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Old 04-30-2013, 12:25 PM
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Bored? Need some more Man Projects?

Here ya go, Gentlemen - - - - these could keep ya busy for a little while and be fun at the same time.
















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that glass table rocks!~
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I like the DEFCON 5 board room...
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Old 04-30-2013, 03:28 PM
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I like the DEFCON 5 board room...
That is the only one that is way out of most of our powers, holy crap that cost some bucks. The others reflect what you can do with only a few bucks. Buy a few parts and you can build yourself just about anything, it's up to your imagination.

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The Pete 379 got to be my favorite,
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The Pete 379 got to be my favorite,
Which one are you referring to?

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Old 05-01-2013, 06:42 PM
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The Pete 379 got to be my favorite,
the Peterbuilt? right?
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Old 05-01-2013, 06:49 PM
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yes I like almost all conventionals .but The Pete is my favotite .only had two Peterbuilts ha several international Gmc General ,KW and Freightliners ,and even one Mack CO.with no air ,Talk about torture.lol
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Here's a few I want to add,,, Some I will be building...





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Old 05-01-2013, 08:19 PM
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I was in a large craft store with my wife and daughters and they had an automotive section full of lame copies of emblems and what not to make coat hooks or shelves or what ever and there was a lady looking at them. I told her she can go to ebay and buy REAL car parts and do any of these things with real parts with a history in them, she listened and took some notes and left with a new passion, it was kinda cute.

I am going to a swap meet this Saturday and one of the things I am after are some emblems to add to a 57 Chevy wheel cover clock I have been planning on making for a friend from a wheel cover I have. It's fun, you see what you can find and make something from it.

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The Pete 379 got to be my favorite,
Like this ? I've owned this for 17 years. Wanna buy it ?



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Nice stuff, Gentleman (and Randy )
thanks for sharing,
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Like this ? I've owned this for 17 years. Wanna buy it ?



I have retired as a sterring wheel holder,LOL after 26 years 2 yrs as a compant driver OTR 24 years as Owner /Operator Local Delivery ,do you know the difference in a big truck and a large car (slang for fast 18 wheeler).By the way Nice Ride.
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