Show me your titlist conversions!!!

Birk1

AzB Silver Member
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my Jim Buss

here is a classic Buss conversion from 2000

rosewood titlist with ivory joint / buttcap / inlays along with matching joint protectors

plays NICE!!

ryan
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brianna187

BRIANNA SINCE 1988
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Andy Gilbert heavy ivory

heres and andy gilbert i aquired at the old derby about 5 years ago looks as good today as the day i got it nick varner just loved this cue but couldnt talk me out of it when we where visiting owensbourh a few years ago it really is a stunning cue
 

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cuemasterpieces

When a man loves a woman
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JMW OAK Titlist

How about some OAK ..................

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...... even more stunning in person

Enjoy

Berny
 

Big-Tattoo

I'm back
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my Showman Titlist

It has real Cortland Linen and a Brunswick Ku Bumper.
The Blank are from the 40th and is Brazilian Rosewood:D
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Ralf:D
 

PDX

AzB Silver Member
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Here is my c. 1968 unknown full splice titlist that feels amazing and has some amazing shaftwood.

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jayman

Hi Mom!
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1963 era Viking

This one goes back to the very beginning of Viking cues. Circa 1963.

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Everglade

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My titlist conversions

Two were made in 1966 when dots were the thing. The top one is 28 long and fat with cortland wrap. It has a 5/16-18 pin because it was a stand thread. The second one was modified several years ago. Skinnied down and a 5/16-14 pin replacement. The bottom one was completed last year from a one piece that I had for many years.
 

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nebrgas

AzB Silver Member
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Titlist Conversion

Here is Tim Scruggs oak Titlist with two ivory-ferruled shafts. This cue is reported to be from a small group of NOS blanks that TS and MC got from Classic Billiards in Baltimore in the late 90's. Dave
 
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runscott

AzB Silver Member
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Here is Tim Scruggs oak Titlist with two ivory-ferruled shafts. This cue is reported to be from a small group of NOS blanks that TS and MC got from Classic Billiards in Baltimore in the late 90's. Dave

Beautiful cue.

Every single oak Titlist that I've seen is from the early 1940's (1st 1-2 years of production, so it's unlikely that one was NOS - in fact, I think they were only made in 1941, maybe 1942. My theory is that Brunswick moved away from light woods during the war years to avoid having to put metal in them.

I love these oak Titlist conversions, and of course, Tim Scruggs made some of the best.
 

nebrgas

AzB Silver Member
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Re the TS oak Titlist, it would be nice to talk to TS about this particular group of conversions as the blanks from Classic Billiards were supposedly new in the Brunswick sleeves. If factual, they could have been sitting there for many years.

This cue may be coming up for sale soon on AZ.

Dave
 

CMD

AzB Silver Member
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It has real Cortland Linen and a Brunswick Ku Bumper.
The Blank are from the 40th and is Brazilian Rosewood:D
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Ralf:D

This one is GREAT!


Too bad tank was involved in the making of this cue. :frown:
 

bankout86

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Pat Diveney is doing this one for me. Not quite done yet but close! I'm picking it up Wednesday. It is Brazilian rosewood. All white is ivory. Its going to be a beaut!!
 

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12squared

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Wow! I love many of the cues posted, I think my favorite is the JMW oak titlist w/the added butterfly in the buttsleeve area, but there are several I would love to hold in my hands.

Here is one I acquired earlier this year made by Woody Woodworth in 2004 from an older Brazilian Rosewood titlist blank. Very nice execution, all white is ivory (solid ivory joint, inlays, hoppe ring & ferrules) - not my pictures but they are excellent:

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