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Most don't know that long ago NAWCC was going to build a floral clock on the sloping corner property opposite the museum. We owned the corner lot...
Those of us who have been around awhile remember that our first MB as such (actually, a group where we did a lot ofwas a Yahoo Group. Yahoo is...
I've reviewed my 1989 reprint of the book. The drawings are sharp. According to the Preface, the clock was built by 45 students.
I have no idea if the clock was ever built. Are you looking to build it?
There are many copies or reprints of that book. I'm not home right now but I thought the drawings in my copy were clear. I'll have to check.
Yeah, but I'll bet it gets a lot of ticks!
I am permanently logged in to the MB. It seems a shame that the main site doesn't allow that. Makes me not want to go to the main site.
I see another signin problem, and it has nothing to do with the MB. I thought this was what concerned Kevin.
When I go to the main NAWCC site,...
Interesting. He painted the clock running. Notice the pendulum is swung all the way to the left!
You’ve already told us total attendance and tables sold in a previous post. Of course, those numbers may have been revised. Here is what I’d...
Your next test for authenticity is to extract DNA from the bug and inject it into a frog to see if you can hatch a dinosaur (a.k.a. Jurassic Park)...
A black light (UV) may allow you to read the rest of the information written in the case.
It's not .com, it's .org
And then put it in your living room. I've got three in mine.
You can, of course, buy a totally independent electronic carillon to strike whatever hours you want. In 1996, I restored a E. Howard roundtop for...
The lacquer dissolved the wax. If you lacquer, you must use a light spray or wipe only once and lightly if using liquid. Many restorers just use a...
We actually tried something like this in 2009. (Date is a little fuzzy.) We held a symposium at a hotel in York. The next day the...
Can we now be told what the attendance and table count were at the Springfield convention?
I think that is wrong. It's Earl Harlamert.
In the third picture, is that a Porsche 928S4 in the background?