Atlantic white cedar, AKA Juniper around here.
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Atlantic white cedar, AKA Juniper around here.
That is a loss. He was a great actor.
51 is way too young.
A bunch of old white folks. It's either a Tea Party rally or members of the bilge! :)
I remember there were a lot of witnesses along the beach that saw something that night. They wee all "unavailable for comment" afterwards.
Always thought the fuel tank explosion explanation was a...
The ribs are solid, the curved seat supports are laminated, 1/8" layers. All was steam bent.
I am currently debating...
Nice, how much boost you running?
How long can you tread water?
Best time to make $$ is when there is blood in the streets.
unfortunate but true.
So much for the Great White North.
Good call. The 3.0CS is one of the prettiest cars around. They haven't really been noticed by the collector crowd yet. You can pick one up cheap, but if you spill a glass of water near them they...
Yes I do...http://i172.photobucket.com/albums/w16/Reynard38/b9cf37ddb60dd83fbad2dc9a23c8a8ad.jpgRZ350 "YammaGamma" RZ350 engine and tank with RGV250 wheels, suspension and brakes. Air tech bodywork,...
Texas, it's like a whole other country.
Lets build the fence along the AR, OK, NM border and rename it Baja Oklahoma. :)
No, Pure Taqueria.
I do go to Taco Mac quite often though.
The original one is in Virginia Highlands. Neat place.
I had a set of Termis on my Ducati. Sounded nice, but not too loud. Just a bit throatier than stock. The straight pipes that a lot of folks run are just obnoxious. It doesn't sound good, it's just...
Foxworthy was right. There are rednecks everywhere.
Weve got our share of those as well. Guy on a 30 mile long lake buys a 35' Fountain and the next thing you know it's Crocket and Tubbs all over again.
Wouldn't mind so much except you can hear the...
Sounding a bit like this one was due to fuel vapors in the bilge. Witnesses I heard on the radio this morning reported hearing a loud bang, and then seeing the boat on fire.
One reason I'm going...
I'm with you there. We call them fart pipes around here. Coffee can sized exhaust.
Doesn't really matter how many wheels it's got. Loud is loud. Just seems the above mentioned group are the worst...
Maybe I'm just getting old but I'm really getting tired of the loud pipes crowd. I was having lunch at an outdoor taco place yesterday and several times the entire place had to stop their...
Well I just need to finish the Resto of the Old Town Canoe, and then remove the paint booth I have set up in my basement so I'll have room to work on the Betty.
Got an unexpected delay a couple of...
I'm a somewhat conservative gun owner that sits at Starbucks with my elderly dad. Never marched in my life, except to a different drummer.
And I dont write for Ms. Magazine either. :)
Never had a K bike. Last bike was a 1988 R100RS. Had it for 10 years.
my old riding buddy just got one of the new BMW 6 cylinder bikes. 1600 GTL I think. Got more electronics on it that any car I've...
That generation 7 series are good looking cars.
My mechanic had an interesting one in the shop the other day. 750 12 cylinder with a 6 speed. Was a one off. It's owned by the Owner of UUC...
The E34's and E39's are good cars. After that they suffer reliability problems.
I got a ride in a Dinan E39 M5. Very fast. I'd rather have it than the V10 any day.
That is cool!
Thankfully it looks like the bike missed the boat. Doesn't sound like it did the dock any good though.
I like the teak handrails!
When I decided to quit riding motorcycles last year I sold my old BMW bike, and parted with my '97 911 Carrera S.
Picked up the M version of the Z3, the M Roadster.
Its a 2001 model so it's got the...
What year M5?
My 2001 330i daily driver has 145k on the clock and going strong. At 100k I replaced EVERYTHING in the cooling system along with the alternator and all belts and hoses as well as the cam sensors....
Adapt or die.
Ships once had huge crews, now the biggest container ships have how many?
Airliners once had 5 guys in the cockpit,pilot, copilot, flight engineer, navigator and radio operator.
I get the Rev and Pit switches. All else is Greek?
Last year I was offered the chance to shoot a Lapua .338 at 300 yards. Even more impressive that the rifle (and it was an amazing bit of kit) was the scope.
Looking at the target was like seeing it...
This sounds like it belongs on the History-erical channel.
Now those are fair curves.
Good news for the MIC. Bad news for the rest of us.
Thanks, I'd like to see that .
Doesn't really have that. The prop is well aft of the skeg. There is a bronze fixture that supports the aft end of the shaft as well as the lower aft end of the skeg.
Sorry for the confusion. I had...
With that kind of accuracy you don't need 30 rounds.
Certainly I can see the advantages to this for the military or SWAT teams, but as a recreational target shooter it would take all the fun out of...
It's similar to that, but the extra length makes for a lot less camber in the keel.
The prop is just in front of the transom mounted rudder. Not sure what you mean by a propellor orifice. Do you mean a tunnel like the Rescue Minor?
It doesn't have that.
It's a v up front, pretty flat out back. If you've seen that Chesapeake Deadrise skiff video the shape reminds be a bit of that, though the build technique is different.
It doesn't have the reverse...
Or you can take Cousin Avi's advice...
I went to the Lake District back in '95. So beautiful I thought I was on a movie...
Like Connecticut? No gun violence there...
Lot of meth labs in KY. Wouldn't be surprised its retaliation for the cops busting somebody's business.
Because they are in the big club, and you are not.
Were I a thief I'd stay the heck out of Texas.
Central MA might be good for business though!
One good law we have in GA is that the police may not make traffic stops with unmarked cars. A number of years ago there were several instances of a rapist obtaining a blue light and pulling over...
Having steam bent locust ribs into my Coquina I would say that if you can get long enough clear pieces it would make a nice deck. It weathers nicely and wears like iron.
Pay attention to the grain...