||eBay: Heads Up! E-bay Tiki Menus and stuff from Basement Kahuna
Joined: Oct 14, 2002
From: Jawja Province, Isle of North America
|Posted: 2004-06-25 1:26 pm  Permalink|
Just listed some of my most prized posessions...Kahuna needs to get the financial situation back on track so I have thrown a few sacrificial lambs on the altar... http://cgi6.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewSellersOtherItems&include=0&userid=hotcoffeestore&sort=3&rows=25&since=-1&rd=1
Joined: Feb 16, 2004
From: San Diego, CA
|Posted: 2004-06-25 1:45 pm  Permalink|
Wow BK, cool stuff. I thought I'd help you get your financial situation back on track by bidding. Give. Give. Give. That''s what I always say.
Seriously, sorry you have to give this stuff up, but thanks for the post.
[ This Message was edited by: MachTiki on 2004-06-25 13:46 ]
Joined: Feb 15, 2003
From: San Diego, Ca.
|Posted: 2004-06-25 1:49 pm  Permalink|
BK, do your personal Rumaki, Crab Rangoon & other Pu-Pus recipes come with the Pu-Pu Boat Platter?
Rev. Dr. Frederick J. Freelance, Ph.D., Th.D., D.F.S
Joined: Oct 01, 2003
From: Baltimore, Maryland, PNG
|Posted: 2004-06-25 1:53 pm  Permalink|
my wahine and i were giggling about "puu-puu platter" last nite, but somehow "puu-puu boat" is even better
Joined: Jan 09, 2004
From: Port Saint Lucie, Florida
|Posted: 2004-06-26 07:33 am  Permalink|
Basement Kahuna, the item you have "1950's Tropic-Art Novelty Beachcombers Kit Tiki Bar FUN " comes from my background history...My Uncle, Karl Balasky OWNED Tropic Art Novelty from Opening to close. My father ,Ben Wilson, Worked there most of his whole life.
I worked there Part time as a kid in the early '60s. I spent many days at the beach collecting shells and flotsam for use in many of Tropic Art's Novelties. They produced a small moai neclace back then made from mahagony for $5.
Every product they sold was manufactured there in Miami, Florida. A large part of the raw materials were gathered by family and friends.
PLUS, They were the first to create and offer the Carved Coconut heads. I used to collect shells for the eyes.
What a trip down Memory lane, Thanks
[ This Message was edited by: Benzart on 2004-06-26 18:28 ]
Joined: Feb 29, 2004
From: outside the windy city
|Posted: 2004-06-26 08:00 am  Permalink|
Basement Kahuna-I hope you make a lot of money-that boat is way over the top-I'm tempted,big-time.