• Louise Grégoire

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  • Jill Wagoner

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  • Laura

    Transform an old truck tailgate, a few old license plates and some wood into a gorgeous outdoor bench. I'd put the license plates down below on the kickplate area not on the arm rests. Cool idea!

  • Apryl Young-Cox

    How cool is this?!!! :) DIY Truck Tailgate Bench Ideas - Upcycle a Rusty Tailgate -

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