Some Recent Additions To The Collection

Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Latest die cast.Just some pics of recent finds and additions to the collection. Some were gifts from my daughter and son-in-law. I can’t wait to mount the display that they got me to house my Sweet Sixteen cars. As you can tell, we’re particularly fond of die cast VW’s.

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!

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.

2020 Jeep Gladiator Grab Handle Install

One Last Update To The Poor Man’s Swamp Cooler

Poor Mans Swamp CoolerPoor Mans Swamp CoolerPoor Mans Swamp CoolerPoor Mans Swamp CoolerAfter taking a closer look at the finished product and thinking it over for a few days, I decided to paint the brace for the swamp cooler the same color as the cooler itself. If I didn’t like it, I could easily revert right back to the blue. But after it was painted, there was no doubt in my mind that the brace looks 100 times better painted the same color as the cooler.

Updating The Poor Man’s Swamp Cooler Part II

Vintage VW Swamp CoolerVintage VW Swamp CoolerVintage VW Swamp CoolerVintage VW Swamp CoolerVintage VW Swamp CoolerVintage VW Swamp CoolerVintage VW Swamp CoolerFinally had a warm enough day to prep and paint our vintage “looking” swamp cooler. I decided to keep it satin rather than gloss, but I can always go back and change that. I’m very pleased with the end result, it looks a lot more like a vintage swamp cooler now! As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask. If you like the video, please give it a “Like” and consider subscribing to our channel.

Updating The Poor Man’s Swamp Cooler Part I

DIY Vintage Swamp CoolerDIY Vintage Swamp CoolerDIY Vintage Swamp CoolerDIY Vintage Swamp CoolerDIY Vintage Swamp CoolerIt’s time to take our “vintage looking” swamp cooler and really make it look vintage. The prices for real vintage swamp coolers are through the roof. Last year we found a guy who sells reproduction swamp coolers that are actually pretty functional at fraction of the cost of real vintage swamp coolers. We’ve used it for over a year and have been very pleased with it. Now it’s time to start upgrading it to actually look a little more vintage or at least my vision of vintage. Part I of this upgrade is complete and outlined in the following video. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait for some warmer days to move on to Part II. Enjoy the video, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Also, to ensure future videos and tutorials, please “Like” this video and consider subscribing to our channel.

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