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vintagerpm

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  • Birthday 06/17/1956

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    Mike Stucker

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  1. Talk to the judges? Don't ever talk to the judges, at least not while they are judging. That's called "politicing" and will get your entry disqualified at the shows I go to. Write out on the entry form or a seperate sheet of paper all the work you've done to the model. Mike
  2. UpScale Models hasTop Studio ones in stock. https://upscalehobbies.com/detail-parts/571-top-studio-120-124-hose-clamps-set.html?search_query=clamp&results=6 BTW, fantastic service from UpScale. Received each of my orders is less than a week. Mike
  3. Haha! Kind of what happened to me. I was resisting the kit until I saw the Volt decals. Now I have one on the way. Mike
  4. If anyone is up for ruining their eyesight, Dorawings makes a 1/144 scale Gee Bee. https://dorawings.com/products/1-144/55-dw14402-geebee-supersporster-r1ampr2.html πŸ™‚ They also make 4 versions in 1/48 scale, including a military one. https://dorawings.com/products/1-48/ These kit should be a leap in quality above the Williams Brothers kits. Mike
  5. Now you just have to decide which side of the purple/blue debate you fall on. πŸ™‚ I contend it was painted purple & green. In some photos it looks blue and it other purple. I saw the short tail version at Watkins Glen back in 1970, and it was definately purple, yet I have found photos on the web where it definately looks blue. Light, film brand/type, and film age can play tricks. The earliest written color reference I have is in Anthony Pritchard's 1972 book "Sports Car Championship" where he states it was "mauve" (pale purple). Mike
  6. Another odd ball I've built - Tucker Torpedo LM-GTP kit-bashed from a Jimmy Flintstone Triclopz, Tamiya Porsche 911 GT1, & a Revell CART Indycar. More pics here.
  7. The following is from IPMS/USA, and applies to both shows.: β€œIn light of the current pandemic situation, please be aware that neither IPMS/USA nor its Chapters are liable for any potential transmission of illnesses. Those planning to attend this event should (a) follow existing safe social distancing recommendations and (b) abide by any local or state regulations regarding gatherings.”
  8. Wanted to give everyone an update on the two annual model shows in the Houston, Texas, area. As of now, the Houston Auto Modelers Society model car show is still a go for Saturday, July 11. Things can change between now and then, so please monitor the club web site for any new info. www.ipms-hams.org In addition, The IPMS-Houston ModelMania show originally scheduled for the end of April has been rescheduled for Sunday, September 27. www.ipms-houston.org
  9. Beautiful pickup! I've become quite enamored with COE pickups lately, and yours is a great take on the genre.
  10. Thrust DC3 - LSR vehicle made from a DC3 airplane. Another DC3 converted into a mobile home. Steampunk landship made (partially) from a WWI tank.
  11. vintagerpm

    ISO

    You can try contacting AirTrax directly at raurata@yahoo.com Mike
  12. Rick Wakeman Hofheinz Pavilion, on the University of Houston campus September 1974
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