Finished my ribbons!

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by OBI56 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:19 pm

OK, now I remember the whole story. You posted about the ribbons several months ago and I had all but forgotten about your project.
Why let facts or common sense get in the way of your opinions.

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by Jag_97470 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:29 pm

Are you in FL by chance?
NO, Portland Oregon

[quote="Toy Maker"]Figures

You see! I am trying to tell you guys we need a CF on the west coast!! but, oh no, will anyone listen to me? I could bring my TFM-15CB and blow everyone away!! LOL!!!!
He could bring these to the west coast CF for all to see and watch the expression on Bob Carvers face! WTF? hahaha.

Great job on the ribbons! If your ever traveling south with those ribbons in your Van, look me look, I'm in southern Oregon! like that would ever happen. ;)

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by odd fellow » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:30 pm

Hey, if you or anybody else interested is up this way give me a holler!

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by odd fellow » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:39 pm

Jag_97470 wrote:Are you in FL by chance?
NO, Portland Oregon
Toy Maker wrote:Figures

You see! I am trying to tell you guys we need a CF on the west coast!! but, oh no, will anyone listen to me? I could bring my TFM-15CB and blow everyone away!! LOL!!!!
He could bring these to the west coast CF for all to see and watch the expression on Bob Carvers face! WTF? hahaha.

Great job on the ribbons! If your ever traveling south with those ribbons in your Van, look me look, I'm in southern Oregon! like that would ever happen. ;)
Thanks!
I might be very interested in a meet!
I am seeking to earn a living doing things like this and others, so I have some time on my hands...
If Bob Carver wanted to see and hear these, I would be most honored!:D
Minds like that are hard to come by, and I always appreciate the instruction of a master..
Even if everybody told me they stink, I'd still make them:D
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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by odd fellow » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:40 pm

OBI56 wrote:OK, now I remember the whole story. You posted about the ribbons several months ago and I had all but forgotten about your project.
Yes.

I figured I'd start another thread with appropriate title, maybe in wrong spot?

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by Jag_97470 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:48 pm

odd fellow wrote:Hey, if you or anybody else interested is up this way give me a holler!

paul
Thank you Paul! My daughter will be moving to Portland in a few months. This would give us a reason to visit Portland. I will certainly give you a holler if up that way. Thank you again for the offer.

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by Augie116 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 8:37 pm

So what was your approx cost to create the pair?

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Re: Finished my ribbons!

Post by odd fellow » Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:09 pm

Augie116 wrote:So what was your approx cost to create the pair?

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~$900.00 including labor.
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