Build Off 11 Highlight Thread

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Women welding and working on dirty greasy stuff isn't new, my wife took a welding course with me.
But just because something isn't new, doesn't mean it isn't HOT.

@Missing Link, don't forget to remind yourself how lucky you are.
 
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My fiancee knows how to weld, loves old vintage cars, and her monark. Women who can turn a wrench and aren't afraid to get dirty are the best.

But they can also get in you trouble by not only supporting your crazy ideas, but ENCOURAGING THEM!:eek:

Though that's a problem I think I can live with.:giggle:

Really looking forward to see what comes out of her build!
 

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I find it interesting how widely spaced out those aluminum TIG welds are. They must have been using a massive rod and been trained to dip it on the knifes edge of melting through:eek:
(Using a larger filler rod and dipping it in will rapidly cool down a puddle. And can even freeze it!)
 
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