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Installing a Van Hi-Top (Hightop) By Cyclevan
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Very informative video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO5lmT7gDqw
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They forgot to film CUTTING the sheet metal....................
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(11-21-2016, 03:55 PM)abnorm Wrote: They forgot to film CUTTING the sheet metal....................

Here you go
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nDVRju_CVg
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Are these guys (cyclevan) out of business or do they just have a new website that is not broadcasting?
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I used to love it when customers were watching from the waiting and I would take the air hammer to their van. the look on their face was priceless. for those not familiar with an air hammer they are very loud and make short work out of cutting sheet metal. did I mention the are very loud. highdesertranger
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(04-20-2017, 05:14 PM)highdesertranger Wrote: I used to love it when customers were watching from the waiting and I would take the air hammer to their van.  the look on their face was priceless.  for those not familiar with an air hammer they are very loud and make short work out of cutting sheet metal.  did I mention the are very loud.  highdesertranger

Would that be the same tool they use to breakup concrete?  If so, yikes!  I can understand the look on the customer's face.
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Back in the early 80's us van folks (seems like we all had vans back then) were always on the lookout for an old Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser in the junk yard. A few of us cut the tops off of those old station wagons and installed it on our vans. Way cool with the sun visors up in the "high top".
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