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ANovaScotian

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    Toronto, Ontario
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    Kyle Hood
  1. Greetings Model Cars Forum! It has come to my attention that I haven't posted a build here for the better part of two years! Not saying that I haven't been busy in that time, but being a military modeller first and foremost, the cars sometimes get forgotten about. Fear not! I have been visiting the forum regularly and in another couple of weeks my fantasy 1962 Bel Air stock car should be finished and hot on the heels of that I have plans for a Cherry Cola Candy 1966 Pro Stock Nova. In the meantime, you'll just have to get by with this 1970 Roadrunner I built two years ago for the 36th Ajax Model Show in Ajax, Ontario, Canada. I even managed to wrangle a 3rd Place win in my category... Factory stock was so full it had to be split into Mopars and Non-Mopars. I present Revell's 1/24 1970 Plymouth Road Runner with a 440 Six Pack Best Regards, ANS
  2. new for 2018

    I'm hoping we'll be seeing some classic John Deere. Of course then there will be the inevitable flame wars over the correct shades of Green and Yellow.
  3. new for 2018

    I'd like to see a '57 Fairlane
  4. 1948 Ford

    NICE!
  5. Moebius '65 Mercury Comet Cyclone news

    Hey all! Wheels & Wings Hobbies in Toronto, Ontario just got their first shipment of Cyclones! Regards, ANS
  6. Where Might I find?

    Personally, I'd grab some aluminum rod and make your own. Those wouldn't be too difficult, simple bends and no complicated overlaps.
  7. Bootlegger '40 Ford

    Thanks for the tips, but I've already got lots of Super Clean for all my paint and chrome stripping needs
  8. Bootlegger '40 Ford

    Parts Pak Caddy might just fit the bill... Just have to get rid of all that chrome.
  9. Bootlegger '40 Ford

    Lets say 1940s through the mid '50s That would be the infamous "Rocket 88" I presume?
  10. Bootlegger '40 Ford

    Open question... If you were a Bootlegger in Tennessee and you had a stock 1940 Ford Coupe to work with, what engine would you replace the standard Flathead with or what would you do to the Flathead to squeeze some more horses out of it? Looking for realistic options, however I will entertain the more exotic ideas as well, as long as I can fit it into the AMT 40 Ford Coupe. Regards ANS
  11. Monogram Deuce

    Nice Looking '32! Where did you source those wheels and tire from?
  12. The Revell '29 Ford Model A? Wheels & Wings has had them in stock since they've come out. There's two on the shelf as we speak.
  13. 1990 Mustang LX

    Never really cared for this generation of Mustang, but that is a nice looking model
  14. Mother's Day Mustang

    They're actually light grey. I found a picture online of one with light coloured wires and I thought they were a nice change from the black I usually use.
  15. Mother's Day Mustang

    I know. My Mom doesn't like to drive after dark anyway, so It's not like she needs backup lights.