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 Post subject: Wedding Gift
PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2010 1:52 pm 
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Haven't been able to make any

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for a while because I've been working on

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But, LOML asked me a couple of days ago to make a wedding gift.

So I went out to the shop and made this

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Isn' t it ni.....

Oh, wait

How about this :D

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Yeah, they are getting married on 10/10/2010. :roll:

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Nice looking bowl. :-D

Are you going to include a box of Wheaties with it? :D

The devil made me say that. :razz:

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Nice bowl Jeff.

An AMC Javelin???

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Nice looking bowl. For sure, that's a Javelin. I remember a long ride in one in college. Great acceleration, good looks, rode hard - and I loved it :-D


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Sorry guy's not a Javelin. :(

AMC yes, but not a Javelin.

Try again. :D

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very nice little bowl there-- they'll love it for sure

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Jeff Fox wrote:
Sorry guy's not a Javelin. :(

AMC yes, but not a Javelin.

Try again. :D


AMX what engine?

By the way nice bowl.

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Daddy Gloves wrote:
Jeff Fox wrote:
Sorry guy's not a Javelin. :(

AMC yes, but not a Javelin.

Try again. :D


AMX what engine?

By the way nice bowl.


390-Auto (I couldn't deal with a 4sp at this age)

Go Pack and Rally Pack, FIL bought it new in 68.

Oh yeah, thanks for the comments on the bowl. :D :D :D

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Nice bowl, Jeff.

AMX 390, for the car?

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Beautiful bowl and beautiful car. Nice work.


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JEFF: OK I'll bite. A Gremlin Pacer?

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Verna wrote:
Nice bowl, Jeff.

AMX 390, for the car?

Verna


Yeah, I'd have a hard time fitting a 390 in that bowl. :D

The bowl could fit in the air clear though. :wink:

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newtooth wrote:
JEFF: OK I'll bite. A Gremlin Pacer?


You'll have to bit again Newtooth, AMX.

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Great bowl, I'm sure they'll love it and use it forever.

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