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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by rats28, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. rats28
    Joined: Sep 3, 2008
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    rats28
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    from Louisiana

    thought this was pretty cool
     

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  2. DeuceDog
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    DeuceDog
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    from Breese, IL

    very cool...
    DD
     
  3. Sugarskull
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    Sugarskull
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    from Calgary

  4. JoJo O.
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    JoJo O.
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    Where is it from?
     

  5. George G
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    George G
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    Tell us more!
     
  6. tommy
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    I couldn't afford an original so I made mine. I have about 40 bucks in mine. Most of it for the coin. The knob is a replacement knob for a lawn tractor.:D

    I had made up a BS story about my truck being a display vehicle in the exposition. Then I learned that they actually did have a shift knob at the 34 Exposition. (the real one first shown above) There is a 33 coin also if you have a 33.
     
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  7. Von Rigg Fink
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    Von Rigg Fink
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    from Garage

    now that IS cool..i have a knob just like that one, all i need is the "coin"
     
  8. coolbreeze1340
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    coolbreeze1340
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    from Indiana

    Very cool, I'd give up my beer tap for that any day!
     
  9. hrm2k
    Joined: Oct 2, 2007
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    hrm2k
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    Not for sure about this but it looks like the shift knobs done by our own Saxman. Here is a link to his stuff..............really beautiful

    http://1954design.com/
     
  10. rats28
    Joined: Sep 3, 2008
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    rats28
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    from Louisiana

    I found this one on evil bay it's a original coin i couldn't pass this one up the coin was from some kind of fair I guess i need a shifter now :D
     
  11. Strange Agent
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  12. rats28
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    rats28
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    from Louisiana

    It's an original Ford world fair coin
     
  13. George G
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    George G
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    Is it flat? It looks like it's "domed" somewhat.
     

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