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Greg Myers

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  • Birthday 08/18/1947

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  1. Get out much ? Just attended the big annual Arizona IPMS show. Automotive section bigger than ever and a everyone of the entries were museum quality
  2. They were an early attempt at splitting the wishbone using and modifing, the stock pieces.
  3. Some very nice builds there. Don't give up. Stay the course. Do your therapy. Time will tell. Keep following here on line. Pull out a kit and have a look what's inside. Get some ideas going. More to this hobby than just filling and gluing. Good luck
  4. dropped axle and no trim rings with big and littles, it's not going to be box art, so what difference does the color make ?
  5. Battleship gray, navy gray, all of a sudden every manufacturer has a color resembling the plain utilitarian gray the navy used.
  6. It's all about scale. I don't believe you can achieve the necessary function in a scale that small. I have used some fine linen paper folded and glued it to the appropriate pieces. it can be painted and works rather well. I'd post a picture except I've traded the car (Monogram "30 Model A Phaeton) to a friend'
  7. Something to consider is carburetors come in many colors depending on their manufacture
  8. orange pill bottles work great. the plastic is very similar to what's in the kit
  9. It would be nice to see Round2 put all of the parts back into their next release. I remember spoked wheels as well as Halibrand Kidneybeans. there were also a few different steering wheel options as time went on.
  10. All this kit bashing, swaping out detailed chassis, what do you do with the left overs ?
  11. Don't remember the first one. Got plenty for speeding in high school class of 65, driving my '56 Belair. Best story was a time cruising Speedway blvd. (yes, a main street in Tucson Arizona) there were a bunch of us in different cars Me, in my '56 a friend in his '58 and the XKE we were after. eventually a cop got us all pulled over and lined up taking our licences to run them. When a bunch of squawking on his radio he comes running back, hands us our licences back. " Your lucky. I've got to go to a robbery in progress."
  12. I would think a Chevy rams horn manifold that looks close and with a little putty work, you might get what you need
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