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misterNNL

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About misterNNL

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  • Birthday 10/24/1942

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    1/25 th

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    Jackson Center, OH
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    Tom Woodruff

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  1. Love it! Where did you source your details like plumbing and wiring.
  2. Gotta be quite rare. Never new it even existed till right now.
  3. I have to disagree here Howard. I unboxed a mint in box Fokker world war one tri-wing fighter plane and applied my saw in several places and no matter "how I cut it" it makes a terrible looking belly tank racer with zero aerodynamics. I moved the engine to the center like the photos shown here and everything. Still looks awful. Sorry,no photos available for posting 🙂
  4. If you want some unique options and are able to work with resin check the offerings from Jimmy Flintstone. I personally did some masters for the Modelhaus years ago using the rear section of the venerable Reveal '53/'54 Chevy sedan delivery kit to create both a Studebaker and a Nash deliverys.
  5. Thanks for posting these in progress photos and where you made your major cuts. I'm sure those will get used by many builders as a guide for future projects.
  6. I know posed that question as it wasn't weathered like the rest of the sheet metal parts.
  7. I recommend using Micro Crystal Clear instead. I use it for window installation. It dries overnight and will not attack whatever you're using for glass.
  8. There are also some scratch built RVs and campers if you look in the "light commercial" section under "post your Rvs here" heading.
  9. You might as well embrace the addition as it lasts a lifetime. There is no known cure. Many builders enjoy different parts of our hobby such as the initial body changes, but not the finish work like sanding and paint. Once they pass their favorite part out comes the box and away goes the project into storage for who knows how long.
  10. I have personally seen the Lake's speed shop " car run in 1960's. It was quite a phenomenon in its day.
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