Robot Name: Ford Fuse and Buddy Bugler (Sold)

Robot Number: 0037
Dimensions: 32”x10.5”x7” and 8”x3”x2”
Date: 2012
Description:
 Ford Fuse has a very bright brain and his head is supported by his huge neck.  He is a chip off the old Ford block.  He wears his family crest with great pride, and enjoys the entitlements that accompany being from old money.   He has spent the last year steering Ford motors into a new line of magnetic perpetual propelled engines.  Ford Fuse is made of recycled, found and vintage objects.  Parts include: Vintage fuse box, steel gas pipe and fittings, vintage trouble light with protective face shield, chrome spring item and a retro Edison light bulb.

Robot Number: 0042
Dimensions: 8” x 3” x 2”
Date: 2012
Description: Buddy is the best sidekick any Bot lover could ask for. He is totally reliable, dependable and loyal.  His favorite pastime is hanging out and on all his Bot friends.  You can depend on Buddy to be close by when you need a friend to talk to.  Buddy is made of recycled, found and vintage objects. Parts include: vintage tin, old salt and pepper shakers, found fence post cap, vintage aluminum measuring spoons and other found objects.

Robots sold separately.

Robot Name: Bashful (Sold)

Robot Number: 0036
Dimensions: 22.5”x7.5”x8”
Date Created: 2012
Description: Bashful lives up to his name, rarely making eye contact with anyone except those bots he knows very well. He is in love with a  pretty girl bot that is new in town and he’s having a difficult time finding the perfect opportunity to give her some flowers without being rejected.  Maybe you could help him achieve his goal.  Bashful is made of recycled, found and vintage objects.  Parts include: A vintage timer clock, old bicycle headlight, recycled electrical rigid conduit and other items.

Robot Name: Goebels (Sold)

Robot Number: 0035
Dimensions: 9.5”x9.5”x5”
Price: $60.00
Date: 2012
Description: Goebels came to America from Austria as an exchange student to attend Legoland University at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.  However, by the end of the first semester he dropped out after he realized his shoehorn-styled hands prevented him from properly stacking the Legos blocks.  Just by chance one day  while rolling around, window-shopping at the mall, Goebels rolled into the Clarks shoe shop and was hired on the spot as a senior salesman after the manager noticed his three shoe horns and wheels. The rest is history.  Goebels is so in demand that he is happily shoehorning ladies shoes three at a time ever since.  Goebels is made of recycled, found and vintage objects.  Parts include: old steel beer can, vintage shoe horns, old roller skate wheels, old springs and other items.

Robot Name: Candyman (Sold)

Robot Number: 0034
Dimensions: 17”x7”x12”
Date: 2012
Description: Candyman has a variety of abilities and talents. He can hold several different objects in his hand: photos, business cards, bowl, books — the possibilities are endless.  He is very unassuming and can brighten up any space.  Candyman is made of recycled, found and vintage objects.  Parts include: a vintage electrical single-gang box, vintage electrical double gang with single electrical throw switch, vintage motorcycle brake light, vintage battery clamps, old electrical rigid and flexible conduit, reclaimed chrome bowl and vintage spigot handle.

Robot Name: Speed-o-meter (Sold)

Robot Number: 0033
Dimensions: 33”x16.5”x9”
Date: 2012
Description: Speedometer is a tall, dark and handsome powerhouse.  He has been assembled from many parts collect from all over the USA.  He is currently seeking a Law Enforcement degree at the local county vocational school — he hopes to one day land his dream job with homeland security as a freedom groper.  Speed-o-meter is made of recycled, found and vintage objects.  Parts include: a vintage electrical fuse box, vintage Ford tail light, fan base, vintage fan blade, vintage gas can cap, vintage 1928 South Dakota license plate, fuses, telephone parts, vintage candle holder parts, typewriter ribbon reel, BBQ burner parts, electrical battery clamps, conduit, vintage springs, vintage pot handles and 1956 Chevrolet  speedometer. Both head and speedometer are lighted.