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General Discussion Board / Re: Evel Knievel museum in Topeka, Kansas
« Last post by fatfillup on Today at 09:53:06 AM »
I would pay the $20 each for me and the Mrs.  I am a little freer with "vacation money"

UB, I here what you are saying but $20 just isn't a lot of money anymore. 
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General Discussion Board / Re: Evel Knievel museum in Topeka, Kansas
« Last post by Rewind on Today at 09:23:36 AM »
Heck yea, I'd pay $20 if it was a quality museum.
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Muscle Cars / Hot Rods / Race Cars / Re: One year newer
« Last post by scooterfish on Today at 09:08:08 AM »
Depending on condition that`s a $6000- 12,000 car.  myopinion
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along with a lot of money, i'd throw in the kitchen sink to own this one. 
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Tractors / AG / Trucks / Heavy Equip / Re: Earthquake Road Rebuild
« Last post by Muddy on Today at 07:33:32 AM »
What are you running Mark? Pictures?

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Collector / Vintage / Antique / Re: Boggles The Mind
« Last post by twertsy on Today at 06:47:11 AM »
That Bog set is fantastic!
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General Discussion Board / Re: 10$ for a new tool, what do you buy ?
« Last post by brslk on Today at 06:02:06 AM »
Look on craigslist or other online used goods websites. You'll get a lot more for your money than buying new in a store.
that works for people who buy things online, but I rarely ever do.
 I also like to hold a used tool in my hands, because there are some things a picture can't tell you.
What does the seller consider a smooth ratchet,  sharp crisp teeth on a pair of pliers, or when do they consider any tool in general to be worn out are things you don't really know. And all you really get are pictures and a description.

I'm not trying to create a beginners tool box or anything ( that might be a good topic though ), i was just curious what anyone would consider a good high value new tool today that they would buy. I like knowing that some good tools are still produced and sold at a great price, and buying said tool will keep them in production.

When you buy things on craigslist you do get to touch and check the things out before you hand over the cash. Just like looking at a catalog and then going to the store to buy it.
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Collector / Vintage / Antique / Re: Boggles The Mind
« Last post by BoredMechanic on Today at 05:38:24 AM »
That is an awesome find

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What part of Virginia are you in.  The Fatman may have a perfect solution

The "getting fat" man may also have a solution!!  How much are they asking and where are they?
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General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by Penncraft on Today at 04:56:05 AM »
Good to know UB. It's too windy to try it out today but I lit it in the garage and it puts out a pretty good size flame.
Seems like a pretty quality torch.  Wasn't very expensive either. Around $50.
Being light weight doesn't hurt either when you have arthritis all over.

I'm already thinking of a way to add an auto igniter on in. Like on a BBQ.

Your weed burner reminds me of this: (Great Hardware store shots follow)

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