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chuckyr

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About chuckyr

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 07/28/1960

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    Stone Mountain, Georgia
  • Full Name
    C. M.

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  1. Round2 for 2018

    LOL!
  2. BMF vs Aluminum tape

    Depends on what you are using it for.
  3. Bolt heads

    Ahhhhhh!
  4. Bolt heads

    Scale hardware is defundt. R B Motion sells. their stuff now. http://www.rbmotion.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=71
  5. Small nuts and bolts ?

    I have been using Tichy Train Group bolt heads. https://www.tichytraingroup.com/Shop.aspx?SearchValue=bolt+heads
  6. Bolt heads

    Forget Joshua, me!
  7. Small nuts and bolts ?

    Meng http://www.meng-model.com/index2ss.php?id=205
  8. Bolt heads

    Meng Model bolt heads. http://www.meng-model.com/index2_new.php?id=214
  9. Random Things Going On

    Nice old stuff. What about the new stuff. The new year means new kits!
  10. Moebius did tell me that they were working on super single tires and wheels. May be they will be on a new flat bed.
  11. The Lonestar attracted pick up and car builders to the big rig genre. It looked like an old IH pick up and it looked like a 1930s vehicle. Car builders seem to be stuck on pre-1970 vehicle design. Basically, if it doesn't fit in to their race car motif, as a backdrop or has a pseudo, hot rod facsimile, they really aren't interested in big trucks. And also, at least one model car builder stated on the forum that the amount of parts was too complicated. Yes, commercial vehicles are expensive and complicated compared to cars and pick ups And yes they are more expensive and time consuming to bring to market, but no more complicated than military subjects.