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Old 04-16-2012, 04:58 AM   #3541
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So I think I have posted on the forum here all of one or two times. I mainly use it for information. I have looked through all 354 pages of this keggerator post though and I was inspired to say the least. I started my keezer about 2 weeks ago and finally have a finished product along with my fermenting fridge. I went with a car theme. The grille and door handles are all from my 67' Camaro that is currently in the shop getting painted. I put some new handles and grille on the car and used the old ones for the keezer build. Here you go, hope you like them.







The gauges are fully functional and show the inside keezer temp and the CO2 line pressure(I'm currently carbing an Alaskan Amber Clone)




The Coors is a buddies I swear....



Notice the headlight switch on the side of the lid





Oh and here is one of the car

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Old 04-16-2012, 06:11 AM   #3542
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^ Rad.

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Old 04-16-2012, 06:14 AM   #3543
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Omfg I love the car theme set up. Great job!

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Old 04-16-2012, 02:46 PM   #3544
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Did you live in Wyoming? That is a great license plate.

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Old 04-16-2012, 04:43 PM   #3545
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^^ Thanks!

I actually went through grade school(k-8) in Green River, southwest corner. I ended up looking at all of the 67 plates from the places I have lived and Wyoming definately had the best looking plate.

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Old 04-16-2012, 05:51 PM   #3546
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sorry for the crappy pic, but getting it sealed in and a shelving system built for it

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Old 04-16-2012, 08:16 PM   #3547
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So I think I have posted on the forum here all of one or two times. I mainly use it for information. I have looked through all 354 pages of this keggerator post though and I was inspired to say the least. I started my keezer about 2 weeks ago and finally have a finished product along with my fermenting fridge. I went with a car theme. The grille and door handles are all from my 67' Camaro that is currently in the shop getting painted. I put some new handles and grille on the car and used the old ones for the keezer build. Here you go, hope you like them.







The gauges are fully functional and show the inside keezer temp and the CO2 line pressure(I'm currently carbing an Alaskan Amber Clone)




The Coors is a buddies I swear....



Notice the headlight switch on the side of the lid





Oh and here is one of the car

Love it! Using the boost gauge is a great idea. Oh, badass car too
I would trade my 04 gto for one of those anyday!
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:02 PM   #3548
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Awesome car theme! I really like how it is personalized to you. Also, props for making the gauges functional!!!

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Thanks everyone. That's exactly what I was shooting for something that was personalized and showed my intrests. The car, its a whole different story on a whole different forum. Thanks for the props.

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Wow that is sweet. I was going to do lights on the collar on mine with the Japenese scripts for strength and honor but I backed out of the idea. Very nice. Good work.

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