The Troll King

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About The Troll King

  • Boards Title
    TOTAL NEWBIE

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  • Occupation
    Fine Art Nude Photographer and Independent Oil and Gas Land Acquisition Consultant
  • Location
    Watching the Lunatics Run the Asylum

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  1. Haven't picked anything up in a long time but I couldn't pass up these Skywalds in great shape! Sorry for the crappy cell phone shot.
  2. Surprised at how many of us are in San Antonio. Eyes and ears will be open.
  3. This is what the aftermath of throwing 6 gallons of milk at a model looks like. I know it kind of looks outdoors but this is entirely indoors in the center of my house. My house is just strange.
  4. Name changed. Yes, the milk shots are highly complicated. I've been compiling my last shoot for several months. They are very difficult and most don't realize that it is actual milk and not photoshop trickery.
  5. Big Lots is overloaded with Sinistros
  6. I don't care about the sets so much because frankly, who has the room. The figures on the other hand....
  7. You do not understand what public domain is if you truly believe what you've said here. I'm speaking as a photographer. I also agree with the proposed change as it is demeaning.
  8. nice Mustang!! Do you drive it everyday? Almost everyday. It's a '65 with the original 289 in it with just barely over 100,000 miles. Interior has been completely restored and includes AC. Front brakes were converted to disc also. I wasn't even looking for a Mustang when I bought her. It is a beauty!!! I converted my Chevelle to disc brakes too and had AC installed as my mother could not afford it all those years ago... I learned how to drive in a 1978 Ford Thunderbird it was a monster. If you can drive a 78 T-Bird then you can navigate the Titanic I had a '78 T-Bird too. Never could find that replacement climate control switch.
  9. nice Mustang!! Do you drive it everyday? Almost everyday. It's a '65 with the original 289 in it with just barely over 100,000 miles. Interior has been completely restored and includes AC. Front brakes were converted to disc also. I wasn't even looking for a Mustang when I bought her.
  10. those rally wheels on the 62 vette look SO much better than they did on my chevelle i like to think the wheels are like the right applied makeup to enhance the beauty of a woman. 62s are nice no argument there but I only want the 63 To me its like I would rather have a midgrade Superman #76 than have the top of census Superman #75. Finding a 'vette from that era in a "needs some work" or "needs some restoration" condition is becoming increasingly harder. Sometimes you have to settle. EDIT: Plus, a removable hard-top is always nice.
  11. I see you're in Texas (as am I). I found this '62 here in a small town. The owner use to work for GM and is the original owner. Not sure if he'd sell but I bet I could pry it off him. Not a 'vette but this is my non-work vehicle: