Tue, 03 Apr 2012
On TradeMe today on RadioLIVE with James Coleman - Crowd-sourced art by more than 800 people for a great cause, a kauri railway carriage from 1897, Station wagon with a disco ball (and some very cool pics), Bruce the papier-mâché shark from Waitakere, made by school kids, WWII gun turntable, Pens from the shipwreck of the Mikhail Lermontov
- Retro lava lamp collection – lava lamps are based on the principle of Rayleigh-Taylor instability and were invented in 1963
- A 6-piece, 6-metre halfpipe for skateheads
- MARMTE number plate: a variation on the Marmite proliferation. And of course the marmite madness continues here’s one of the more interesting ones…
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