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    Archery
    Playing the Piano
    Cycling (Road and Mountain)
    Backpacking
    Brewing
    Collecting cologne
    Whiskey
    Cigars
    Hookah
    Cooking

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    Quote Originally Posted by gixxer View Post
    I do a lot of things.



    Knifemaking
    That is a beautiful blade, do you sell your work anywhere?

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    I was going to comment on that blade as well. Beautiful work.

    spending time with wife and dog (I called the wife and told her I put her before the dog I'll edit it after she leaves...) .
    reading
    building electronics when I have the $ (which is harder due to this site)
    ~ Jeff

    Man who stands on toilet is high on pot.

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    Guns
    Photography (portrait & journalistic)
    Music
    Guitar
    Camping/hiking
    Cars
    Airplanes
    Boats
    Virtually everything military
    Cooking

    It's a comfortable lifestyle.

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    Harmonica (Blues Harp)
    Fishing - especially with a fly rod
    1911's
    Non 1911 Guns
    Shooting said guns
    Leather working
    Knives
    Camping
    Hiking
    Outdoor activities
    Photography
    Cars
    -Rob

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    fly fishing
    fly tying
    collecting everything
    fountain pens

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    • Videogames - XBox360, PS3, vintage PC classics (Fallout, X-Com, Jagged Alliance, Etc.)
    • Collecting (and using) slipjoint pocket knives - Case, GEC, Vic SAK
    • Scuba diving
    • Hiking
    • Collecting and using fountain pens & Noodler's ink
    • Playing with cats - 2 in particular
    • Classic mixology
    • Collecting vintage tiki mugs
    • Basketball - watching the Lakers
    Ceci n'est pas une signature

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    Guns, Guitars, Stock Market!

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    Quote Originally Posted by probesport View Post
    Hope you like pics......

    I make things, cars, household stuff, outdoor things. Whatever, I just like to create.


    Current car project



    I like to create something from nothing or re-purpose something into a new item. Plus I have a ton of collections and hobbies, home theater, electronics and computers are another big thing for me. I have an addictive personality so adding shaving into the mix was just another piece to my disorder
    Interesting build

    Sheetmetal looks to be 5 window T
    Engine a Chevy smallblock with a very interesting dual stromberg setup and painted Pontiac Green(or blue what ever the offical name is) Looks like it will be a fun ride when it is done

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    Interesting build

    Sheetmetal looks to be 5 window T
    Engine a Chevy smallblock with a very interesting dual stromberg setup and painted Pontiac Green(or blue what ever the offical name is) Looks like it will be a fun ride when it is done
    Close, so very close...

    It's a Model A thats been shortened by 18" and chopped. The engine is an SBC from a late 60's Camaro with dual Ford/Holley 94 carbs VERY similar to the stromberg units. And the engine is painted Detroit Diesel alpine green.

    Here is the before, ignore the date on there its wrong - its a 1930.


    You have a good eye though, you must have been around some cars before

    The engine in my old '52 Buick was Pontiac blue
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    Quote Originally Posted by probesport View Post
    Close, so very close...

    It's a Model A thats been shortened by 18" and chopped. The engine is an SBC from a late 60's Camaro with dual Ford/Holley 94 carbs VERY similar to the stromberg units. And the engine is painted Detroit Diesel alpine green.

    Here is the before, ignore the date on there its wrong - its a 1930.

    You have a good eye though, you must have been around some cars before
    Very cool set up I always love learing something new about cars though pre-60s is a particularly weak area for me, and lates 70s-mid 80's is shakey too due to the boring nature of that era.

    Someday I would like to build a T bucket, find 348 or 409 Chevy for it, put a 3x2 on top.

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    Nice! Here is my old T bucket, it was a fun build and lent its parts to 2 other builds going on right now. The engine of course is in the new rod and the body to a friend.





    I taught myself to pinstripe on this one.
    [URL="http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthread.php?p=3029425"]My last full photo spread[/URL] It's gotten a bit worse since then - Ken
    I Truly hope B&B makes a full recovery, I didn't realize how great the community was until it was gone.

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    Probesport, you have quite the talent for crafting fine automobiles

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    Spending time with wife
    fishing with the kids
    pipes and pipe tobacco
    writing (attempting my first book)
    working with horses and dogs

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    Running
    Reading
    Classical Music

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    playing classical & electric guitar
    drinking good beer and whisk(e)y
    playing video games (Xbox 360)
    3D modeling
    building desktop PCs
    bicycling
    drawing
    reading
    doing home improvement projects

    ...and then of course spending time with my wife and 7 year old daughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRich View Post
    Video Games (XBox 360)
    Whiskey (I run an enthusiast blog)
    Martial Arts (Okinawan)
    Reading

    That's about all I have time for. Everything else revolves around my wife, daughter, dogs, and house.
    Which Okinawan? I used to be a member of the P.O.K.A. (Isshin-Ryu).

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    In no particular order:


    Guitar (acoustic & electric)
    Song writing
    Bass (electric)
    Writing
    Reading
    Fine Dining
    Cooking
    Movies
    Painting (acrylics, oils, watercolors)
    Gillette 1950s Flare Tip Super Speed, Feather Stainless Steel, Vulfix #2198 PBB (22mm)

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    Nature Photography
    Hiking
    Bluegrass Guitar
    Collecting Invicta Watches

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    golf
    softball
    starting to get into collecting records
    home theater
    bargain hunting at goodwill
    cooking
    reading

    hopefully one day, grilling and smoking on a Big Green Egg

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