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Originally Posted by double00 View Post
 

it's true - harley owners live to spend and spend to live

 

the needlepoint thing is the rub i think. well spotted.

Do Harley OEM parts sell well? My old man picked up a bunch of NIB at a yard sale for $100 (and left a bunch). Windshield, exhaust, handlebars, engraved metal covers of some sort, etc

 

I figure he can't lose but Idk how well he actually did as a lot of Harleys look customized to me so IDK the demand for OEM. 

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Originally Posted by Chotii View Post
 

 

You know, frankly, I don't see a problem with buying the sort of thing, provided it can be sanitized. Once it is, it's probably cleaner than The Real Thing, which cannot be put into the dishwasher. :D

 

*down periscope*

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Morning gang...

 

Saturday night was a POP for me. Literally had a dream I met up with @SpooPoker in his 'rati and he taught me his ways. I'd say awkward but the dream was pretty lit with awesome finds. No shame. 

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Originally Posted by Spruce Moose View Post
 

Do Harley OEM parts sell well? My old man picked up a bunch of NIB at a yard sale for $100 (and left a bunch). Windshield, exhaust, handlebars, engraved metal covers of some sort, etc

 

I figure he can't lose but Idk how well he actually did as a lot of Harleys look customized to me so IDK the demand for OEM. 

 

I would not have left in NIB HD parts that were cheap.

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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post
 

 

I would not have left in NIB HD parts that were cheap.

Problem with garage sales is cash only so he got what he could for the cash he had on him. 

post #42846 of 60479
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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post
 

Morning gang...

 

Saturday night was a POP for me. Literally had a dream I met up with @SpooPoker in his 'rati and he taught me his ways. I'd say awkward but the dream was pretty lit with awesome finds. No shame. 


No shame. Ive had one of these dreams too ... or several ...

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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post

Morning gang...

Saturday night was a POP for me. Literally had a dream I met up with @SpooPoker
 in his 'rati and he taught me his ways. I'd say awkward but the dream was pretty lit with awesome finds. No shame. 

Oh man, not again…...
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What's this?
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What does Spoo look like in your dreams?
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beheaded. 

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Originally Posted by classicthrifter View Post

My birthday present today. icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif




Nice! I found on of those on my birthday as well. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

What does Spoo look like in your dreams?

Pretty bad ass. Had some button up Balmoral Boots, that's about all I remember for sure. Those and the Maserati.

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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post
 

Pretty bad ass. Had some button up Balmoral Boots, that's about all I remember for sure. Those and the Maserati.


Not sure about you, but he always lets me drive from thrift shop to thrift shop.

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Hi!

Woke up too late for work today as the gang and I decided to go out to celebrate after seeing Brians family. I'll update everyone on that tonight in the Brian forum but I thought I would get another box ready for Luxeswap and so Im running around today!

I'm still trying to figure all this out out I thought these were cool!

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If somebody can make 'sheared beaver' jokes....I apologize for nothing. ;) 

 

In other news, I'm looking for cutter/damaged paper thin leather jackets, pants or skirts. I mean REALLY thin, ideally lambskin, so I can make a few more sexy mini leather trenchcoats for Smart Dolls, like this:

 

 

 

Note: I made the coat from a resized vintage 1960's pattern for a Ken doll, but without Kizuna or her dress form to fit it to, it wound up much shorter than I intended AND the sleeves are short. I will be re-making the coat once the dress form, made by the doll's owner, arrives this week. I bought the thinnest leather jacket I could find ($13, Value Village) but it's still a bit like horsehide weight on her (she's 24" tall).


Edited by Chotii - 8/15/16 at 9:41am
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