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I had a Stella guitar once. I think I ended up making a harmonograph support arm from its neck.
I like it... I have a real oldie.. not a Martin, but I think it's from the 20's. My neck is just about as thick is yours there.Unless someone really wants to play it, I'd not even touch it. I do know an exceptional luthier though. Outstanding, actually. He's always busy, or I'd suggest you send it up here. I'm good friends with him, and even played in his band a few t
No... not like that. She's actually funny.
ahhaaa, you don't know my grand daughter. She's like a full-grown comedian inside a 5 year old body. She entertains everywhere she goes. This was drawn for shock factor, I guarantee it. You should listen to her fake phone calls!
Doesn't he announce this about every two years or so?
My favorite part of our annual county fair is going in and viewing the art work. I especially enjoy the kids's stuff around the ages of 4-10 or so. I have been moved to tears several times looking at some.So... my grand daughter (yep, I'm a grandpa, and she's 5 now, so I have been for awhile) loves to paint and draw. I don't get to see her much because she lives almost 300 mile
Triumph GT6 ... wow Thomas! My brother and I had our hearts set on one. We were working construction in Great Falls. It was on a car lot... probably near a 1972. Red. Loved everything about it. It was within reach too. We were almost able to buy it, if we put out pay-checks together, and as we went to look at it again, someone was driving out with it, as it had just sold. Heartbroken.Later though,
I had over 20 when I was still in highschool. I couldn't begin to remember them all or count them up. I bought and sold them all the time as a teenager.I once had 11 Buicks all at once, mostly complete from 1963-1970.
Ouch... I spoke too hastily.
I know... they don't have pedals. But they could very easily without much work. The parts alone are worth the asking price. There's so many engine parts that it makes my mind wiggle. The 3 complete bikes are insane! The almost together bikes are just as nice. For $3000, somebody could turn into 10,000 without doing anything but waiting for it to come in. This is beyond my belief. Looks l
My 102 did near 40mph no problem. Still would if I changed the main bearings out... but I hate those carburetors.
I picked up a doll off the hi-way while riding the moped to work one morning, just like that one on that ^ bike conglomeration. Named him Baby Dill.
I repainted it, but used the original color. I went higher up with the green. It used to be all white from the stripe up, of course.The dash is the original green paint still.
I thought some of the 67's had sliding side doors. I like that they are finally 12 volt for 1967. Nice looking bus. Nice looking Beetle too.Here is my 1960. I forgot to attach it earlier.But if you actually count my go cart as a car, I've had it much longer. My dad bought it for us kids when I was about 6 or 7. So I've had it for well over 40 years, and still use it. I need to find
Over 28 years now with my 1960 VW Transporter.I just wish it were my 63 Riviera.
I'd lengthen the strap, and lower that guitar about a foot.hahahahaa just teasing. I like mine as low as my straps allow.Not bad, but a bridge or an added chorus would be nice. I also agree that you could bring the guitar down some while singing. You'll constantly learn the more you do it.
Steve, I have seen that same triangle!!
I've seen many unexplained things in our night skies here. I hardly even get worked up about it any more. Stuff is happening, whether we have a clue on what it is or not.
Already gone... you guys were too slow. ;)
11x14 inchesAcrylic on stretched canvas$280
They made them in many colors, but this blue is like my real one was, other than they put red interior in the Corgi. I still don't own one, but hopefully someday I will.
I've seen that viewer. Worked rather well.
hahaa thanks. Not really into trading much. I get offers for that quite often. But I'd be willing to look. Maybe someone will finally convince me to do it.
The only one I have. ..and I still want to send it Shelly.
11x14 Acrylic on stretched canvas. $185.
Awe the DB5, with the ejector. hahhaa I loved it! I had it too. Lights worked too, if I remember right. Corgi did make awesome toys. I want their little 63 Buick Riviera so badly! I keep eyeing them on ebay.