landman

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About landman

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  • Birthday 08/10/1951

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  • Scale I Build 1/24, 1/25

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  • Location Ontario
  • Full Name Pat St-Martin

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  1. landman added a post in a topic Ford engine ID   

    Thanks Steve.
  2. landman added a post in a topic Ford engine ID   

    There. There was no carb and only half of one of the headers, so I drilled out ports and boltholes and left it like that. I may redo the back of the bell housing. What is the thing on the lower right front? Fuel pump?



  3. landman added a post in a topic Ford engine ID   

    I found some blue blocks online during my research. Might be a Rousch thing though. I'll do this one as you guys suggest steel & aluminum.
  4. landman added a post in a topic Ford engine ID   

    While we're at it, are Ford Nascar engines blue or all aluminum?
  5. landman added a post in a topic Ford engine ID   

    Well, I'm going to assemble whatever I have and put it in the engine shop dio.
  6. landman added a post in a topic Ford engine ID   

    OK thanks guys. 
  7. landman added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Ford engine ID
    I have this somewhat incomplete engine in my stash. It was listed as "Ford 351 Race". The valve covers have what appears to be Motorcraft over the Ford oval. The numbers on the chrome sprue are 029-4222, they won't come up on Google.Can someone help me ID it? Much appreciated.

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  8. landman added a post in a topic 1966 Chrysler 300   

    What a beauty. And you seem to have a "built-in" photo platform. Is that the edge of the front porch rail?
  9. landman added a post in a topic Phantom 309   

    It looked like this:

     
  10. landman added a post in a topic 427 SOHC valve covers   

    There.

  11. landman added a post in a topic Enamel Clear atop Lacquer Base ?   

    Enamel over lacquer is OK. The opposite would wrinkle the enamel.
  12. landman added a post in a topic 1981 MAN 26.321 with crane and flatbed trailer   

    Very nice! And thank you for the background info. I had always wondered how they came up with that name for a truck.
  13. landman added a post in a topic B.R.B.O. 1955 H-63 Mack   

    I think I must book my next vacation to North Carolina and register at the Smith Institute of Truck Chassis Detailing.
  14. landman added a post in a topic Scratch built Dyno Tester   

    They have some neat small chains at Walmart in the jewelry dept. Mine was $12 on a small pendant.
  15. landman added a post in a topic B.R.B.O. 1955 H-63 Mack   

    It does.I used a match and melted mine.So I guess I have to take it easier.