Homemade stand

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Homemade stand

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Ever since I restored the Fisher Allegro , it just sits on the floor in the corner... so once again I was cleaning out my stash of wood scraps in the garage and realized I had enough to build a stand just big enough to hold the allegro , and a fold out drawer to store some albums ... still making a false drawer to go above the fold out door , I am trying out an exterior stain that comes in a spray can the color shows in the picture of what it should look like when finished ... it is ugly as I did not put too much effort into it , but at least the stereo will be off the floor ...
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Post: # 21780Post electra225 »

I'd say you did a fine job, Elton! It should do the job nicely.... :D
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Post: # 21781Post William »

That's about the size I need for one of my tabletop/portable stereos. Nice job, Elton.

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Post: # 21785Post Conelrad »

No sooner than done here, and it would have one of our cats in it! :lol:
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Post: # 21786Post hermitcrab »

here is the result , not too bad for a couple 2x4's and 1/2 " plywood ... at least the stereo is off the floor
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Post: # 21796Post electra225 »

You must have a nice collection of woodworking tools. There is some nice work there, even if it is "spur-of-the-moment", utilizing scrap material. Sometimes, that is when you get the best stuff. Nice job!.... :D
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That is sweet, Elton, you are hired.

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Post: # 21802Post electra225 »

Elton might be able to sell a few of those if he was so inclined..... ;) :D
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