Wild Wing

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    ol' chebby Member

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    20210420_123830.jpg 20210420_105629.jpg I've been decorating Wild Wing Cafe restaurants for a while now. Thought yall might like these last 2...

    At University Place in Charlotte I used a 51 flatbed for the stage.
     
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    And at the Ayrsley location, also in Charlotte, I had Rich Romanczuk, aka Purple Monkey Customs, chop a panel in half for the stage/outdoor sign.
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    But the landlord wasn't having it, so I had to remove the rear half. We built a wall and painted it like a barn..
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    With chickens
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    The back half will be reused at the next location, in Rock Hill. SC.
     

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    "But the landlord wasn't having it, so I had to remove the rear half. We built a wall and painted it like a barn.."

    Some people just don't have any sense of humor at all...
    Andy
     
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    Wow, pretty cool

    Many years ago some chain here in Los Angeles was called the "Hudson Grille" and so had the front of an old late 1930's Hudson on every roof....

    The last time I was there the one in.....Mt. Washington (IIRC) was now a dentist office yet still had the Husdson on the roof...
     

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