PALMSCRAPERTRANSPORTATION DEVICE

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i think the palmscraper may in actuality be some kind of siege engine.

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shhhhh

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FrankenBS

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Matt, you're wanted over in the Marx thread..

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:lol::lol::lol:
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Is this contraption more reliable than a certain trailer that sat at my house for 2 weeks in Venice when I lived in Miami? :D

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Yep. Cause I built it, I didn't buy it. :)

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Update: Jeff Searle has obtained the PALMSCRAPERTRANSPORTATION DEVICE on his recent trip to California. wacko.gif

Rumor is that it will be donated to Ripley's Believe it or Not in Key West. blink.gif

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I must squash this rumor early. ITS STILL HERE!!

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why wont it die? :blink:

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Palmarum told me that the dreaded thing was now here in Florida. unsure.gif

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I heard there's a "fakey" floating around. So where's the real one? :mrlooney:

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Bill - is their a reproduction model? rock.gif

You made more than one? blink.gif

Very curious indeed. rolleyes.gif

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Just like the Gaylord car. In the beginning there was only one. It was a hit success, then it was reused to make the second model. It took some time before a second car. Then stopped before 3 I think.

Do your research. :)

(Ed was a customer of mine before he passed away. We became friends when I knew what they had made before he said anything)

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Just like the Gaylord car. In the beginning there was only one. It was a hit success, then it was reused to make the second model. It took some time before a second car. Then stopped before 3 I think.

Do your research. smilie.gif

(Ed was a customer of mine before he passed away. We became friends when I knew what they had made before he said anything)

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Yup, thats it. A classic, just like my work.

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:floor::violin::floor: I see I have really missed out by not visiting this part of the forum more frequently. Still wiping the tears from my eyes from laughing so hard. :lol: Nominating this thread for "Best Comedy".
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The Gaylord?? It looks like a cross between a Rolls Royce and the Batmobile.

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The Gaylord?? It looks like a cross between a Rolls Royce and the Batmobile.

Awful sporty for 1955 and 1957!! B)

Kim, we're all to B) for words here.

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rofl7gpcm6.gif I see I have really missed out by not visiting this part of the forum more frequently. Still wiping the tears from my eyes from laughing so hard. laugh.gif Nominating this thread for "Best Comedy".

It is a very funny and witty thread. I come back to it when I need a good chuckle. laugh.gif

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Great News! I have finished "Reimagining" the use for this device and it is back on the free market....Hopefully before the bottom of it is ENTIRELY mulch... :beat_deadhorse:

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Thank for bringing back this memorable thread. Has it already been over 4 years?

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Yes... and even more since I built it. See? Like me, it was built to LAST. :bemused::blink2:

Oh, and entertain also. :sleep:

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Put two wheels under it. Use it as a Segway.

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Great News! I have finished "Reimagining" the use for this device and it is back on the free market....Hopefully before the bottom of it is ENTIRELY mulch... :beat_deadhorse:

I swear if I lived closer I'd come pick it up. Paint it vibrant pink and display it as yard art. :)

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Great News! I have finished "Reimagining" the use for this device and it is back on the free market....Hopefully before the bottom of it is ENTIRELY mulch... :beat_deadhorse:

I swear if I lived closer I'd come pick it up. Paint it vibrant pink and display it as yard art. :)

By the way - great bump Bill ! :wub2:

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Great News! I have finished "Reimagining" the use for this device and it is back on the free market....Hopefully before the bottom of it is ENTIRELY mulch... :beat_deadhorse:

I thought you were using it to scare off the gophers.

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It's a gopher torture device. They are that big over there.

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:floor: how could i miss this thread :beat_deadhorse:

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Time for an update Bill. Where is it now? :hmm:

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fire wood?

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Yard art?

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Yard art?

Yep - for the Art Basel crowd. I'd rejuvenate it with a hot pink enamel paint. Then highlight it at night with some LED lighting. 

:wub:

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3 hours ago, Josh-O said:

I decided to stop at the Kona brewery on the big island to wet the whistle between palm PRA's that day.

I saw the lipstick palms in the planter behind my table and thought taking a picture with a pint of liquid aloha was a no brainier.:D

This is a great thread Rafael:greenthumb:

Cheers!

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On 11/6/2015, 1:14:25, Moose said:

 

Yep - for the Art Basel crowd. I'd rejuvenate it with a hot pink enamel paint. Then highlight it at night with some LED lighting. 

:wub:

Andrew could have it displayed in the MBBG right now for the artsy crowds!

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Wow, my front yard looked different 6 years ago..... :bemused:

 

I think I hear this device calling Joshs name.. :innocent:

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How about a picture Bill?

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:violin:

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