I have one out above my toolbox in the shop, which was a gift from one of the guys that started Cutting Edge Replicas. I could make a photo of it when I am out there this weekend, and I bet it would be easy enough to turn that into a pattern. Would that be useful?
I have access to water jets and CNC plasma cutters, but all at a price -- no freebie-friends in the business since I left the Houston area. Can't help there.
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Shane Vacek, a sponsor of this site, has a plasma table that he cuts semi custom stuff for this community on. It isn't free, but he has pretty good rates. I have been using him on the current project for a few months and the parts have come out well.
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