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    us
    Jan 2005
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    6 Million Dollar Man

    Major score for Christmas,my lovely wife bought an original Six Million Dollar Man lunch box and my brother in law got it signed by Lee Majors at an expo. If you had one of these when I was a kid you were king of the jungle.
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    God and country.

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    we exist,and we are watching you

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    so.cal.mtns.
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    very cool...I'd keep my jewelery finds in it..prolly worth a fair bit
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    I dont care which machine you use...you're gonna dig trash.
    an extra thousand bucks aint gonna solve that.

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    us
    Mar 2010
    Florida
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    Wish I still had my Steve Austin action figure I got as a kid in the 70s.
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    Very nice lunch box brings up old memories.

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    DALTON

    Dec 2008
    NW Arkansas
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    Or my brothers chuck Norris action figure from the early 80's that he gave my librarian
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    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

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    us
    Jan 2005
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    [QUOTE=lookindown;4326182]Wish I still had my Steve Austin action figure I got as a kid in the 70s.[/QUO

    Those are very collectable. I am going to start looking at flea markets for old toys. Takes ya back to the good ol days.
    God and country.

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    The Fall Guy was a good show also. A few years ago I was at a friends house a he had a few boxes full of all his toys from the 1970's setting out. He had the Steve Austin figure and a bunch of other stuff all in remarkably good shape. I asked him what he was doing with them and he said he was just getting ready to bring them over to goodwill. OH really! To make a long story short for 35 bucks he gave me all his star wars stuff, two boxes full and in good shape. Didn't get the Steve Austin though, I regret that Anyway I was able to get back some of the Starwars toys I had as a kid. I also told him for what ever reason if he ever wanted them back, they are his.

 

 

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