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Old 05-03-2006, 09:50 PM
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Thanks to Kevin Baas from Two-Bit Choppers

Just wanted to thank Kevin "Teach" Baas of Baas Metalcraft fame for the awesome shop sign he turned out for us last week. Top notch work that got us a ton of attention and more than a few compliments. Attached are a couple of pictures of our sign and the vendor booth it's the centerpiece for. The pics are from last weekend's Kansas City Easyrider's Tour show at Bartel Hall.
When we're not on the road this baby's going to be gracing the wall of our shop, where it will most definitely be hung with pride. Thanks again Kevin!!!

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Justin @ Two-Bit Choppers

A good shot of the sign. It's basically 24" in diameter. I had a local sign shop cut me the red acryilic plexi to go in behind it. The eventual plan is to have a lighting source in behind it, but it looked great just the way it was.



A long view of our show booth space. Notice the wife trying to stay awake and kid brother eyeing the ass end of one of the Purfect Angelz.

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