Don't throw away those Bic lighters...
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|Subject: Don't throw away those Bic lighters... Wed Jan 12, 2011 8:31 am|| |
...when they're empty.
Make 'em into motorcycles!
No I'm not kidding.
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Lighter Into Motorcycle How-To
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|Subject: Re: Don't throw away those Bic lighters... Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:07 am|| |
neat stuff....but somebody has way too much spare time on their hands to even think of this stuff.
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Location: Triangle area NC
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|Subject: Re: Don't throw away those Bic lighters... Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:50 am|| |
Damn LL, here I thought I was going to save $ on my next motorcycle! It is pretty "crafty" though.
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|Subject: Re: Don't throw away those Bic lighters... Wed Jan 12, 2011 3:01 pm|| |
Wow, thatīs really imaginitive! Indeed someone with plenty of time on their hands....
The trick wpould be to get it to actually work on the leftover butane, HA!