Industrial steel cart

December 16th, 2013 in member junk     
6 users recommend

Steel engine cart revamped
Closeup of top added to steel engine cart
Steel engine cart revamped

Steel engine cart revamped


Picked up a dirty, greasy old steel engine cart from a mechanic shop.

After a little cleanup, I decided it needed a top to make it a little more presentable.

Found some old 2 x 6 lumber that had some character & stained it dark and attached it to the cart with some big hardware.

Looking back I should have used black hardware or painted/distressed the hardware...but turned out OK even with the somewhat shiny hardware. 


Pattern or design used: My own design - Lance Kaske - Midwest Vintage Werks
posted in: member junk, metal, wood, industrial, table

Comments (9)

LisaWilliams writes: Love this cart!,,,, so creative! Posted: 5:57 pm on January 27th
CottageElements writes: This definitely is my kind of piece. Wish Sioux Falls was closer to me. Love!! Posted: 8:28 am on December 27th
gadgetsponge writes: Super cool! I think the bright bolts up top mirror the metal on the bottom so no worries. Posted: 3:36 pm on December 19th
ClassicJunque writes: Lance,

Nice job on the stand. I know there was some intense scrubbing on anything from a mechanic's shop. I like the contrast on your hardware/wood stain from what I can see. Quantities of dark, heat-treated carriage bolts can be hard to find. I've been lucky on clean-outs, farm auctions and garage sales for old hardware. The down-side is the storage of the stuff. Thanx for showing off your product! keep it up! Posted: 8:36 am on December 18th
JunkArchitect writes: The top is amazing!

Jim
Posted: 4:46 am on December 18th
StrangeCargo writes: Lance, what a nice rescue. This little gem can now work in any room.

Thanks.

Ken Posted: 5:29 pm on December 17th
DunhamDesigns writes: Beautiful.... Posted: 2:24 pm on December 17th
suziart writes: It looks great!

Suzi~

Posted: 9:18 am on December 17th
georgiamoon writes: LOVE the industrial look!
Georgia Posted: 7:25 am on December 17th
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