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  • Birthday 06/11/1959

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    David L.Snoeyenbos

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  1. That's a krazy kool combo there!! I love it!!! ~David S.
  2. Hey Joe, What kit is that? Is it the new release? David S.
  3. What else are you looking for then? Any thoughts?
  4. How about a first issue Revell `29 Ford roadster kits for it in trade?
  5. Do you still have the Groovy Grader? David S.
  6. That's a really nice build of that kit!! I built one years ago myself, and I enjoyed building this kit a lot!!
  7. I have been fortunate enough to be able to scoop up some goodies lately. My spidey senses have been sending me around to Facebook sites that have all the weird kits that I have been wanting for a while here!
  8. Here is a couple I got in the mail on Friday! Great deal too, I think!?! 15.00 for Caudron, and 10.00 for water truck!
  9. Yeah, I have to agree with Roger on this! This way you can add a little tab to attach it to the rocker cover, etc.!!
  10. You can buy the empty markers also! I have a few I got on clearance at Hobby Lobby a year back, or so!!
  11. Hey Les!! How are you? That's a 1/32nd scale diecast model that were sold in bulk package displays a few years back. David S.
  12. Thanks Jim!! I do indeed love my showrods! I added a couple since photo was taken, and looking from there yet!? ?
  13. I thought it would be fun to jump in here!? Sooooo . . . . here we go-
  14. Well now, . . . . . here is a good bit of fun!! I will tag along and see where this goes! David S.
  15. I love the idea about popsicle sticks for sure!! I will try this very soon. Often I need a grit that I don't have, or can't find in a sanding stick!!! For metal files I like using a old stiff bristle toothbrush. And I would never guts making my wife mad with the 'ol laundry trick there!! LOL!!! David S.
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