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    #11
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    That's pretty much it Jim, except most of the time, for my own anyway, I build the entire prop framework with steel, and then simply 'cover' it with wood or some other type of a more indestructable material rather than trying to re-work an existing piece of furniture.
    Go to:
    http://tinyurl.com/2hq49m
    And scroll through to see:
    Bed
    Juke Box
    Pinball Machine
    Chair

    All of these are built with a steel tube frame, and then covered with 1/4" or 1/8" hardboard.
     

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    Cute. Can't get over the ShockOla jukebox gig....
    The word for the day is NPD. Check it out.
     

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    #13
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    When it comes to "Floor Plans", I really hope that my floor doesn't have any, I hope it just keeps laying there.
    (sounds like an ex of mine!)
     

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    #14
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    I usually make an overview of the whole haunt, then seperate ones for each room. Mark where the scares are, electrical outlets, lights, etc. If possible, make hallways for staff to get from room to room.
    Slash

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    #15
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    Now that everyone is back, I thought I would renew my request. Thanks for everyone that already posted...
     

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    I did forget to ask, what sq. ft. are you doing for this yr?
     

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    #17
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    The space I have is 7200sq ft...about 5000 will be used for the haunt....the rest will makeup, costumes, maintenance, mechanicals, etc
     

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    #18
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    [quote] Cute. Can't get over the ShockOla jukebox gig....

    Thanks Tony. The jukebox is one of the many 'one off' props we will be offerring up at the Prop Swap this year. Bring a truck and we'll load you up.
     

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    #19
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    not so much the prop but the joke, got a Seeburg been restoring here and there (as in way distant future). Wantred to get a Rockola Princess model someday. So the name gig had me in hysterics. Thanks on the thought though, wont be able to drive from Socal anytime soon though
    The word for the day is NPD. Check it out.
     

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    A Seebug body on a 98 inch T-bucket frame would be quite a ride, Tony.
    "It looks like a spaceship from 1955!"
    Or maybe some of those 1950 cars looked like Seeburgs?
     

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