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  1. Default These are cool 
    #31
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    is there a way where we can communicate by phone? Thanks Pal !!!
     

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    #32
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    INSANELY COOL PANELS!!!! Much like Brad, I wasn't much into Vacuform Panels due to their price but you definitely have opened the market up a lot wider!
    O'Shawn McClendon
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    Fire rating.... ? I'll call the manufacture and see if there is one.

    Next week my fav one should be done.

    Yes U can call me 702-374-4548 after 1PM PST...I sleep late since I retired from teaching a few years back. Leave a message and I will call back...
     

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    Very Nice Job
     

  5. Default still need a phone number 
    #35
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    interested in panels but i have a couple of questions. any way we can get in touch with one another over the phone? Thank you.
     

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    Two posts above yours has his phone number!
     

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    Here are the Flip panels for 2 of the doors. Flip means that these 3 walls can be put in any order side by side and can also be flipped upside down and still match up for a ton of different combination's. To make them more versatile they can be painted either for the bulkhead door (Ship) or freddy (Boiler) scene. We will add a fourth wall for even more variety.. a porthole.
    We will trim out the black vents for our haunt and have fog drip through them. Add the spike wall with the same paint scheme..... add boiler and chains!!!!

    Again these panels are displayed unmounted and not trimmed. Hung with a few pieces of tape. They have not been trimmed so we did not push them together. Shown as shipped.






    Thanks
    Couch & Bagy
    Last edited by tonguesandwich; 05-24-2010 at 03:46 AM.
     

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    #38
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    How 6 panels would look together (PS). Took photos (Door) in different light.
    Last edited by tonguesandwich; 05-24-2010 at 03:56 AM.
     

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    Very impressive!
    looking forward to seeing more.


    How do you recomend attaching to a wall?
    Last edited by icemanfred; 05-24-2010 at 05:04 AM.
     

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    WOW!! Those are AMAZING!!
     

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