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Location: Sandy Utah
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When I graduated high school in 1969, I started managing a very small equipment rental yard. A few years later, I acquired full ownership, that over the next 3-decades I built it to be the largest equipment rental company in Utah with five locations. I was bought out in 1998, then retired at age 47. Going from working 80 to 100 hours a week to nothing to do was a major shock, so I took up woodworking and 3D graphics, teaching myself the software from videos from dvd's and the internet. Now my bigger challenge if finding the next project.

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commented on 3 pairs of carved Blue Wrens 11-19-2021 02:39 PM
commented on Steam powered fire truck 11-17-2021 02:54 PM
commented on Rangeley Boat 11-16-2021 02:09 PM
commented on James McNabb inspired Cityscape Sculpture 11-11-2021 08:23 PM
commented on Sapele divider wall 11-11-2021 01:21 PM
commented on Christmas gift box. 11-08-2021 01:28 PM
commented on rail road pasenger cars 11-04-2021 01:41 PM
commented on Log skidder 06-09-2021 01:11 PM
commented on Walnut Eagle Carving 03-02-2021 12:05 AM
added project Pirate Ship 03-01-2021 01:32 PM
commented on PRAGA V3S old truck 1951 02-28-2021 04:38 PM
added project SteamPunk Skull 02-28-2021 01:48 PM
added project Toy Chest 02-27-2021 02:16 PM
commented on Eagle's Dinner 02-26-2021 03:40 PM
added project Eagle's Dinner 02-26-2021 01:43 PM

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FestusHaagen

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#1 posted 01-16-2021 06:19 PM

Gary, I love what you have done on your restored 29 Ford, especially the dash. I have a friend in CA that has a 30 or 31 Ford Tudor. I made him a model of his car to display in his den. You may have seen it if you viewed my projects. As far as the plans that I follow, I will look at plans from places like TJ then go to the internet and view lots of old photos to see what I want in the final project. I may draw it out on a 11 X 17 sheet of paper to get actual dimensions. I don’t stick to any plan, so what I end up with may change along the way

-- Ed Haagen, Moscow, Idaho

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drogsod

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#2 posted 01-18-2021 11:58 PM

Outstanding work on the trains. From what I can see in the pictures it looks like you have a pretty outstanding shop as well.

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AJ1104

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#3 posted 03-02-2021 01:20 AM

Love your work. Great designs and craftsmanship.

-- AJ

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