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  1. #11
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    Default Re: WANTED TO BUY FOR MY 1964 SHADOWBOX FRAME DISPLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by Fence Sence View Post
    How small?

    I believe that the Marston Mat was only in place for Ď65. Ď64 was dirt.
    It's cool how well the desert preserves things! That piece of psp would be dust decades ago up here! Particularly here at the coast... I've seen stainless rust here.. (not kidding, unless it's really good SS, it don't last in salt air!)
    Wayne Sagar
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    Default Re: WANTED TO BUY FOR MY 1964 SHADOWBOX FRAME DISPLAY

    That would be great.

    Let me know how much I owe you.

    are you in need of any of the yearly patches or pins.

    Jack

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    Default Re: WANTED TO BUY FOR MY 1964 SHADOWBOX FRAME DISPLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by AAFO_WSagar View Post
    It's cool how well the desert preserves things! That piece of psp would be dust decades ago up here! Particularly here at the coast... I've seen stainless rust here.. (not kidding, unless it's really good SS, it don't last in salt air!)
    My first year camping at west Lemmon valley gate 1977 there was a orange plastic sun shade that was dumped there.
    I used it as a mat in front of my PU bed to keep the brown talcum out.
    The last real year 2019 I hopped the A-holes barbwire fence early in the week and walked south along the fence line and found that plastic sun shade just as intact as in 77, things don't rot in the high desert

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    Default Re: WANTED TO BUY FOR MY 1964 SHADOWBOX FRAME DISPLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by john&marlene View Post
    <snip>things don't rot in the high desert</snip>
    LOL, I love playing with text crap.. I learned it a long while ago while moderating an aviation forum back in ... oh crap.. somewhere in the last century!!

    It's truly amazing here at the coast just how fast things "rust"!

    I hate leaving my truck out in the fog, it's THICK with salt!

    Anyway.. back on topic..

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    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    Default Re: WANTED TO BUY FOR MY 1964 SHADOWBOX FRAME DISPLAY

    Back on topic, I havenít forgotten about you Jack. Things have been a bit hectic around here. Just as things have started to realign, my water heater took a crap last night.

    So far as stuff Iím missing? Basically all of it. I think I have 1 patch and 1 pin. I do have quite a few programs and posters but thats really it besides my piece of runway and a mountain of Critical Mass parts.
    You'll get your chance, smart guy!

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    Default Re: WANTED TO BUY FOR MY 1964 SHADOWBOX FRAME DISPLAY

    Not a problem.

    I just appreciate your help.

    Jack

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