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It was Unfortunately stuck in a damp building here for a few years until I got the new garage built. The time wasn’t kind to it.
It adds character 😎
A crippled guys tool box in my townhouse that I rent. Lol. (I need a lower cabinet cause I have a lot more tools)
 

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Here's a photo of mine. The color is the same but yours is much cooler with the patina
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Panda sure likes his stickers! Wowee
 
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Panda sure likes his stickers! Wowee

My whole family does. I have stickers in one of the drawers and if someone wants to put one on they all know the drill. Clean, rubb with alcohol and stick it (even my 5 year old knows it) :LOL:

It's out family sport...
 

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Here's a sticker for RCCADMAN. I'm a big fan of KISW - I've been listening to them since 1983. 👍
 

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In 1990 I got a job with BC Steamship which then became Stena Line (a European company out of Norway or something), anyways I became a deckhand after 3 marine training courses (not the military marines) and my duties were loading vehicles and navigating the ship. The ship I worked on came from Europe and was sailed all the way from there down through the Panama canal and up the west coast to here. It held over 500 cars and trucks and held over 1,400 people. As fate would have it, on it's inaugural sailing day we got caught in a freak storm and rammed the dock trying to dock the ship putting a bunch of dishes and some people on the deck. We had to then sail the ship around the tip of the island over to the more sheltered BC Ferry dock which took 2hs to do. On the 2nd night, we got caught in a storm yet again, and this time I was on the helm, shitting bricks, but I managed to keep all the dishes (and people) off the decks and we didn't ram the dock either. Fortunately we had 2 docks to dock at as we hurt the other one the night before. It was scary up on the helm when it was your first time. The steering input was quite sensitive for a big ship because typically big ships have a delayed response when steering but this ship had what felt like "power steering" and it was REAL EASY to put the dishes on the floor and here I am just SAWING on the helm wheel trying to keep it straight as we got out into open waters crossing the border as the 2nd mate is telling me to keep up the good work. Thankfully it's always the captain's job to dock the ship but I still had bricks in my pants after sailing through open waters. I did that job for only a few years because that company pulled out of Canada after the Washington state denied their rights to gamble in their waters as our ship had an on board casino with slots. We were only allowed to gamble in BC waters but unfortunately we are only in BC waters for 20 minutes and then in American waters for over 3 hours till we docked in the Port of Seattle. It was cool experience. I worked with NHL star - Len Barrie when he got the call to play for Philly. He was hilarious to work with. He later became the owner of a golf course and resort he built near my city. Anyways, thought I'd share that with ya'll. 😁
 

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That's amazing! It's so fun to hear about other people's experiences in life and that is a really good one!
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1992 dodge pickup went for$13,000 the 90's chevy's were going for double that. Weird
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710 some odd miles $30,000
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Ya it's crazy how high the prices are climbing
 
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82 Ford bronco 3000 some odd miles$80,000🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️
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Wow. We better start buying up all of the old stuff we see sitting in people's yards before the masses catch on like they have with the E body cars. Lol. That must have been a rare Bronco or maybe it was owned by a famous person cause that's usually high. I still see lots of 80's Broncos driving around. A girl I dated 8 years ago had two of them.
 
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Some pics of my old bikes. I can't find pics of my ZX-10R
 

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And pics of my bike after the crash
 

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A picture of me and one with my long time Hollywood stunt man friend.
 

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