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Flight Price Match

flight price match

    price match
  • (Price matching) Sometimes you get a store coupon (see definition below) but another store will honor that coupon even though they aren’t offering the same deal themselves. When a store does this, it’s called price matching. Similar to competitor coupons.

  • Creative Instinct, Inc. will price match with any advertised prices. In order to qualify for a price match you must submit similar product with similar quantity, turnaround time, and pricing structure. Creative Instinct, Inc.

  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace

  • shoot a bird in flight

  • an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"

  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight

  • a formation of aircraft in flight

flight price match - Match Holders:

Match Holders: One Hundred Years of Ingenuity : With Price Guide (A Schiffer Book for Collectors)

Match Holders: One Hundred Years of Ingenuity : With Price Guide (A Schiffer Book for Collectors)

The invention of the friction match in England in the 1830s helped to improve the daily lives of people in ways frequently overlooked. Match holders made their appearance by the 1850s in nearly endless, striking variety. Denis B. Alsford has complied fascinating historical influences, patents, marks and over 680 color photos to she light on the developments of match holders from their beginnings to their more recent forms as commonplace household items. A wide variety of match holders are depicted including pocket, "candle-in-a-box", stand-alone and wall hanging models. Paten drawings, discussions of major manufacturers, and copy from the British magazine "Punch" add dimension as well. All who are concerned with tobacco history, collecting match holders and antiques will find this book a useful reference.

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1957 289 Corvette Ron Romero 513 314 3149 $99,000

1957 289 Corvette Ron Romero 513 314 3149 $99,000

Completely restored and documented NCRS Top Flight 1957 270hp Corvette. This Corvette received a complete nut and bolt frame off restoration in 1992. Photos documenting the process are included below. Every number that I have checked on this car is correct in terms of both application and chronology. Though Chevrolet did yet not stamp the vin number of the car on the engine in 1957, the other stampings, casting numbers, and most importantly casting dates match. The car has been used sparingly and has received "no expense spared" maintenance since it was restored. The odometer shows the mileage at 6,340 which I believe to be correct since the restoration. The most previous owner of the car was an avid and notable collector with many Corvettes, Ferraris, and other distinguished cars in his collection. The quality of this car could not nearly be duplicated for the asking price.

As a side note, this Corvette is not a dealer auction vehicle. We hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our cars come from owners who expect their cars to go to someone that will give the vehicle the same care and attention as they did. We invite and encourage you to examine the car in person or have the car inspected. Please take the time to examine each picture. We photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so you can feel confident about bidding. If you have a question about the Corvette, just give us a call.


The Cascade Green exterior paint is in outstanding condition. The paint has a smooth finish and a brilliant gloss. There are no major scratches, scrapes, or other blemishes in the paint. The chrome parts are in awesome condition as is the stainless and other bright work. Often many corvettes will have particularly chipped up front ends, this car does not. The underside of the front end is in great condition. There are very few small spots in the paint that were too small to show in in photos, but nothing that is noticeable from 5 feet away. The wheels and hub caps and are in excellent condition with no dents or curb rash. The tires look like new. The frame and everything else on the car is very solid. There are absolutely no rust issues with the car what so ever. The underside of the car is as clean as one would expect from a 6,000 mile car that has never seen rain or other weather. The car looks just as good in person as it does in the photos.


The Beige interior of the corvette is in superb condition. The entire interior was freshened when the car was restored. The seats look almost brand new with absolutely no splits, tears, or stains. The seat is not worn through in the typical places, such as where the driver gets in and out of the car. The carpet is in excellent condition and looks virtually brand new. There are no rips, holes, or damage in the carpet at all. The door panels are in terrific condition and fit tightly to the doors. The dash looks awesome, with no cracks, scratches, or sun damage of any kind. The car has never been smoked in, there is no ash in the ashtray or aroma what so ever. The trunk, complete with spare and mat, is in virtually new condition as well. The interior looks just as good in person as it does in the photos.


This car is in excellent mechanical condition, there are no issues at all with this Corvette and the car needs nothing at all. All of the mechanical items on this car has seen very limited use since the car received a full mechanical restoration. The car starts right away every time. It runs well and idles well. There is no smoke when starting or driving the car. Everything on this car works as it should, all of the lights and gauges work, the horn works, and even the radio can pick up and play stations. This Corvette has plenty of power and is very fast for a 1950's era auto. The transmission is solid and the clutch feels very good. The transmission is a 3-speed, which is correct for the car. 4-speed transmissions were not available until later in the 1957 model year. The 3-speed was only manual transmission available when this car was built in late 1956. Not enough can be said as to how much of a pleasure it is to drive this car, especially with the top off.

Overall Condition

Overall the vehicle is in dazzling condition. The previous owner was meticulous about his caring for the vehicle. He stated that the car was also certified Bloomington Gold and there is mention of that in the paperwork, but I do not have the certificate. I do have the original NCRS Top Flight certificate. Numbers matching is extremely important in Corvette pricing, and as you can see this car is very correct. The Solid Axle years have not had the detrimental over inflation that the mid year Corvettes have suffered from recently. They are all solid investments for a collector. One could enjoy this vehicle for several years and sell it for more than your purchase price. This time of year in this eco

Harpy Eagle

Harpy Eagle

American Harpy Eagle [Harpia harpyja] The largest and most poweful bird of prey in the Americas. Found in tropical settings in Central America and the Amazon basin of South America, sloths and monkeys make up the majority of its diet. {Doesn't quite seem like a fair contest to me matching a diving Harpy Eagle with its six foot wing span to snatch a sloth moving at roughly half the speed of the slickest snail}

Their talons can be up to 5 inches long and the Harpy is strong enough in flight to pluck prey 3/4 of its own weight out of the canopy of tropical trees.

They produce two eggs every two or three years and as soon as the first egg hatches the other egg is ignored and fails to produce a young eagle.

I was fascinated by the "egg" display at the Birds of Prey exhibit. In addition to the normal chicken egg shape we are all use to seeing they had "pear shape" eggs that ledge laying birds produce that will roll around in tight circles when disturbed (preventing them from going over the edge like a normally shaped bird egg would).

Harpy Eagles nest in the biggest tallest rainforest trees they can find. A favorite is the Kapok tree and locals consider it "bad luck" to disturb such a tree (habitat preservation).

Info credit on the Harpy Eagle: wikipedia

Heading home we stopped in Boise for a big country breakfast at the Cracker Barrel restaurant. We then decided to check out the World Center for Birds of Prey. After our visit there I had mixed feelings about the place. It was a large well maintained facility with friendly knowledgeable people working there. They had two condors on site and the work they have done to try to help save this large bird from total extinction is admirable.

On the negative side, there is the conundrum. If a bird of prey is healthy enough to live in the wild, I hate to zee them in a zoo or anywhere where they are unable to fly and soar free and high. At least fish in an aquarium can swim, but birds of prey, no matter how noble the cause, don’t seem to belong in pens or places where they are unable to do what they were born and designed to do. Fly.

Most of the pens made it difficult to get a good look at the birds (the condor exhibit and about a half dozen Plexiglas “rooms” were exceptions. There is definitely an emphasis on “joining” and “contributing” but they weren’t pushy about it.

We thoroughly enjoyed the presentation portion of our visit, when a volunteer brought out one of the birds and did an outstanding job of describing everything about the featured bird. The star of the show the day we visited was the unlikely “Turkey Vulture”, who honestly seemed to enjoy his time in the limelight. I can even go as far as to say he tried his best to show off a bit. The facts presented by the lady volunteer about this ungainly looking scavenger were interesting.

The price of admission is reasonable and it is only a half dozen mile drive from the Boise Cracker Barrel. I couldn’t get any descent photos of the birds of prey in the small enclosures (dark, barred and netted). The photos I’m posting were about as good as I could do with my very limited photographer’s skills. The birds are magnificent and I hope most or all of them are destined to fly the skies once more.

flight price match

flight price match

Maid to Match

From the day she arrives at the Biltmore, Tillie Reese is dazzled--by the riches of the Vanderbilts and by Mack Danvers, a mountain man turned footman. When Tillie is enlisted to help tame Mack's red behavior by tutoring him in the ways of refined society, the resulting sparks threaten Tillie's efforts to be chosen as Edith Vanderbilt's lady's maid. But the stakes rise even higher when Mack and Tillie become entangled in a cover-up at the town orphanage. They could both lose their jobs...and their hearts.

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