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      Board Status   07/20/2018

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About SfanGoch

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    MCM Ohana

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    De Garden Spot of De Woild, Greenpernt, Brooklyn, NY
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    Joe Zrodlowski

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  1. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    Received these in the mail yesterday afternoon: Jo-Han CS-5056 Rambler Classic Taxi Revell H-1261:198 Metalflake Custometal Show Car Series 1962 Plymouth Fury Revell H-1261:198 Metalflake Custometal Show Car Series 1962 Plymouth Fury R&R Resin 1963 Plymouth Fury Wagon Thanks Chris!
  2. The "LOT"

    See this? This is the most sophisticated and widespread surveillance and security system known to man. They are known as MOMS. MOMS would sit in the windows and watch EVERYTHING that went on on the neighborhood. You thought you got away with breaking a window six blocks away while playing stickball with your friends. Boy, were you ever wrong. Your MOM already knew about it before you stepped foot through the door. MOMS were the sheriffs who maintained order and peace on the block. Every MOM was your MOM by mutual agreement that all MOMS were party to. So, if you got out of line, any MOM could box your ears and you'd get more of the same when you finally made it home just because you got the business from some other MOM.
  3. Rest In Peace Aretha Franklin

    Another link to our youth is gone........
  4. The "LOT"

    Unlike the good old days, you can't violate their civil rights. You'll get arrested, get a trip to the Graybar Hotel and the skell sues you as icing on the cake.
  5. Revell "Eldorado" model

    Fireball Modelworks would be a logical AM producer for this.
  6. Revell "Eldorado" model

    Them exploding fuel tanks are difficult to replicate in small scale.
  7. Revell

    I see a Baldwin-Motion Phase III '68 Chevelle SS427 project on my workbench.......
  8. Revell

    Here, Page 3, fourteenth post down:
  9. Revell "Eldorado" model

    There was none in my comment. I was stating my personal preference. Personal preferences, and opinions are always correct and aren't stated as talking points for a debate on the merits of what these kits are. If I, or anyone else for that matter, cares to opine one way or another about a particular kit, no big deal in the larger scheme of things. These comments won't sway anyone else's decision whether or not to buy a kit.
  10. Revell "Eldorado" model

    Yeah, I know what you meano, Deano.
  11. Revell "Eldorado" model

    I build bone stock; so, these designer kustom kar kits don't do anything for me. I would love to see a straight stock '53 Eldorado in plastic and perhaps a new-tooled '57 Eldorado Brougham.
  12. News of Revell molding preparing in US

    It'd be nice to see more engine compartment and data plate decals. Also, designing the kits to be more accurate in terms of replicating the construction of the actual vehicles would be a plus. I don't care about large parts counts. I'm used to that building armor. Say what you want about Trumpeter's '60 Bonnrvilles; but, their chassis are spot on replicas of the real thing.
  13. News of Revell molding preparing in US

    It gets long in the tooth fast. I'm not going to beg someone to let us be privy to these closely held state secrets. If you're going to play that game, don't bother with the vague comments in the first place.
  14. Round 2 Website

    Well, at least you'll be EMP-proof wearing that dicer.
  15. Round 2 Website

    Leave that to the the guy hanging out near the betting window at the track.