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Bob Ellis

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About Bob Ellis

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    MCM Ohana

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  • Scale I Build
    1/25 scale

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  • Location
    Concord, MA
  • Full Name
    Bob Ellis

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  1. Model King '59 Imperial.

    The past is usually not as good as we remember. I have another take. I would rather have a reissued styrene than a resin copy. Just easier to work with in my opinion.
  2. #3 1969 Rambler SC

    It's not a bad kit but requires some work. Really a 1966 posing as a 1969 meaning tail lights must be modified.
  3. BAD or GOOD "BADMAN"?

    Boy, everybody wants to atttack this Badman kit! Next topic; MPC Mild and Wild 1971 parts or how about Zingers?
  4. 76 Buick Century Project

    Larry already did the GTO and Can Am , i believe. I got one of them from him in the past
  5. Modelhaus End Of Business Sale

    Why odd?In their production they probably created spares. I was as surprised as you but there was 20+ pages of parts for sale!
  6. Modelhaus End Of Business Sale

    what are you fixing, if I may ask?
  7. Modelhaus End Of Business Sale

    I just checked the Modelhaus.com website. Tons of stuff for sale. No kidding
  8. AMT and MPC Please Put Out Significant Kits

    I liked AMT/MPC when ERTL owned it. Now the game is different. It is what it is.
  9. Model King '59 Imperial.

    I have a couple of those kits. You spent your money wisely.
  10. Model King '59 Imperial.

    Very wishful thinking . I would buy a dozen 58 Fords if that happened
  11. model king '70 buick hits the shelves!

    Model King was a great proponent of bringing back lost kits,
  12. AMT Junior And Craftsman Kits

    I think AMT sold the craftsman tools for scrap in the 1970s. This would be a tax deduction and reduction of taxable assets when AMT was sinking big time.
  13. AMT 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix

    Yes, always a great build by Randy. It's not a great kit by today's standards but in 1965, it was pretty good held together with screws. With a shorter body. you have a starting point for a Catalina or 2+2 convertible
  14. AMT '59 El Camino-Closer-11/12

    I got my first 59 ElCamino kit in 1964 after the 1958 Impala kit, both blue plastic. Lost them in the 60s. Then I got the above Street Rods version in 1975, whit plastic but still a great kit. I painted 2 tone white/red. It's amazing that this kit was created in 1964 and still holds it's place among newer computerized generated kits.
  15. 64 Chev bench

    I made a bench using the 58 Impala