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  • Vintage 66 Mosrite Restoration on TV

    On that show American Restoration. They usually do Coke machines and such

    but the owners wife got a Mosrite for her sons b-day.



    It was an amazing job, especially considering the owner Rick said he knew

    nothing about guitars. In fact, they consulted with none other than Ed Roman

    Guitars about what and what not to do.



    It will be re-run later tonite, I think, so check it out if you get a chance. The

    guitar was beat to death and it ended up like new.
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    Thanks dude.

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      Thanks man.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the heads up, I like that show, just checked the schedule & sho 'nuff that one's on tonight here in Phoenix at 10:30.
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          That was a great a job. Man he has a hot mom to.
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            I just happened to see that last night. Really all you see is the before and after, they never showed any of the actual restoration of the Mosrite. All the air time was spent on the Pepsi machine and bank sign. The Mosrite came out looking like new though. They also never said what she paid for it.
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              Quote Originally Posted by shoeless
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              I just happened to see that last night. Really all you see is the before and after, they never showed any of the actual restoration of the Mosrite. All the air time was spent on the Pepsi machine and bank sign. The Mosrite came out looking like new though. They also never said what she paid for it.










              I hadnt really thought of that but youre right. Very little background at all, unlike other items they restore.
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                Quote Originally Posted by matt rhoades
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                That was a great a job. Man he has a hot mom to.




                Did you happen to notice the writing on her T-shirt? It said something like "I Was Restored At . . . " My hunch that indeed, she's a restoration in herself. But I ain't complaining







                Yeah, I watched it last night after seeing your thread. I would have been spazzing over that guitar a lot more than that kid was, and of course I'd be showing a whole lot more luv to Mom



                But it was still somewhat interesting to see even if it did lack details. I was wondering if it should have been left "as is", but it did look mint after the restoration so I thought it was still uber cool. Gee, I'd like a mommie like that, especially now that I'm 55
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