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Old 04-08-2018, 11:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Finished this on Friday. Built to match existing door on other half of the shotgun double.
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Nice !! . Don't know what a "shotgun double" is, though ! . Some kind of a WMD ?
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It's a style of house down here in New Orleans and the south. Basically a side by side duplex where the doors to the rooms are lined up so as you could fire a shotgun at the back door from the front door and not hit any walls. That is how it was explained to me. Hehe

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Who's There? Naw, too easy! Very Cool! I like the look! There was a place called (fuzzy wobble memory fade) Constantines that sold moldings, inlays and appliques.
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Quite nice. Great job.


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Excellent work! It’s been a long time since I heard that term, I had a feeling it would need to be explained.
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Absolutely beautiful workmanship. That's the kind of work I enjoyed doing in my shop back in Pa. I can appreciate the work that went into that.
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C'est bon, mon ami! Merci beaucoup.
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I didn’t see the shutters, nice job
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