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  1. Freezer top cruise in

    Excellent stuff! Please keep posting.
  2. Exoto XS cars

    Beautiful detail. WWWWWaaaayyyy too rich for my wallet.
  3. I see that Maisto has put out a 2017 Ford GT in 1/18 diecast. Has anyone tried to rebuild it into a Ford GT GTLM (aka, Ford GT GTE)? The major differences between the two are listed in THIS article. The nose and tail are a little different, and so is the wing, but not a real problem. The wheels are wrong and masking it for paint and finding all those decals might be tough. ' to this:
  4. Old Chevy knuckle truck

    Neat build.
  5. Ferrari 340/375MM - '54 Carrera Panamericana

    Nice work ... keep them coming.
  6. '67 Triumph TR4A 4-17-18 Mirror update

    Although MGBs were my passion (or poison), I always thought the TR4 was a much better car ... if only for its chassis. The TR6 was a wonderful car for a club racer ... I think Paul Newman started in TR6's. Thank you for the picture.
  7. A Desperate Save

    One of my most favorite Mustangs. These came out around the last time I raced my MGB. I often thought about building a road racer out of one. I have one of these in the same color. Maybe one day it'll get some slicks and a roll cage. Nice work. How you feel better soon. T
  8. Porsche 356 Speedster Carrera

    Very nice Speedster.
  9. Fiat Abarth 695 Esse Esse

    Great build.
  10. I've got a pretty good pile of those plastic display bases that 1/18th scale models come on. The thickness seems to be .070 in. or about 1.80mm and some of the lengths can be 12 inches long. The Maisto bases have an interesting wood grain, others have stripes molded in. This stuff has got to be good for something ... beds for trucks, sides for woodies. Other than display bases, has anybody done anything interesting with them?