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Earl Marischal

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About Earl Marischal

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  • Birthday 07/19/1951

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    1/32, 1/25

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    North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • Full Name
    Steve Grantham

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  1. Most beautiful planes of all time...

    Spot on Snake, De Havilland DH88 Comet steve
  2. Most beautiful planes of all time...

    I would also go with the Connie but for sheer looks it would have to be this: steve
  3. Automotive Album Art

    steve
  4. What Irked You Today?

    Slime, the children's 'toy'. Whoever invented the muck should have their head permanently stuck in a bucket of it. steve
  5. What Did You Get Today? (Not Model Related)

    No, but it does share a lot wither there Seat Ateca. steve
  6. What Did You Get Today? (Not Model Related)

    SUVs can look a bit alike... steve
  7. Never heard of this before, but WOW!!!!!

    Vauxhall UK, then part of GM, ran a similar competition in 1960s and possibly later. From what I remember, contestants were given a standard set of 4 wheels to use as part of the concept, presumably to ensure some sort of scale in which to work. Anyone else remember this? steve
  8. What Did You Get Today? (Not Model Related)

    Picked this up from the dealer this morning. Skoda Karoq 1.5 litre petrol 150bhp to replace our Yeti. Loved the Yeti but need more space for 2 child seats for granddaughters. Only FWD this time as didn't find we needed AWD, plus it was only available with the 2 litre diesel and we didn't want a diesel again, give the efficiency of modern petrol cars. steve
  9. Donington Historic Festival

    Thanks for posting Matt! steve
  10. What did you see on the road today?

    That was one thing I forgot to ask. My guess would be a UK Ford E93a Popular 1949-1953 model https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Prefect steve
  11. What did you see on the road today?

    This was spotted in Immingham UK earlier today. The old chap who built it (with his twin brother) came out as I was photting it. 2 litre Ford 4 pot, 5 speed manual and a Weber carb. He said it was quite nippy! steve
  12. Hope your model shows have good security

    Thanks for your support. Similar thoughts of retribution have been aired in railway modelling forums over here.What will actually happen is anyone's guess. Thanks again. steve
  13. This happened to a model railway exhibition in the UK overnight: https://www.stamfordmercury.co.uk/news/four-arrested-at-welland-academy-after-vandalism-of-model-railway-exhibition-9070661/ One of the layouts totally destroyed, along with the stock, was a large, bi-level, O Gauge (7mm scale UK) that had taken 20 years to build. Words are insufficient. steve
  14. Real or photoshop?

    Real steve
  15. Techno Bubble 41 Willys Bonneville car

    That is very impressive and innovative modelling. steve