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About Flynlo

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    MCM Friend

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24-25, 1/16

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  • Location
    Niles, MI, USA
  • Full Name
    Tim Sherwood

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  1. Fujimi Ferrari Daytona Spider

    Looks great Randy, thanks for sharing!
  2. Jalapeno Express Funny Car

    That is sweet😎 Original concept and flawless execution!
  3. Custom Avanti INVERSO concept

    Great original concept and execution!
  4. That botom dump grain trailer and the refuse body would sell well even today!
  5. 1970 Dodge Challenger Tracktool

    Sweet Build!!!
  6. '66 Country Squire

    Absolutely Gorgeous Paul! I am definately in for the country Sedan when available!
  7. Shirley you jest.

    looks great! I'm serious...and plese don't call me Shirley!
  8. '70 ElCamino Grande

    x 2!
  9. Beginning at 5:17 there is a model of a heavy haul rig featuing one of these steer cars.
  10. Kenworth SAR Double Road Train

    That is an amazing rig!
  11. Paystar 5000 Long logger and pup trailer

    Looks great, thanks for sharing!
  12. CB anennas ?

    i just pick whatever size looks scale-like for the antenna that I want. A set of micro drills and a pin vise work great for drilling out the mounts.
  13. CB anennas ?

    I use music wire for the antenna and make the bases from small pieces of sprue. Chuck the sprue up in a Dremel or drill and turn it to size and shape using a new hobby knife blade. Drilling completely through the base allows the music wire to act as the mounting pin as well for greater strength.