enjoyed speaking with you very much.
the only person I know that restores handle wrap, especially Cortland, would be
Drexler, Paul Drexler, PFD Studios.
The technique he employs is of his own development and the recipe is locked.
Those were two beautiful Joss West's you put out for sale, best wishes.
Thank you so much for your support.
Pink, you are one of most genuinely kind people I have ever seen
It helps to know that people care.
It doesn't get better, sadness keep coming as the reality sets in.
Buying and dealing with cues takes my mind off of it, hitting balls, just pool / pool hall in general.
I built my first Fenwick around 1975. Fenwick hat, jacket, T-shirts and field tester. That means I bought a lot of Fenwick stuff. This was at Allis Chalmers.
Next Job was R.T.E. corp, later Cooper industries. Now it's Eaten. Worst JOB I ever had. No one knew my name and the handle stuck. I never talked unless work related as they made you walk on thin ice for 2 years.
Thanks for your kind words. I've been through life support situations with both my now deceased parents, just a year ago with my dad who passed away 7/18/13, and I know how tough that is. I'm charitable also because of my Christian faith.
Ted, Michael Gray the Nurse here. Wondering if you'd take a look at this and tell me what you think. I just bought this cue on Ebay, haven't paid for it yet...
Please call me at 303-862-2277 if you've seen this cue before or think it's a super-bad deal.
This is Norm Adams the fellow who had the McDermott Jeanette Lee Poster you bid on.
I am not sure if you responded to my last message. My computers can do strange things with emails. Are you still interested in the poster? If so you are the high bidder. Please send me a Yes or No so I can move on if your not, Thanks
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org