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Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by WillSquared, Mar 21, 2015.

  1. 78C10BigTen

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    caught the 87 watching me as I was dressing up the 79’s block
     
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    Hey @John Nes howd those door panels work out for ya?
     
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    @John Nes , There are easier ways to drain the oil. That's what the little plug on the bottom of the pan is for?..........lol
     
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    Worked out great man! I’ll be starting up the 73’s interior when I’m done putting the LS in there
     
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    Oh what...no way! Ive always taken the engine outta the truck and removed the manifold and valve covers, put it on a stand and flipped it over to change the oil.

    In all seriousness, I just didn’t wanna get any sort of mess on the floor while I freshened up this crate engine.
     
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    Playing with my Polaroid 8C043B3D-0382-4822-BF59-F69E63F5E397.jpeg
     
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    wow that's badass. how much you charging for custom photoshoots? haha
     
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    well walmart has the little polaroid on sale for 99 all the time and the film is made new and its 8 shots a pack and its like.. 12 dollars? I think so not bad. i literally have no adjustments other than flash lol. I do own an old land camera polaroid but i dont have a cost effective film source for it especially since it needs to be cleaned up and its more advanced
     
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    My girlfriends daughters each have one of those walmart ones lol. I bet i still have an original polaroid camera in the house that i inherited from my grandma.
     
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    my old one was the family camera and it has a leather box. the box was a different color from the thick layer of what i assume are members of the fungi kingdom
     
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    they do make one(as well as a different manufacturer than polaroid) that hook to a smartphone and essentially make a print of a picture on the phone or a shot taken by its camera. they are cheaper and make a slimmer(aspect ratio of the phone i assume) print. mine is the standalonee which i would prefer anyday personally. i feel the film keeps looking toooooo overexposed but i was gonnna try cleaning the lens and using a photo sleeve as soon as it spits out to keep light off the developing film
     
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    Hiding in the shade at Home Depot lol. Desperately need to get the AC hooked back up and working now that this is my only (running) vehicle
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    It may be a delaminating glass in the lens. If its that old...
     

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