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oldnslow

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  • Birthday 12/12/1950

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    Jacksonville, Fla
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    Robert Lightsey

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  1. Wasn't feeling well , so I made a pot of potato soup , it hit the spot .
  2. You could use a transparent red toothbrush handle and file it to shape and polish it .
  3. We use a model from Bed Bath & Beyond , ocean waves , rain , babbling brook , thunder , white noise and country "crickets" . Work s great and under $20 .
  4. Wow , that looks amazing , great job on the recreation .
  5. Way to go Gregg , good to see all that hard work pay off . Looking forward to the new year and upcoming issues .
  6. Fabulous build of a great example of the 60s dragster . Love it .
  7. All things considered , that turned out nice .
  8. Honestly , I would have left the 2 lumps under that air cleaner and saved the better looking carbs for an exposed engine , but it 's looking great , so onward and upward !
  9. very nice , love the display .
  10. Do you have a tutorial on lacing the front wheels ?
  11. Had a nice day Friday and started cleaning out the garden for my winter crops . Slow process with the condition I'm in ( work 10 minutes , rest 15 minutes ) but the new tomatoes are up ( almost head high and bearing a nice load of fruit ) and I still need to clean off my herb table ( planning on doing that today ) , then , maybe I'll have time to get out in the garage and work on something .
  12. OOUUHH , I'm diggin' the tourquoise Nova .
  13. HAHAHAHAHA , I feel your pain , my bench is 30" x 12' and if my cutting mat is clear , I feel lucky .
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