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Old 05/22/20, 06:55 PM   #1
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Durango Tan Grill wall hanger

I have had this grill sitting around for about a year and I had every intention on painting it and hanging it on the wall. I finally got around to hanging it the other night, which motivated me to take it down and paint it up. It was a supposed to be a weekend project, but I got excited and did it all today while neglecting my actual work. I went with Durango Tan because my wife and I would love to own one someday. I need to clean up the lettering and add lights behind it eventually. So, letís see those wall hangers. Doesnít have to be a grill, just anything cool. Enjoy your 3 day weekend, I already have something checked off my list. Now, time for a beer.
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Old 05/22/20, 07:28 PM   #2
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I like it. Need one for my new shop, but need the grill for next build!
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Old 05/23/20, 05:17 AM   #3
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Man, that looks great!

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Old 05/23/20, 11:06 AM   #4
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That looks really good.

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Old 05/23/20, 01:33 PM   #5
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Super Neat!

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Old 05/23/20, 01:55 PM   #6
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Bronco grills fit so perfectly on a wall! Looks Great! I've actually been planning on doing this when I move into my new place years down the road. I used to have a bunch of NOS VW body panels hangin in my house but took them all down last year to patch holes and paint.
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Old 05/23/20, 03:23 PM   #7
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Thanks for the comments. My plan is to make a rustic man cave type garage with stained concrete floors, beer signs, car and Bronco pictures. I just did this wall today in corrugated metal and rustic wood. Iíll eventually get it all the wall around the garage.
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Old 05/24/20, 09:00 AM   #8
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That's sort of what I've done to my garage. It's more of a museum than a garage now.
Corrugated roofing that's already rusted goes for quite a bit around here. They actually sell it by the foot. I ended up spending about half the price at Home Depot for new stuff. A good patina is easy to get by using various acids.

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Old 05/24/20, 03:31 PM   #9
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Love it, just trying to think how to get front of hood without destroying a good hood.

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Old 05/24/20, 04:21 PM   #10
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Maybe get with corey at bronco design and see if he has a front section of a glass hood he can let you have for cheap. He might have one that has been damaged and the front edge is still good. If it is damaged some you can always repair it. It is fiberglass

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Well, Iím kind of jealous! Man it looks great!!!
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