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    Posted 12 years ago

    jamiedpt
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    This is a 1950s Oak Acorn gumball/vending machine I restored to a Pink Disney Cars theme. My little girl Aubrie just turned 5 and told me she wanted a "pink cars" gumball machine for her birthday. She has a pink cars tee shirt that is one of her favorites and I guess that is why she asked for this! I did a matching stand and I think it looks great in her pink bedroom. We had a pool party for her last night and I had this there waiting for her, she loved it. Now gotta figure out what to fill it with........

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    Comments

    1. tommy1002 tommy1002, 12 years ago
      Looks great, but I hope you got Disney's permission, LOL Pink and white JellyBelly Beans would do fine in it!
    2. officialfuel officialfuel, 12 years ago
      Another great job!

      Michael
    3. jamiedpt jamiedpt, 12 years ago
      Thanks Tommy and Michael!

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