• Toots the Boler After: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Toots the Boler After

    Toots the Boler after – that’s right, we’re done Toots the Boler and here are some of his after photos. Check out the adorable paint job, the clean body look, and a few of the new shinny features. Toots the Boler After First, the outside – look at that bellyband shine! The driver’s side is nice and clean – no vents and no small window above the stove. This 1971 gem didn’t need much fibreglass work since the driver’s side was originally clean looking. Just…

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    Project: Toots the Boler Before

    Toots the Boler before the overhaul. This little guy is called Toots – mainly because he had a bit of a toot-y smell to him when we picked him up in British Columbia a while back. Toots the Boler Before Toots is a 1971 Boler. He came with a stove, and ice box and a sink. Oh, and our favourite part – the driver’s side is originally vent and window (the little one by the stove) free! Looks like a sweet little project. Well, this…

  • Nikki the Boler After: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Nikki the Boler After

    Nikki the Boler after – she’s a Boler Bar! That’s right, we converted the passenger side window into a 9 tap bar. The interior is all gutted, reinforced with a new floor and ready to hold some kegs. Okay, let’s check out the after photos. Nikki the Boler After Did you see the before photos? If not, be sure to check those out, too. Here’s Nikki with all her nine taps, moon caps, and polished aluminum pieces – she sure is shinny! The keg! It…

  • Nikki the Boler Before: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Nikki the Boler Before

    Nikki the Boler before – this is what she looked like before we did anything. No front or back windows, no interior furniture (ah, maybe she had a closet?!) and a a heck of a lot of work! We started this project as a commissioned piece back in October and finished it in March, yet we wanted to wait until Nikki (aka, Boler Bar) was picked up before we shared her before and after here on the blog. Okay, let’s check out some other before…

  • Deer Fence: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Deer Fence

    Deer fence! What? Yes, we installed a 6.5 foot deer fence in May. It took us about 3 weeks from beginning to end (we worked about 4 full days, and then a couple of hours on odd evenings). Deer Fence Bryce had to brush cut more than 2000 feet of paths so we could get the fence in, and we gained a bit of land on the west side since the markers set back in 1970 were way, way off. Happy we got a land…