I never gave this subject much thought,until now.You guys are right,all the extra plastic trees can and should be re-cycled.I have to admit,I do save some,(ones with small parts still left on them),but the empty ones I generally throw out..Now I'am going to think twice before just tossing the stuff in my garbage. Thanks guys,for the insight and ideas.
I agree Roadrunner,there is nothing any of us can do to prevent these random shootings.Where ever there is a crowd of people,this can happen.They can take a million guns off the street,and there still a million more.If a person wants to kill,they will kill.Its really frustrating,but pointless trying to figure out why they occur.Its really sad,but that is reality.May all those killed in this senseless slaughter,Rest In Peace.I know one thing for sure,America's "play ground",Las Vegas,will never be the same.
Hey Underdog,just wondering if u have been doing any more work on your Nova.Like I said,I purchased the 1/24th scale version,and trust me,I know how much sanding and filling is needed on the body..So far,your car looks great.Looking forward to seeing it all done. Thanks
Yea I would have to agree,some of the playmates cars were a bit odd.I wonder who decides which car they get,the play mate,or Mr.Hefner.By the way,I believe the Córdoba was a 75-76 Charger.Ha,pretty much the same car though.
Snake,those are some nice rides.Very cool list.I mean what can you say about a pink 71 Pantera,and an all pink Shelby Mustang.I'm curious where some of these cars are now.I mean after all,they can be considered celebrity's cars.And I wonder if any of the playmates still actually own their cars.Hmmmm.
I have my share of automotive books.But my real collection,if you want to call it a collection,are my magazines.Hot Rod,Car Craft,Muscle car Review,Hemmings Muscle car,etc..Just about all Offroad magazines too..And a new magazine I came across at Barnes and Noble,is RPM Magazine..If you are into street drag racing,and pro street cars,this is the magazine for you.Cover to cover of colored pictures of some of the wildest sub 10-7 second drag cars.