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Very custom GC4 - 07-21-2017, 09:27 PM

Just wanted to share my most unique custom GC4 restoration. Client(fellow AZ MEMBER) wanted it to look just like the limited edition GC4 Brunswick was selling for a while, I jumped at the chance to do it my way!!!

WilsonArt Solicor Designer White Laminate on rails. Paua Abalone inlaid sights, Penny Vein Powder Coating, Simonis 860 in Royal Blue, New pockets and New Superspeed Cushions. 4 5/8" corners at 141 degrees, 5 1/8" sides at 102 degrees. plays like a dream and looks amazing!!!



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07-21-2017, 09:42 PM

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07-22-2017, 03:58 AM

Nice looking table. Cloth is a little dark. Definitely needs a light.


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07-22-2017, 06:38 AM

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Not really. I like it and my client likes it



Playonepocket: the room is not done, the light will go up soon. The ceiling is very high and they have to figure out how to hang it. The cloth shown on the Brunswick version was Navy, they picked Royal Blue and I think the colors all contrast pretty well.

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07-22-2017, 07:24 AM

Trent, the quality of work looks great. As for the actual look, to each their own. It hurts my eyes; different strokes for different folks. I understand you were going for a certain replication but Tournament Blue would have lightened everything up a bit, IMO. Nice job though, the client is happy and that's all that matters.


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07-22-2017, 08:04 AM

Ive always wondered if anyone has taken a GC4 with nickel castings, painted the pedestal and sides, and left the wood grain formica. Make it look like a GC1.

Nice work Trent.

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07-25-2017, 09:43 PM

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Ive always wondered if anyone has taken a GC4 with nickel castings, painted the pedestal and sides, and left the wood grain formica. Make it look like a GC1.

Nice work Trent.

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07-26-2017, 11:19 AM

Wow, that's trick. Tons of work, I'm sure.
All I see are the hours spent on it.
Even if I were playing on it, if it was hard on my eyes I don't think I'd notice much, I'd be admiring the work the whole time.
  
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08-31-2017, 08:56 PM

Nice Job Trent. You should be proud of this one
  
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Nice Job Trent. You should be proud of this one
Thanks! Always love getting to do interesting color combo's!


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09-02-2017, 03:08 PM

Nice job Trent.

I'm thinking of doing my GCIV.

Predestals would have wood grain, but lighter mahogany ends with Antique Cream White center panels. Maybe even some small, antique gold flakes added?

The Spanner I would leave as wood grain, but lighter mahogany.

Side skirts wood grain, but lighter mahogany.

Pockets Castings, Feet and metal trim redone with Antique Gold Double Vein.
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09-02-2017, 04:12 PM

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Nice job Trent.

I'm thinking of doing my GCIV.

Predestals would have wood grain, but lighter mahogany ends with Antique Cream White center panels. Maybe even some small, antique gold flakes added?

The Spanner I would leave as wood grain, but lighter mahogany.

Side skirts wood grain, but lighter mahogany.

Pockets Castings, Feet and metal trim redone with Antique Gold Double Vein.
That's a table Bob DeTurk and I did. What a beautiful table that turned out to be!


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09-02-2017, 04:14 PM

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Nice job Trent.

I'm thinking of doing my GCIV.

Predestals would have wood grain, but lighter mahogany ends with Antique Cream White center panels. Maybe even some small, antique gold flakes added?

The Spanner I would leave as wood grain, but lighter mahogany.

Side skirts wood grain, but lighter mahogany.

Pockets Castings, Feet and metal trim redone with Antique Gold Double Vein.
Great looking table!

Pat and Bob did a great job!!
  
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09-11-2017, 06:50 PM

If this table was described to me, I would have thought, meh... but looking at the pictures, damn - it's gorgeous.
  
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