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    Gary McNutt

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  1. MGAs were made by Strombecker and by Southeastern Finecast. This is my Le Mans MGA built from a Strombecker kit with Herb Deeks wire wheels and tires. It is very simple and was meant to be motorized. It is a bit big like most of the Strombeckers back then, more like 1/23rd. The Finecast kit is a multi-media kit with a metal body. Finecast also does the coupe version.
  2. Thanks everyone for your comments. It was kind of a labor of love. Just discovered a 356A speedster I missed that is listed on eBay. Looks pretty nice. Asahi Collection 1:24 Porsche356A SPEEDSTER
  3. Looking real good. So is the Cooper.
  4. The Aurora Ferrari GTO box art is one of my favorites.
  5. Impressive collection John. Thank you for sharing.
  6. Tim, thanks, you had a hand in making it happen. The Super 90 is my favorite one too.
  7. Good looking Outlaw indeed.
  8. Justin, finally was able to get a box of MKII parts in the mail to you along with a flash drive with MkII photographs. I am afraid the post office could not give me a arrival date.
  9. Sure thing Rex, the first four are period and the second four are restored.
  10. This is one of my favorite GT40s, P1049, because it was the first of the Gulf cars before they switched to the orange and light blue. It was also the first drive of Jackie Ickx for the Grady Davis Gulf team.
  11. The Snake Fu really sharpens up the look of your cabriolet. Thanks for posting it.
  12. Wishing you the best on the very challenging roadster project.
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