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  Monday, 20 June 2011
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Cool pic on the Blog. Have you thought about signing and selling the good ones Sheldon? It would be a way to own an original Dingwall that wasn't playable or rideable! :D Never heard of Fordite before, but it begs the question "was there also Chryslerite and GMite?"
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We could call it "Down Low" since it both looks like a cave and is inspired by painting basses.
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[quote="Dennis":1bl1f5cg]Cool pic on the Blog. Have you thought about signing and selling the good ones Sheldon? It would be a way to own an original Dingwall that wasn't playable or rideable! :D Never heard of Fordite before, but it begs the question "[b:1bl1f5cg][color=#FF0000:1bl1f5cg]was there also Chryslerite and GMite?[/color:1bl1f5cg][/b:1bl1f5cg]"[/quote:1bl1f5cg] Yes, but the Chryslerite (now sold out of Italy) isn't a reliable product and the GMite, usually sold under the Cheverolite brand, tries to re-package it's offerings every couple years to disguise a sub-standard product. Luckly Sheldon's trained eye can spot both of these shortcomings. Better off to stick to the Fordite. :P
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Hey, I saw some Fordite Jewellery in a shop in Banff while on vacation. It is very cool stuff...
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I'm late responding to this. I have thought about it and may actually do it at some point. I know I'd love to have something like this from one of my favorite builders. Banff is where I first saw Fordite. Google it, there are other manufacturers.
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