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misterNNL

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About misterNNL

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 10/24/1942

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  • Scale I Build
    1/25 th

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    Jackson Center, OH
  • Full Name
    Tom Woodruff

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  1. No matter what boxes you use for storing your collection be sure to store those boxes in low heat and humidity conditions. I have some boxes that were stored in an attic for 50 years(yes I said 50 years) and the kit boxes became brittle,the decals and any tissue paper simply crumbled when touched. Just a word of caution might save a lot of grief later.
  2. Old AMT Kit Instruction Sheets

    I worked as a draftsman for a few years in the '60's producing engineering drawings and remember that revisions to a particular drawing were each given a suffix behind the number. The first revision was dash "A", the next dash "B" and so on. This was all if course before anything digital was ever conceived so the smallest drawing was a 9" x 12" which was a size "A" twice that a "B" size and on and on. The file drawers were these were only made to accommodate the "A" size so all larger drawings were all folded and filed numerically accordingly. Oh the good old days when we used T squares and electric erasers!
  3. 1959 "Wild Cad" Custom

    The fin on the console is a neat addition to your interior.
  4. Indiana river's edge model car show

    I was able to reach the people involved in running this show and will post the information here when I receive their vendor sign up sheet in the mail.
  5. I am trying to find contact information about the river's edge model car show in Indiana inMay of this year. I would like to get a vendor's table but can't find this one on line. There was a phone number posted on facebook but that was answered by a real elderly lady who had no clue what I was asking about. Any help greatly appreciated !
  6. Johnny Cash Hot Rod- Grill Option #2

    Now if there was just someway to work a piece of that '58 into the grille/radiator shell design........HMMMMM.
  7. "Bubble Trouble "show rod

    I personally like this one a lot. Let your imagination loose and see where it takes you! Thanks for sharing.
  8. I am surprised that after using those clever templates the fender profiles made from photos of the real car would be anything less than perfect. I of course trust your eye and judgment but I was wondering how that would be anything less than a perfect method. Just curious.
  9. Hillibillies coupe

    Slick build. Thanks for sharing.
  10. 1/25 AMT '40 Ford Sedan

    Looking very familiar.
  11. Anybody else just bought a Foose Cady for parts ?

    Great side by side comparison photo.Thanks for sharing that.
  12. 1/25 AMT '40 Ford Sedan

    Thanks for the retro workbench photo. That could have been taken in the 60's except the photo would have probably been a black and white.
  13. Beard Bib/Parts Catcher

    I have considered using an apron with a set of strainers built in to filter out food crumbs of various sizes and thus making the plastic stuff easier to find :).
  14. CBR 2018 - Packard powered Jag.

    "someone" does that stuff on my workbench also. I should probably set up a secrity camera to see if I can catch the culprit.
  15. 1958 Impala

    You might also try on of the Molotow liquid chrome pens for sone of the smaller chrome trim. Those are available at all Hobby Lobby sores in both the model card paint and marker sections.I you decide to do this be sure log onto their website and print one of their 50 percent discount coupons as these cost north of 10 dollars each.