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    Re: Seeking ULF Portrait Push Cart Ideas-Designs

    I think I can scare up a lab coat, an odd hat and I already walk real funny. Mumbling to myself, I can change to loudly repeating each ULF step. But that spitting business will take awhile to become habit. However, i will not take up smoking again just to cough like I used to in the factory...

    The bicycle and trailer are way too shiny. Black is simply too hot even here. I see a splatter paint job, ala Laura Lane. I can decorate the rig, soon right in the dirt outside my paradise.

    Mad Man Moe, been my nick, for a long time.

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    Re: Seeking ULF Portrait Push Cart Ideas-Designs

    Street fighter motorcycle decor. Pick-up truck bed liner spatter paint and grey duct tape results in a nice effect.

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    Re: Seeking ULF Portrait Push Cart Ideas-Designs

    Quote Originally Posted by John Jarosz View Post
    Street fighter motorcycle decor. Pick-up truck bed liner spatter paint and grey duct tape results in a nice effect.
    I should also do my Sporty like that. I could I have 3 sets of tins.

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    Re: Seeking ULF Portrait Push Cart Ideas-Designs

    I picked this up for $1 at a flea market. It's missing the hitch assy. that connects it to a bicycle, but that's okay, I can't ride any more. The great thing is, my 3yo grandson fits in next to my 11x14 and all extra gear, and it has a plastic rain fly, it folds flat and fits in the back of the Subaru.
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    Re: Seeking ULF Portrait Push Cart Ideas-Designs

    Randy, I have a copy of Petersen's Photographic "Photo Equipment You Can Make-Volume 2" that has plans for a cart like you want that folds up for storage. Say the word and I'll scan the plans and email them to you.

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    Re: Seeking ULF Portrait Push Cart Ideas-Designs

    Quote Originally Posted by MrFujicaman View Post
    Randy, I have a copy of Petersen's Photographic "Photo Equipment You Can Make-Volume 2" that has plans for a cart like you want that folds up for storage. Say the word and I'll scan the plans and email them to you.
    The words are written!

    I will PM my email.

    Thank you!

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