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Old 04-20-2017, 09:28 PM
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My wife and I saw this at a local nursery the other day. Made in Viet Nam out of drums. There was also a '49-'50 wagon.
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Pretty cool, even if not exactly accurate. I couldn't do any better!
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Those that I've seen were really pricy - distinctive, but too rich for me.
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If you go back I'd like to see a pic of the Mini Cooper that sits next to it. Stu
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This is an Ice Chest F1 For Sale in a shop next to Baboo's in Peoria, AZ. that are hand made in Australia. They also had a 51 Ford car, a Streamline trailer and others. Starting at $1,200 was way to rich for my blood.

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Stu, I will be going by there next week. I will try to get you a photo.
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I saw the ice chest as well here in PA......way to expensive for my blood
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Stu, I will be going by there next week. I will try to get you a photo.
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Thx, I haven't gotten over foolishly selling my 1967 Cooper S. Stu
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Stu, Here are the pics of the Mini. I thought they were planters, but they are coolers. They have the monkey face priced at $825 or $875 and the mini at $625.
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There is quite a bit of craftsmanship put into them..
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I'm hooked. Thanks Mark. I'll keep my eyes open around here. Stu
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I think they did a better job on the Mini compared to the F-1
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My wife and I saw this at a local nursery the other day. Made in Viet Nam out of drums.
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I have one (it's also blue), got it from a local nursery.
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