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Member Since 15 Dec 2008
Offline Last Active May 22 2015 09:56 AM

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In Topic: Suggest air pressure regulator for airbrush?

22 May 2015 - 09:53 AM

Any regulator that will go down to 15 or 20 pounds will work.

In Topic: Z-man Where r u?

09 May 2015 - 12:19 PM

If you are on Facebook he is on there regularly.

In Topic: Any builders from South West Ohio & what hobby..

09 May 2015 - 12:15 PM

There is a very active club in Cincinnati. Cincinnati Auto Replicas Model Car Club, they have a web site.

In Topic: Ford 144 cu. in.

21 April 2015 - 02:11 AM

Model Car World & Kitchen Table Resins also produce Ford inline 6 OHV engines.  Kitchen Table also has a flathead Ford 6.

In Topic: TKM again

01 April 2015 - 11:26 AM

In the early or mid 1980s I purchased the TKM '81 Imperial because I wanted to build Buddy Arrington's NASCAR stocker.  He was the last guy running a Mopar & I was really into what he was doing.  After a LOT of grinding ( swear there were places that were a half inch thick )  mixing & matching parts from MPC & Monogram stock cars & Fred Cady decals I made something that is almost presentable.   It is kind of lopsided & goofy looking but it has sat for 30 years on my shelf.  Good luck finding one, he was selling on ebay a few years ago but not recently.  The sad thing about what he was doing is he never improved his product.  He was one of the first in the late '70s & the stuff was rough but everyone's was then.  When all the other folks continuously improved their product he never did.  If you have never seen his stuff in person be aware that he is just using a one piece mold with resin poured in.  Bumpers, lights, everything is all one piece.  I suppose with a LOT of time & effort something decent can be made but why bother ?  If you want an '81 Imp. I would just start scratch building you couldn't do worse.