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Looking for wooden cup holder, that go's on doghouse.Thanks
 
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http://www.galleyware.com/Teak-Drink-Holders/
Many styles made for boating.


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I made my own. Don't know how much to charge for one like it. Maybe $40 finished to match your cabinetry?




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40 bucks is a steal. nice job Thumbs Up


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40 bucks is quite reasonable and Danny Z does excellant work.


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Thanks Steve and Mary Ray. I'm going to start glueing up some oak and select pine to get a few of these together. I know we aren't supposed to use this forum to market things, so if anyone has any problems I understand, and I'll only deal through a PM route.


Dan & Suzy Z
'81 Euro 28 - Slide Show
454 Chevy


Venice, Florida
 
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Nice - Very Nice...

I don't know of anyone who would give you a problem with that. Wink


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Hi Dan,
I have been all over the internet trying to find one of these table organizers. I would like to get you to build me one if you would. I am new to the site and am not sure how to go about contacting you. Let me know how much and how to go about this.
Al and BB
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better than the oak thing I have on the engine house in my Dodge/Pleasure-Way. The top and bottom boards of mine are too close together, allowing a tall beverage to tip over. I had to secure two large plastic cups in place -- big enough to hold up to 32oz pop cups without tipping over.
 
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