THE HARBERT OIL SIGN MEASURES 85in TALL AND 160in AND WEIGHTS ABOUT 450 LBS. EVERYTHING IS POWDER
COATED AND BOLTED WITH STAINLESS STEEL BOLTS. THE HORSE WAS PATINA WITH THE WAGON  POWDER COATED
WITH TROPICAL ORANGE WITHOUT THE WHITE BASE. I HAD 20 HOURS GETTING IT IN THE COMPUTER AND MAKING
SURE PARTS THAT WERE SUPPOSE TO STAY IN THE PATTERN DID. THEN IT CANE DOWN TO THE CUTTING AND
HOPING THEY ALL WOULD FIT.     I HAD A TOTAL OF 80+ HOURS INTO THIS PROJECT AND MAY HAVE TO DO ANOTHER
ONE JUST LIKE IT. WE DELIVERED IT TO ROBIN AND CINDY HARBERT, OWNERS OF HARBERT OIL COMPANY IN
BIEBER CALIFORNIA.
A LITTLE EXTRA TOUCH ON MY
PART, YEA!
GOING IN THE OVEN TO COOK THE
GREASE OFF
MASKING OFF WHAT DIDN'T GET
COATED ON FIRST ROUND
READY TO GO IN THE OVEN FOR
A BLACK COAT
PARTS ON THE CUTTING TABLE
MORE PARTS
THE PRINT THAT I STARTED WITH
COMING OUT OF THE OVEN WITH
CLEAR COAT
COMING OUT OF THE SAND
BLASTER
PATINA HORSE AND WELDING
ON SHOES
BACKING ON SIGN
ATTACHING RINGS TO THE
BARRELS
THE BARREL FALLING OFF THE
BACK
WORKING ON THE FRAME WORK
POWDER COATING FRAME WITH
CLEAR
ONE HANDSOME DUDE! THE
DRIVER DUDE THAT IS!!
ASSEMBLY OF THIS MOTHER
DRIVER DUDE NEEDS A SHAVE
DRIVER DUDE AND BARREL RINGS
ANCHOR BARRELS
ANCHORING THE BARRELS
FINISHING UP THE FRAME WORK
THE MAKING OF
HARBERT OIL SIGN