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My Brothers 1971 XY FORD FALCON GTHO PHASE III....A Magnificent piece of Australiana. - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Some Sea Shells I have. - Animalsin Animals
Restored Henry Disston D-8 Hand Saw. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Wooden and Metal Bodied Wood Planes. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Long Handled Tools. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Blacksmithing and Shank Hook. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Re-Furbished Braces-Bits and Hand Drills. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Kombi Van-Surf's Up. - Model Carsin Model Cars
WAR-Japanese Perversion and Insanity. - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…


  1. Cheers and Thanks racer4four...Regards Peter.
  2. Great description Lou,a happy retirement home!!!...Cheers Pete.
  3. Howdy Lou,on the bodies I will use a fine wood sandpaper followed by 500 grit wet/dry with an orbital sander...Corners,handles and wooden tongue manually sanded to suit...1 coat of Linseed oil well ...
  4. Cheers Watchsearcher,I hope You get much satisfaction as You go along...all the gear I restore comes to Me as 'rust buckets' and sometimes it can be very monotonous,at others Meticulous but in the end...
  5. Good move and well done THOMAS.
  6. Howdy Lou,The Hooks bare wieght is 50Kg's or 110lb...It came with 2 cheek plates that incorporated the safety lever so the complete unit was probably about 70Kg's or 150 lb...It's working life over I ...
  7. That is rather sad...
  8. Agreed,the next Pic is of the Japanese burying Chinese Prisoners Alive...Geez....It's Insanity and Despicable,yet Deliberate..Words fail Me.
  9. Cheers Mate.
  10. Would be Mind Boggling Mate.
  11. AnythingObscure, Wherever You are hope Your well....It goes like this There was the Inhouse Japanese (only) 'Victor' Company....Then there was JVC the export side...Very often the top models were not ...
  12. Vynil33rpm,Took Your advice and Hammered for 40 Friggin' years...what can I say.
  13. Vynil33rpm you are sorta right because I can't turn everything on,the sound system has a direct line to our local cop shop....Interestingly as I was building up the system the good Wife said when she ...
  14. Yes,I believe it was an Aussie only trial/experimenal release...Cheers.
  15. Great gear,Warm and Inviting...Vintage rap around sound...
  16. Cheers and Thanks Tim.
  17. Cheers Vynil33rpm.
  18. Thanks 'AnythingObscure'.As You have suggested most would simply walk past the Ductwork.All the components in the Pics were Designed-Computated-Drafted-Knocked up and Installed by Me.My minds eye had ...
  19. Thanks to all...fortapache, "There is always another to collect"...billretirecoll, always great to checkout what other Tradies have stashed away.Regards to You and Yours in these difficult Times...Che...
  20. Indeed and Thanks vetraio50
  21. Thanks Watchsearcher,I put a lot of Time into Saving Vintage Tools from Landfill and it certainly has become A Passion of Mine....Cheers.
  22. Love it..
  23. Thanks to All...Peter.
  24. truthordare,Like You I was able to catch some of B.B.'s concerts in Melbourne Aust. Simply Fantastic...Cheers.
  25. Howdy Lou,Spot on...I would further add 4th from the left although generally defined as a Cobblers Hammer in Sheet Metal Work they are defined and used as a Flanging Hammer-I have many times Cold Flan...
  26. Hard Yards and a Life Time stuck between here and nowhere...
  27. HAMMERTIME!! Agreed it is simply not possible to have too many Hammers...Cheers.
  28. The Willys is My Fav. too...Interesting to note the '39 Ford was the last Ford model to have a wind out windscreen...Cheers.
  29. Howdy racer4four...Over time as the 200lb+ Anvils became harder to track down and collectors moved in to the market prices have soared...A Clean,Straight 200lb+ Anvil right now will cost $8.00/$10.00 ...
  30. Yes Watchsearcher,so True on all counts...have a gteat day....Cheers.
  31. Cheers truthordare.
  32. Great Pic.
  33. Cheers elanski ...
  34. Cheers and Thanks kwqd...
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where old pipe organ parts go to die... a pair of CLAUSS shears, plus a probably more historic (than I realized) wooden ruler After Tommy  Anybody really know what time it is Waiting Thier turn! Nasco end of day glass ashtray, Japan My Old Iron Saw Early Archibald Knox Turquoise & Gold Pendant for Liberty & Co Portuguese Bottle top Beautiful enamel brooch Cut Crystal Bowl Unique Unknown Pattern Possibly Tiffany HAMMERTIME!! :-) Lamps


somebody got her first bath this afternoon...