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    Familiar with Midwest Metal Creations...... Anyone ?

    Noticed this on a different Forum.
    A conversion by a guy named Dennis from MMC......

    Dinner Plate, semi auto conversion by Dennis of Midwest Metal Creations. : milsurp



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    I had my all matching Maxim built by Dennis @ Midwest Metal Creations and it is a masterpiece of museum quality.

    He has a fine reputation for quality, timely builds.

    He also machined replacement recoil plates for my other Maxim.

    An all around good guy and a pleasure to do business with.

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    Thank You AZB,

    After posting this, while searching for info about him and MMC I ran across many that stated High Regards.
    Also seen quite a few projects of theirs sold on the big auction sites.

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    Familiar with Midwest Metal Creations...... Anyone ?.......

    You're welcome......Here's a picture of my Maxim

    This is the only picture I could find of Midwest Maxim build. Not the best picture but the best I could find.......

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    Would be interesting to stand over the shoulder and watch the progress of a De Mil brought back to life.
    OT, But just read about a guy building late 40's style cars in a mini form from old used refrigerators.
    How do you come up with a idea like that ?

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