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    Tim Harrison

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  1. 2019 nascar mustang

    I hate to tell you, but even when they test, with the media almost always present. I doubt you'll see any published photos of cars even in primer without grill, headlight, taillight and manufacturer decals. Usually sponsor decals too.
  2. The Mustang's 55th birthday TODAY....let's see them.....

    I have a lot more, but this is my most recent.
  3. Mercedes 540K

    That's actually one of the cars I looked at too. Other than the externally mounted spare and colors, most everything is correct!
  4. Automodello Lincoln Continental Mark III

    Hey Randy, It will be in July when I get back to Wichita. I can't wait. Here's a link to all my other UOR cars.
  5. What diecast did you get today?

    I saw the Fairlady Z on M2,s Facebook page in its raw casting a while back. Looks like it turned out well. Too bad I'm in Montreal instead of the States for a few more months. Maybe I'll have a drive down to New York and look for a Wally World on a day off.
  6. Automodello Lincoln Continental Mark III

    I think $100 plus shipping is my absolute limit for 1/24 scale cars and that's brand new from the manufacturer. Right now that's reserved for the latest University of Racing diecast Dodge Daytonas. Supposed to be 5 more versions released after the Marty Robbins car.
  7. Mercedes 540K

    This builds into a beautiful kit even if it's not based on any 1:1 car in existence. Looks like you have skills to repair the previous builder's mistakes. I built this many years ago from the seventies release. I didn't make any mods, just paint. There were several fitment issues as you are finding out, but they are easy fixes. I have various versions of the Monogram Classics they released from the sixties into the eighties The Mercedes is the only one I've finished. I don't think you'll be disappointed. Looking forward to the finished car. Good luck! https://public.fotki.com/tharrison351/mercedes-benz-540k/
  8. 64 GTO Late Model Sportsman

    Good looking car! When I was a kid living in Las Vegas, my dad was involved with the construction of a hobby stock to run at Craig Road Speedway with his Air Force buddies. It was a beautiful red 64 LeMans with "chrome" numbers (aluminum speed tape). Never made it to the first race. One of the "experienced" drivers was practicing laps when another car blew an engine and he crammed it into the wall. Totaled before it ever had a chance. The other thing that I remember about the car was it had their Air Force squadron patch painted on the trunk lid. The 430th TFS, Tiger on a beach ball.
  9. '70 Porsche 917K: a little blast from the golden age of motorsports

    The first 10 minutes of "Le Mans" with Steve McQueen for your sounds. Turn it up loud Exactly!
  10. Willys Jeep Twin-Turbo Dragster

  11. Mercedes 500SEC Lorinser - Tamiya

    Looks like it would have been lovely. I lost one I built thirty something years ago to poor storage. Oh well.
  12. Monogram big t

    They don't all cost 2 billion dollars. I'll sell you the one I have for half a million. You'll have to wail until June though, I'm temporarily working in Toronto, Montreal.
  13. Ford Flathead V8 101

    According to another website he was born in 1989. I find that a little more believable. His father might have been born in 1953.
  14. If Williams was only as reliable and fast as their pit stops. They would be formidable.
  15. AACA Library on YouTube

    In the latest Hemming's Classic Car magazine there is an article about the Antique Automobile Club of America Library and Research Center (AACA L&RC). They also have a YouTube channel that has interesting topics including some models from the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild contest sponsored by General Motors from 1931-1968.