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Old 12-05-2007, 02:25 PM   #1
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What makes great Christmas Gifts?

I bought this DVD last year and really like it. I think it makes a great gift. You may want to put it on your wishlist:

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those teeny tiny remote control helicopters... they can be addicting until you break it or your dog eats it
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those teeny tiny remote control helicopters... they can be addicting until you break it or your dog eats it
A bought two one is called the Millinum $50(a little astronaut dude stapped to helipack) that is a blast to fly indoors and I bought a air rescue copter(that goes side to side, and backwards too for about $150

They would both make great gifts.
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Just want to help people finding gifts they may want to put on their list for relatives. I know guys are hard to buy for.
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fry's electronics had some 3 channel little helicopters for $27. i'm always playing with that and antagonizing our dogs with it
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fry's electronics had some 3 channel little helicopters for $27. i'm always playing with that and antagonizing our dogs with it
My dad went to the hobby store and they have some cesna planes for around a hundred also with controls. They charge in like 15 minutes and are a styrofoam body with plastic rudders. Really neat and fun.
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Anything moto related that can be recommended?

The Twist of the Wrist books are also something to put on the list, I'd say.
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The Twist of the Wrist books are also something to put on the list, I'd say.
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The Twist of the Wrist books are also something to put on the list, I'd say.
Leathers, jackets, boots, gloves, tank bags, backpacks, undertail kits, exhaust systems. Pretty much any add on they dont have yet. And best of all, if you date Amber you get a bike as a gift. Lucky .
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I got a remote controlled sailboat a few years ago that I still use. Plus, it displays well in the house. Finally, a toy I can keep in the livingroom.
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I got a remote controlled sailboat a few years ago that I still use. Plus, it displays well in the house. Finally, a toy I can keep in the livingroom.
Neat.

To anyone on here: What is the best motorcycle related gift you have ever gotten?
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