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February 04, 2:29 AM [GMT -5]

When I was stationed in DC, my roommate and I cadged a wooden case from some electronic equipment from the installer. It was about four feet square by two feet thick. We took it apart, put the open ends together, installed a shelf, a top and side stabilizers made from a 4x4 cut in half and put another 4x4 across the front as a foot rail. It wasn't fancy, but it did pretty well for a couple of bachelor GIs. He got married, I got the bar and several years later, donated it to my unit in Arizona when I was reassigned.

September 21, 11:27 AM [GMT -5]

Where can I obtain the structural plans for this project? Detail would be nice.

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