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Old 09-07-2013, 05:42 PM
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Default Stella got hitched!!

Just got this 1943 Bantam trailer. Pretty clean, and original from what I can see...It will need a new floor installed, can anyone point me to a good (and hopefully reasonably priced) sheet metal place?
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Old 09-07-2013, 07:12 PM
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Oh Yeah...A&L Sheetmetal at about 41st and Fox Street in Denver. Talk to Brian. They mostly do duct work, but i went in there once looking for some 18 gauge for patching the 40 and walked out with a 6 foot by 1.5 foot piece of nice cold-rolled steel for free! Then I went back last week to see if he could bend it up into rocker panel replacements at my dimentions and guess what...free again. Although I tipped him well of course, I am very impressed. I think I just lucked out with the free thing since he had that piece lying around collecting dust, but still he has been great.

They also sell sheet metal at DenCol (just north of I70 on Washington Street).
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