Just plain cool stuff!

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Im gonna start a new thread, not a humors thread, not a chezzy thread, not a sled deck on a half ton thread, just plain cool stuff you see. Things the second you see them you just say, now thats just cool!
 

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This is a daily runner, has a tilt deck and a hiab.
 

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That falls into the "fawk thats cool" stuff.

If I saw it in person I could stare at that workmanship for hours.
 

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I dabble in astronomy a bit... Part of it involves binoculars, I have several sets as well as a parallelogram mount and tripod...
However the first picture I "scavenged" from an astronomy board I belong to... Kinda makes me want to build my own motorized zero G chair...

The second and third piccys are my own mount, celestron 15x70's and oberwerk 25x100's just for reference and scale...
 

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I dabble in astronomy a bit... Part of it involves binoculars, I have several sets as well as a parallelogram mount and tripod...
However the first picture I "scavenged" from an astronomy board I belong to... Kinda makes me want to build my own motorized zero G chair...

The second and third piccys are my own mount, celestron 15x70's and oberwerk 25x100's just for reference and scale...
Me and the wife had a chair like that once, but we didnt use it for looking in binoculars.
 

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Can you imagine walking into one of those lug nuts with your shin very nice truck for its age no way it’s a work truck or spent a lot of money on restoring it
 

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Can you imagine walking into one of those lug nuts with your shin very nice truck for its age no way it’s a work truck or spent a lot of money on restoring it
Ouch, almost like a deck on the back that you catch the side with your noggin.
 
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