Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sun Apr 21 2019 22:38

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Some Baby Pikies....original at the top :smile:

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Superb looking little baits those Mark :thumbs: The cup hangers are a really nice touch. :cool:

Does that kind of attention to detail help anyone catch more fish? No.

Does owning and using baits like that enhance anyone's fishing enjoyment? Yes.

That's a good enough reason in itself and there will always be people who appreciate such things! :pipe:
Hole reinforcement eyelets from Wilkinsons :laughs: you can buy exactly the same sold for luremaking for a much higher price :wink:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Mon Apr 22 2019 05:35

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Anyway, enough moaning.....I knocked a few more Baby Pikies up today, along with a couple more Flaptails....was busy on the lathe doing some orders (including yours Jason) so would have been rude not to do a few for me too :grin:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Mon Apr 22 2019 15:14

I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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Post by davelumb » Mon Apr 22 2019 16:17

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I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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A chaffinch imitation. :thumbs: was once told how good chaffinches are as a wobbled bait for pike - so long as you pin the wings right. Better than robins, too. :laughs:

I Like the moggy hens. :grin:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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davelumb wrote:
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I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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A chaffinch imitation. :thumbs: was once told how good chaffinches are as a wobbled bait for pike - so long as you pin the wings right. Better than robins, too. :laughs:

I Like the moggy hens. :grin:
Wobbled Chaffinch....class :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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A chaffinch imitation. :thumbs: was once told how good chaffinches are as a wobbled bait for pike - so long as you pin the wings right. Better than robins, too. :laughs:

I Like the moggy hens. :grin:
Wobbled Chaffinch....class :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
I doubt I'll ever forget the encounter. Some inbred rural Cumbrian!

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Mon Apr 22 2019 16:38

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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A chaffinch imitation. :thumbs: was once told how good chaffinches are as a wobbled bait for pike - so long as you pin the wings right. Better than robins, too. :laughs:

I Like the moggy hens. :grin:
Wobbled Chaffinch....class :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
I doubt I'll ever forget the encounter. Some inbred rural Cumbrian!
I once came across a Grizzly Adams lookalike who told me I should be using skinned Rabbit, not fish deadbaits (apparently thats what gamekeepers use to catch pike in traps) :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

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Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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A chaffinch imitation. :thumbs: was once told how good chaffinches are as a wobbled bait for pike - so long as you pin the wings right. Better than robins, too. :laughs:

I Like the moggy hens. :grin:
Wobbled Chaffinch....class :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
I doubt I'll ever forget the encounter. Some inbred rural Cumbrian!
I once came across a Grizzly Adams lookalike who told me I should be using skinned Rabbit, not fish deadbaits (apparently thats what gamekeepers use to catch pike in traps) :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
You must attract the same sort of people as I do.

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Mon Apr 22 2019 17:00

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
I suppose these could be classed as vintage style topwaters :grin:

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A chaffinch imitation. :thumbs: was once told how good chaffinches are as a wobbled bait for pike - so long as you pin the wings right. Better than robins, too. :laughs:

I Like the moggy hens. :grin:
Wobbled Chaffinch....class :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
I doubt I'll ever forget the encounter. Some inbred rural Cumbrian!
I once came across a Grizzly Adams lookalike who told me I should be using skinned Rabbit, not fish deadbaits (apparently thats what gamekeepers use to catch pike in traps) :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
You must attract the same sort of people as I do.
Pretty much :laughs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by John Milford » Tue Apr 23 2019 13:56

If Carlsberg made lures, they still wouldn't be better than Mark Houghton's . . . . :cheers:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Fri Apr 26 2019 20:38

A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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Post by Monts » Sat Apr 27 2019 11:26

Another few lookers Mark, I've just been down the PO to collect the ones you sent me yesterday, they are queuing out the door I've not got the patience to wait in line. So the kid next door is going tomorrow for me at the cost of a fiver, hard-nosed little sod. :laughs:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Apr 27 2019 12:29

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Another few lookers Mark, I've just been down the PO to collect the ones you sent me yesterday, they are queuing out the door I've not got the patience to wait in line. So the kid next door is going tomorrow for me at the cost of a fiver, hard-nosed little sod. :laughs:
The mercenary little bugger :laughs:

Couple more i`ve just finished.....

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A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Apr 27 2019 15:09

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
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A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Apr 27 2019 15:21

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
I could probably go down to 2" or less with them, thats the size of the frog`s legs I turn, and theyre basically the same shape just with a rounded nose :grin:

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Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
I could probably go down to 2" or less with them, thats the size of the frog`s legs I turn, and theyre basically the same shape just with a rounded nose :grin:
One component, two uses. :thumbs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Apr 27 2019 17:28

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:

P1160684.JPG
I'm glad I've given up lure buying or the inability to choose would mean me having to take one (or more) of each! :laughs:

That cisco (?) pattern is nice. :cool:

I was looking at some old multipliers in a shop today. I'm glad the price tickets were obscured. Unfortunately they have a website.

http://www.fawcettsonline.com/products/ ... C6199.html

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Apr 27 2019 17:48

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:

P1160684.JPG
I'm glad I've given up lure buying or the inability to choose would mean me having to take one (or more) of each! :laughs:

That cisco (?) pattern is nice. :cool:

I was looking at some old multipliers in a shop today. I'm glad the price tickets were obscured. Unfortunately they have a website.

http://www.fawcettsonline.com/products/ ... C6199.html

:exit:
It`s an old Creek Chub pattern, silver shiner I think, Dave. I only buy what I can`t make most of the time. Apart from the recent Heddons I got off ebay i`ve not really bought any lures for ages.

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by davelumb » Sat Apr 27 2019 17:59

Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

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How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:

P1160684.JPG
I'm glad I've given up lure buying or the inability to choose would mean me having to take one (or more) of each! :laughs:

That cisco (?) pattern is nice. :cool:

I was looking at some old multipliers in a shop today. I'm glad the price tickets were obscured. Unfortunately they have a website.

http://www.fawcettsonline.com/products/ ... C6199.html

:exit:
It`s an old Creek Chub pattern, silver shiner I think, Dave. I only buy what I can`t make most of the time. Apart from the recent Heddons I got off ebay i`ve not really bought any lures for ages.
Ta for the info.

If I started making wooden lures Godlimans would look le factory mades!

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Apr 27 2019 18:06

davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

Image
How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:

P1160684.JPG
I'm glad I've given up lure buying or the inability to choose would mean me having to take one (or more) of each! :laughs:

That cisco (?) pattern is nice. :cool:

I was looking at some old multipliers in a shop today. I'm glad the price tickets were obscured. Unfortunately they have a website.

http://www.fawcettsonline.com/products/ ... C6199.html

:exit:
It`s an old Creek Chub pattern, silver shiner I think, Dave. I only buy what I can`t make most of the time. Apart from the recent Heddons I got off ebay i`ve not really bought any lures for ages.
Ta for the info.

If I started making wooden lures Godlimans would look le factory mades!
Well, my rod rebuilds look rough as a badgers a**e up close....everyone has skills in different things mate :grin:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

Image
How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:

P1160684.JPG
I'm glad I've given up lure buying or the inability to choose would mean me having to take one (or more) of each! :laughs:

That cisco (?) pattern is nice. :cool:

I was looking at some old multipliers in a shop today. I'm glad the price tickets were obscured. Unfortunately they have a website.

http://www.fawcettsonline.com/products/ ... C6199.html

:exit:
It`s an old Creek Chub pattern, silver shiner I think, Dave. I only buy what I can`t make most of the time. Apart from the recent Heddons I got off ebay i`ve not really bought any lures for ages.
Ta for the info.

If I started making wooden lures Godlimans would look le factory mades!
Well, my rod rebuilds look rough as a badgers a**e up close....everyone has skills in different things mate :grin:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
A few I knocked up this afternoon....variations on the pikie theme, these are based on Creek Chub River Scamps....thicker bodied, thicker tail end, and overall a more stubby shape than the baby pikies I posted the other day. These cast like bullets on a lighter setup :smile:

Image
How big/small are those, Mark?
3" bodies Dave....much thicker bodied than the 3-1/4" baby pikies I posted the other day though. I`ll try and snap a side by side pic in a bit :thumbs:
Not too small then. Was wondering if they were tiny.
These are the 3 recent ones together, similar lengths but greatly varying body proportions :smile:

P1160684.JPG
I'm glad I've given up lure buying or the inability to choose would mean me having to take one (or more) of each! :laughs:

That cisco (?) pattern is nice. :cool:

I was looking at some old multipliers in a shop today. I'm glad the price tickets were obscured. Unfortunately they have a website.

http://www.fawcettsonline.com/products/ ... C6199.html

:exit:
It`s an old Creek Chub pattern, silver shiner I think, Dave. I only buy what I can`t make most of the time. Apart from the recent Heddons I got off ebay i`ve not really bought any lures for ages.
Ta for the info.

If I started making wooden lures Godlimans would look le factory mades!
The artisan look and hand painted with a brush of course none of yer mass produced spray job look. :wink: :exit:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Pleased with these two Mark, looking forward to using them.

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Pleased with these two Mark, looking forward to using them.


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Let me know how you get on with them mate :thumbs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Pleased with these two Mark, looking forward to using them.


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Let me know how you get on with them mate :thumbs:
Will do when the rivers open up again, but they will have to shape up to shift the snipers to one side. They are great fun to fish with. :grin:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by John Milford » Sun Apr 28 2019 16:03

Monts wrote:
Pleased with these two Mark, looking forward to using them.


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Nice colour choices for your pair there Jason :cool: A bright one and dark one, but each with a touch of contrast. :thumbs:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by John Milford » Sun Apr 28 2019 16:13

Mark_Houghton wrote:
Monts wrote:
Another few lookers Mark, I've just been down the PO to collect the ones you sent me yesterday, they are queuing out the door I've not got the patience to wait in line. So the kid next door is going tomorrow for me at the cost of a fiver, hard-nosed little sod. :laughs:
The mercenary little bugger :laughs:

Couple more i`ve just finished.....

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'Rainbow Fire'!! :cool: 🤓
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