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Marc Lizer

SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer
Joined
Jun 28, 1999
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Location
North Hollywood, CA
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1 x 3 Welded Aluminum.
Random brush finish with black partial black paint added.
Wide 8 ply mat.

That's it.

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Buddy,
It is made by a welded frame company. Albeit flashy. It is still just a welded frame with paint.

Here is a compare and contrast. I was re-sorting old files, and found this.
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Marc what I was wondering was did you make the flame patteren? I have done some business with a welded frame company (Small-Core I think)But I've never seen the flames and I was hopeing you could tell me how to do that.I really need to be careful I'm probaly getting a reputation for likeing my framing to be "FLASHY"
BUDDY
 
The people who make the frame did it.

I will say, they have tatoos that match.

I think they mask the front, do a quick spray over teplate, remove template, razor the masking along the spray line.

Peel masking.

Spray, and then remove the rest of the masking.

They also do the flames in a red/orange/yellow like a roadster/hotrod hood flames.
 
Like any mldg you carry: If you make a sample, you will sell the line.

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1 x 2 profile. 4 color flames with painted black outside.

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And Diamond Plate, or Truck Bumper . . .

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Deep Silk scoop liner with silver wood fillet.
 
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