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Nov 04 2016

FF: Shifting Gears

Category: Fixed-it FridayLori @ 12:33 am Comments (9)
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I’ve shared lots of photos from my travels over the years…in fact, I went on a quick road trip this week and will have some photos to post soon.  In the meantime, check out today’s Fixed-it Friday photos from Mongolia, and thank you to Deborah Greene – a set decorator from NYC, who shared them with us!

mongolian-door

mongolian-door-knob

Have you seen any interesting doors lately?  I’d love some photos!

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9 Responses to “FF: Shifting Gears”

  1. lach says:

    Do you have to put the door in reverse to open it?

  2. Joel Niemi says:

    I need to remember that for my next automotive-related project !

  3. Rich says:

    It only works if you “clutch” it correctly.

  4. jutzi says:

    I like the “anchor hinge”!

  5. T.J. Gottwalt says:

    Nice use of a reinforcing pivot!

  6. Louise says:

    This reminds me of a discussion from last week.
    How many people know what PRND21 is?

    • Lori says:

      The letters/numbers for an automatic transmission?

      My 15YO daughter saw a VW Bug for sale the other day (coincidentally the same car I had in high school), and said she really loved it…”but I don’t know how to drive a standard.” How about – you won’t have a license for a year?!?!

      – Lori

      • Cecilia says:

        A piece of trivia I heard on the radio actually this morning. Only 18% of the population (non commercial) knows how to drive a standard.

        • Lori says:

          Well, my daughter will definitely know how – once she’s old enough to drive! 🙂

          Don’t tell anyone, but my husband doesn’t know how to drive a standard!

          – Lori

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