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About Daddyfink

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 12/19/1967

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    1/25 1/24 1/16

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    San Diego CA
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    Jesse Chavez

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  1. Young American/ Jade Granade

    The early Revell 426 Nitro engines are slightly under scale and thus are not really suited for updating AMT or MPC kits. I have no idea why Revell did this, but, it also carried over into the 1/16th scale cars.
  2. Tires and Rims

    These are Japanese wheels, I am still trying to find out the make and type. I would just run BBS or Minilite style wheels. Maybe even some Watanabe Wheels
  3. Revell 1930 model A coupe kit

    And who will start the bidding? Do I have $5?
  4. Hotwheels is 50!

  5. Buddy Baker's 1980 Oldsmobile 442 in 1/25th scale.

    Looks promising Thanks for the pics
  6. Hotwheels is 50!

    I must admit, I have been buying more Hot Wheels than models!
  7. Piranha Drag Team

    I remember this was on the list back when the Blue Printer was around. They sent out a Poll on which kits you would like to see back and this was on it. Wish I still had a copy of that list.
  8. Discounts on Tamiya products - POOF! GONE!

    Oh well, it's not like I need more models!
  9. LOL! No, I meant for the carbs! Mirrors I would grab from a Fairlady kit
  10. Revell Super Spyder Monza re-release

    I think this is the last time it was issued. Late 80's, I think
  11. You can just re-barrel one of the kits wheels and I used the Air Horns from a Tamiya kit on a Revell Datsun 510 L-16 that look just like those.
  12. Anyone buying Revell kits just in case?

    Well, my LHS was a bit low on models this weekend, I wonder why? Panic buying is in! Get to the store now!!!!
  13. Revell 1974 rear engine dragster question

    That nose was specific to the Prudhome car. That was one of the biggest differences between these kits. Some came with front wire wheels or with Super Tricks. The Garlits and California Special cars have slotted rear wheels
  14. Here is a good thread on this...