VW Beetle Steering Wheel Button Clock

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Faces

Samsung Galaxy Watch FacesSamsung Galaxy Watch FacesI have two Samsung Galaxy watches, a Gear S3 Frontier and a Active 2. I recently began playing around with the Samsung Watch Design software and these are the first couple that I’ve come up with. I used the Jeep Gladiator watch face on my Active 2 and the vintage VW speedometer on my Gear S3. If you’re interested in these, please let me know and I’ll send you the .tpk files. These have not been uploaded to the Galaxy Store, you have to have the software to upload them to your watch. More to come soon!

Added another, a 1968 VW speedometer with odometer displaying time and day of the month. Also includes steps and heart rate.
Vintage VW Speedometer Watch Face

Some Recent Additions To The Collection

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Mabel’s Brake Warning Light

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I’ve been wanting to do this repair for a couple of years now. The only thing not working properly on Mabel was the brake warning light. This configuration is specific for the 1968 and 1969 year Beetles. So today was the day to dig into it and figure out why it wasn’t working. This project turned out to be a lot easier than I had anticipated and it was really a simple fix. Enjoy the video, hope it gives you some ideas and clarity.

One Last Update To The Poor Man’s Swamp Cooler

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Updating The Poor Man’s Swamp Cooler Part II

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Custom Matchbox Gangster Car

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