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WHy, Why , Why !!!!!!!!!
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A Woody! That's hysterical. Contact paper comes in lots of colors, fer cryin' out loud. They could've put red or black on it.
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A Woody! That's hysterical. Contact paper comes in lots of colors, fer cryin' out loud. They could've put red or black on it.

You know, you would think so wouldn't you. But I couldn't find even one roll that came even CLOSE to the color yellow. I was going to use it for number plates. I didn't see any red or black either. Just white, marble, flowers, funky patterns, and some other random stuff. I went to 3 hardware stores, 2 specialty drug stores (Longs drugs, etc.), and an art crafts store. Nothing.

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You know, you would think so wouldn't you. But I couldn't find even one roll that came even CLOSE to the color yellow. I was going to use it for number plates. I didn't see any red or black either. Just white, marble, flowers, funky patterns, and some other random stuff. I went to 3 hardware stores, 2 specialty drug stores (Longs drugs, etc.), and an art crafts store. Nothing.
Huh. Guess I've never shopped for contact paper! At that point, then, I'd have taken a can or two of Krylon to it!
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He should have taken off the contact paper before photographing it. We can't even see what damage there is.

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He should have taken off the contact paper before photographing it. We can't even see what damage there is.
Ya you can. Look at the connection between the mid and lower cowel. There's a 2" triangle chunk missing from the front.

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I've got a brand new set of Sato rearsets in the brown paper bag. Please bid on them.

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Ya you can. Look at the connection between the mid and lower cowel. There's a 2" triangle chunk missing from the front.
Yeah, didn't notice that...probably more scratches and bad repair jobs after the paper comes off.

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Re: And I thought fur was bad...

"Those are knot holes."
"If they're not holes, then what are they?"
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"Those are knot holes."
"If they're not holes, then what are they?"


Now I feel as though the termite joke that I didn't post may have not been that bad.

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that pretty funny, has a nice plastic laminate look
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If they were done in teac i might be interested

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Re: And I thought fur was bad...

May be he wanted light weight body work, so he made them out of balsa

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