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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Memorabilia & Toys' started by lrbbiz, Feb 3, 2019.
Just hung my stock 63 merc wagon air cleaner. What's on your walls?
Some of my shop walls.Kind of chaotic but that is how my life plays out.
You actually have empty display space? Perish the thought!
Just kidding, at least the majority of your collectibles have places to be displayed. Mine are mostly sitting in boxes.
Wow, I could kill a six pack just wondering around looking at stuff!! Thanks for sharing.
now that's a collection! Cheers
Here's mine. All of these photos are from a few years ago.
The Mustang belongs to a friend. The Ranchero is my Father-in-law's car. (you can read about it here: http://www.stationwagonforums.com/forums/threads/got-a-new-project-car.8318/ )
My wife's grandfather collected vintage license plates. When he passed away, her Grandmother gave them to me as a gift. They are now proudly displayed on the wall.
There is more, but you get the idea.
Nice assemblage of cars and displays. I wish mine was this organized.
Thanks Safarinut. Your collection is pretty impressive. It looks pretty organized to me. A place for everything and everything all over the place... right?
Every winter the creativity bug hits. I enjoy repurposing stuff and often see something different in items I have laying around. An early November cold snap and snow gave me some time to finish some unfinished projects I had already started. The picture frame is an old early 1900 mirror. I rebuilt an old rotted grille shell turning it into a nice display shelf. Odd headlight rims are perfect for some round mirrors I had. Old car shirts make nice shop rags but I like to cut and frame some of the graphic designs. The traffic light used to be outside when my kids were growing up. I made a stand for it and turned it into a lamp.
Mannnnnn, I would love to come visit, just to see your toy collection. And the creativity on those projects, that's very cool.
Awesome stuff RMay. I love the grill shell turned into a display shelf.
That's my favorite too, bu the picture frame is a close second. Nice work on all. Nice use of a rotor for a stand. What is the pipe made from that supports the light?
Looks like a driveline?
It appears to be an AWD driveshaft.
It is actually a glass pack muffler I had. Not much good when you only have one so I decided to give it a new life with my traffic light. Rotors actually make nice stands. I made a set of stanchions years ago that I use when I have had my cars on display in a local Mall. Even made my Grandson some out of pulleys for his custom Pedal car.