Show your...keyring

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  1. deQuincey

    deQuincey Well-Known Member Site Donor

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    after renewing and repainting the covers no idea seemed more inapropriate than using a keyfob, so a simple soft cloth is enough to hold the key

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    Hi guys,

    Here is mine.
     

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    Yes a cloth like DQ's or leather wrap connected to the kaballah wheel...
     

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    i like those keys!!!!
     
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    updated IMG_0233.jpg
     
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    olmess looks like the cal neva frank sanatra keys
    just missin the diamonds.
     
  7. oneills

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    Stefan, I never thought much about my fob, I do like it, until your post. I will never take mine for granted(or granite as my freshmen writing students write).
    Creative, personal and clever. When I learn to post photos I will put up mine. Nothing special.
    Nice to see the photo with the CS Register(or was it Registry) key fob and lapel pin(how quaint) I produced two runs of, along with grille badges(Register and Registry). Offered to do a third run but didn't come close to the minimum number required. Sad.
    Steve
     
  8. aearch

    aearch Well-Known Member

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    try it now
    there will be more interest i think
    i would get one
     
  9. oneills

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    I will seriously consider a third run in the spring.
     
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    IMG_4082.JPG My newest one...
     
  11. Arde

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    This thread was a cyber readiness test.

    Now that the election is over, Russian hackers are scouring our boards and making Pebra replicas of all keys with posted key pattern pictures.

    I knew DQ would not fall for that.
     
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    Hahahaha, I photoshopped the numbers and where the cuts on my key are. Good luck starting my car, or any other with that key pattern. I don't post that kind of information on the web.

    Ian

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  13. aearch

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    seems like you could make your our duplicate w/
    a few drill bits. thats all they did in oz to mine.
    thats what ill do next time if needed.
     
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    Some of the old and the current.
     

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    Beautiful leather pouch. How old?
     
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    I got a couple about 10 years ago, one still in its packet.
     
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    [​IMG] I got this for first e21 in 1990, when you flip it, it shows the car or the BMW logo
     
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    Great to se all your personal keyrings. Pretty much very personal as it would... :)

    I do and surely a lot of you guys maybe miss the old school of leather pouch to keep sharp keys away from the phone.

    I remember in early 70'th my dad had this pouch (like Sooners page 1) but with a leather strap that you could pull in the sharp keys into the leather pouch before he put it into the fragile pocket on his 100% syntethic trouser :)

    I bet we have a skilled craftsman working with leather among us?
    If so, why not take it further to put forward a draft?

    A pouch of quality black leather with stamped "for example" forum logo, is it possible?

    Thinking out loud now....

    Cheers!
    Stefan
     
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    image.jpeg

    The Heidegger and Alpina are not repros, so they don't go out much.

    Ed Z
     
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