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Old 01-18-2007, 05:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Simple shaped stopper (it's too cold out there for fancy shapes.) Walnut with a gold plated Texas commem. quarter inlaid in top.



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Really good looking, so much talent floating around here!
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Personally, I'd remove the stopper end and drill out the blank and market that one as a stick shift knob for some sports car.
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Darrell,
Nice work. I have one made from manzanita burl, but it is just a plain state quarter. It isn't set in yet, as I don't know who will buy it yet.

Mikey,
Wow, what a great idea. I do stoppers too and never considered that. I even have a tap and die set.

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Are the threads on shift levers standardized? If so, what is it? TIA.[:)]
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simple is good looking!!
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Big Rob, dang, I knew I should have patented that idea.[:(!]

I think that would be really cool to have a car with a nice shift knob made up with some favorite emblem imbedded in resin or a state quarter of where you live or your birthplace.
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Heh, I've done a bunch of them too. People buy them like crazy!
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How much do you sell these for????----heck maybe it's time I gave them try.
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I did a number of stoppers for Christmas this year with quarter inlays.

They were very popular with folks.

I like to Walnut nice color. Did you use a forstner bit to drill the hole of did you us a turning tool to make it?

I tried the tool at first and found it too much trouble and bought the bit.

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