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    Shaker Heights, Ohio
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    Dennis Neal

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  1. Peking To Paris 41 Plymouth Rally Car

    Well done Scott. An example of how it should be done!
  2. Clearly Scale

    I ordered his V12 LS engine and it was really nice. It did take a while but I don't think it was three months. Maybe two though, but I expected that because he states on his site that orders take 3 weeks to produce depending on when the order was placed, then shipping over the border to his second party mailer, then U.S. handling and shipping. As far as collecting money; when you pay via Paypal they don't collect until the vendor says they shipped it. So if someone is collecting via PP and there's no one producing product then there is an issue. I have said it before, resin casters don't communicate well, and I don't think many have a system for prioritizing orders by first come first served so some orders fall through the cracks as I have experienced. Even from some reputable casters. Some casters say that it takes away production time to send emails. What's a customer to do? They need to notify us in some way that there is an issue, and how many weeks they are behind. Maybe in a mass mailing. My two cents anyway.
  3. Micro drill bits

    The best bits I've bought were Tamiya. Not the smallest sizes but they work for everything I've needed them for. 1MM, 1.5MM, 2MM, 2.5MM, 3MM Previously I bought a set that had no tips, and a set that bent line wire, both from Amazon.
  4. Mad Max Gigahorse

    Looking great!
  5. BDA Escort - Australian Rally Scene

    Awesome build and display!
  6. I use HobbyLinc unless I can find it on Amazon. I do eBay for parts and stuff if I can find a deal from a reputable source. For "really" hard to find stuff I use Spotlight and Model Roundup, but they are on the pricier end.
  7. ´69 Corvair Convertible - inspired by Steve Stanford

    Well done! Very nice.
  8. 1934 Duesenberg Steampunk Roadster

    Great project! Keep'er goin'.
  9. Peking to Paris Rally CBP

    Hey Lou, Pat already started posting his in the workbench forum so have at it. I might do the same but I'm so irregular with my posts so I didn't yet.
  10. Shirley you jest.

  11. '70.5 Baldwin Motion Camaro

    Awesome fab work! Glad you're okay. Hope you can find a worthy replacement for your Stang.
  12. AMT Sunbeam Tiger

    Great job! I'm working on that kit now and you did great in making everything fit so well! Very clean.
  13. Hello I’am French

    Welcome Philippe!