Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby AGhead » Sat Oct 28, 2017

Kubota RTV 900, diesel. More of a 'workhorse' than toy.
I build cages and belly pans for tractors.I built this cage last winter (a portion of frt bumper is stock).
I'm real happy w this cage, the limbs sweep right over me now.


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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby Purple and Gold » Sat Oct 28, 2017

Nice work there, i could use this around the Hacienda.
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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby blackkramer » Sat Oct 28, 2017

Purple and Gold wrote:A butt pad on the SKS :)
Thats a first!


It is more to add some length to it. The gun is tiny when not wearing a giant parka, and the extra 2" gets it a little further out.

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby Purple and Gold » Sat Oct 28, 2017

blackkramer wrote:
Purple and Gold wrote:A butt pad on the SKS :)
Thats a first!


It is more to add some length to it. The gun is tiny when not wearing a giant parka, and the extra 2" gets it a little further out.


Yeah, they are small in length, i like it, just never saw that before. :thumbup:
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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby Mr. Ed » Mon Oct 30, 2017

Well folks,
After reading all the cool names, I took her on my, ice cream run, 12 miles of tight little twisties with some awesome sweepers and an ice cream store at the end. ;) While eating a nutty Buddy it became evident that she is a Roxy for sure. A pleasure to ride and power to spare is a great combination that gives me a whole new level of respect for this old girl and a little fear to boot but, a little fear is not a bad thing if it keeps you in check. Congrats to Vanquish for the winning name and a Turtle will be making its way to your house soon.
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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby FitStack » Mon Oct 30, 2017

Purple and Gold wrote:http://www.bullionstacker.com/download/file.php?mode=view&id=14971

My 1994 Trans Am 25th Anniversary Edition, only 250 of the convertibles were made.
This sweetie has a Ton of Torque
Trans Am's haven't been produced since 2002 :(


One of my grail cars is an '02 WS6 Trans Am(or Firehawk) with 6-speed, low miles and well documented.

Toyota Supra, AMG G Wagon, R33 Skyline GTR, E60/1 M5 or M6, 03/04 Cobra are among other "grail cars" for me.

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby FitStack » Mon Oct 30, 2017

My fun toy. Runs 13.2 @ 110 mph in the 1/4 with a tune and crappy all-season tires.

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby vanquish » Mon Oct 30, 2017

Mr. Ed wrote:Well folks,
After reading all the cool names, I took her on my, ice cream run, 12 miles of tight little twisties with some awesome sweepers and an ice cream store at the end. ;) While eating a nutty Buddy it became evident that she is a Roxy for sure. A pleasure to ride and power to spare is a great combination that gives me a whole new level of respect for this old girl and a little fear to boot but, a little fear is not a bad thing if it keeps you in check. Congrats to Vanquish for the winning name and a Turtle will be making its way to your house soon.


Say Hi to Roxy for me. Thanks for the turtle Mr. Ed, I have special plans for it.

:turtle:

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby smackvay » Tue Oct 31, 2017

FitStack wrote:
Purple and Gold wrote:http://www.bullionstacker.com/download/file.php?mode=view&id=14971

My 1994 Trans Am 25th Anniversary Edition, only 250 of the convertibles were made.
This sweetie has a Ton of Torque
Trans Am's haven't been produced since 2002 :(


One of my grail cars is an '02 WS6 Trans Am(or Firehawk) with 6-speed, low miles and well documented.

Toyota Supra, AMG G Wagon, R33 Skyline GTR, E60/1 M5 or M6, 03/04 Cobra are among other "grail cars" for me.


I looked at that car yesterday burnt orange 6 speed 40000 miles for $9,000 some reason I couldn’t pull trigger on it and passed on it

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby FitStack » Tue Oct 31, 2017

smackvay wrote:I looked at that car yesterday burnt orange 6 speed 40000 miles for $9,000 some reason I couldn’t pull trigger on it and passed on it

Mike


:shock: Sounds like a great deal. I think the market will steadily go up on those cars over the next few years.

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby ChrisRx » Thu Nov 09, 2017

Iwant2beu wrote:Just bought my retirement home...

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Nice class A. I would love to some day do the same. Might settle for a class C instead...

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Re: Show off your toy thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby Iwant2beu » Fri Nov 10, 2017

ChrisRx wrote:
Iwant2beu wrote:Just bought my retirement home...

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Nice class A. I would love to some day do the same. Might settle for a class C instead...


I highly recommend a class C first. We had one prior to getting our new one. It's a much less expensive way to learn.


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