mikemodeler

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  • Birthday 12/28/1963

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  1. mikemodeler added a post in a topic MENG F350 DUALLYS   

    There goes more of my lunch money! Those look nice Danny!
     
  2. mikemodeler added a post in a topic CKM NNL Pics   

    Sure wish I could have made the show, looks like a lot of great models.
  3. mikemodeler added a post in a topic 1966 chevelle ss   

    Very nice, simple, clean and well detailed!
  4. mikemodeler added a post in a topic ’63 Corvette Privateer   

    Had to look at this for a few minutes before I realized it was the Revell snap fast kit.
    Very well done, as always!
  5. mikemodeler added a post in a topic 1966 Olds 442   

    Looks pretty good to me, especially since it has been awhile for you! Keep at it and you will turn out better looking models as you gain confidence and experience.
  6. mikemodeler added a post in a topic No worries i still build models   

    Well said Harry.
  7. mikemodeler added a post in a topic Moebius 67-72 Ford Pick-up news   

    Aaron, the AMT '78 Ford kit has a F-150 4wd set up in it so it is accurate for the Moebius kit as long as you are depicting a 1/2 ton 4wd F150 truck. The F250 and F350 trucks had leaf spring set ups while the F150 had coil springs and radius arms, like the Bronco.
  8. mikemodeler added a post in a topic 1971 Ford F-100 Flareside 4x4   

    That looks great! I wonder how many of us will build a 4x4 version ahead of the actual kit being released by Moebius ?
     
    I need to get started on my '69 F 100 shortbed 4x4.
  9. mikemodeler added a post in a topic 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396   

    That is an excellent rendition of that kit. Beautiful paint, great details and perfect finish to the model. 
  10. mikemodeler added a post in a topic 70's or 80's Monogram Kits   

    Check your mailbox, I sent you a PM several hours ago.
  11. mikemodeler added a post in a topic SEALED MPC/AMT/REVELL KITS FOR TRADE   

    PM sent
     
  12. mikemodeler added a post in a topic AMT/Ertl Louisville Snow Plow - How much should I expect to pay?   

    Check with some of the guys who sell collections- Jim in Ohio, Fred Sterns, Dean's Hobby Shop- they might have one or might have one coming in soon.
    If you have any shows coming up in your area, you might find one there.
  13. mikemodeler added a post in a topic Looking for a 1/24 light strip   

    That is a 1/10th scale light bar that would probably look cartoonish on the Meng F350. I don't have mine in front of me, but if I had to guess it would be rather large compared to the rest of the model.
    Your best bet would be to scratchbuild one, shouldn't be that hard/
  14. mikemodeler added a post in a topic modelhaus order   

    And one last thing about the Modelhaus........They don't bill your credit card until the order ships! 
     
    Given the fact that they were shut down for nearly a month with the loss of their son, waiting 10 weeks or so is probably about right given the lead times.
  15. mikemodeler added a post in a topic modelhaus order   

    A couple of things about The Modelhaus:
    1. As mentioned, they will be retiring and since the announcement, they have been swamped with orders.
    2. Earlier this year they lost their youngest son suddenly and closed for a couple of weeks while they dealt with the unexpected tragedy.
    3. They have some stuff in stock, but many times cast parts as they receive orders, so no matter how small or big your order is, it might not be ready for awhile.
    4. They have a system where orders are shipped in the order they were received, so even if your parts are in stock, they clear the oldest orders first before getting the new orders out.
    5. Don and Carol have a great business and their quality and service is something all companies should imitate.
    I have been compiling a list of parts and kits I want from them and will be placing my order soon, knowing that it will take awhile to get. Have patience, you will love the product.