1. turbofiat124

    turbofiat124 Premium Member Forum Donor

    AHH, a fellow music collector!

    Here is my garage setup:

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    I collect mostly 8 tracks and cassettes. I don't have allot of LPs because the hipsters
    are driving up the prices! $20 for an LP, that's more than what the sold for new!

    Most 8 tracks require repairing before they can be played (new metal splice, pressure pads,
    rewinding the tape.

    One of my tools is an iron used to remove the crinkles. I keep my tapes stored in my cool
    den for preserving.

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    Main vintage audio page:

    http://s222.photobucket.com/user/turbofiat/library/vintage audio?sort=2&page=4
  2. tricken

    tricken Loyal Comrade

    very nice turbo fiat, some day i will get a place to put another shop radio
  3. RogerDerSchrauber

    RogerDerSchrauber Premium Member Forum Donor

    I use one, too. Very good when checking brakes, lines, springs, tires, etc., as well as for greasing the car's bits. Very steady, if done on solid ground. It all attaches to the tubular jacking points on the frame. Ingenious!

    Just make sure you use it only when the fuel tank's nearly empty.......

    Attached Files:

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  4. fgschneider

    fgschneider Puttering Along

  5. Szabo Zoltan

    Szabo Zoltan Puttering Along

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  6. Trabant_Mike

    Trabant_Mike Puttering Along

    A couple of miniature versions of Igor picked up in Budapest last weekend.

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  7. michiel76

    michiel76 Loyal Comrade

    Picture on shirt is indeed from page in instruction manual.
  8. michiel76

    michiel76 Loyal Comrade

    And bought this giant poster I wanted a long time....

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  9. tricken

    tricken Loyal Comrade

    the ikea print i have one also

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