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    Anthony James O'Brien

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  1. Have you checked your refrigerator? Not too many know this but theirs a spot directly connecting most areas of your floor to the wnd shelf of your refrigerator. Most household electronic remotes are reserved for the 1st shelf, and the 3rd is reserved for socks. Don't even get me started on the link between the crack in your car where the seat meets the center console and the silverware tub in your dishwasher
  2. All this from a local I found on the facebook marketplace for 10 bucks. The 442 is only missing decals. Its started but wont take much at all to strip down to bare plastic. The cobra "was" sealed with a price tag from riders which was a treat in itself. To my knowledge all the riders in michigan are r.i.p.
  3. Is hitchhiking allowed? I'll help pay for gas.....
  4. This car is so cool. But the only thing I can think when I see it is that poor drivers neck
  5. Thank you for the support guys! I really didn't see it coming but this truck hit me in the feels more than I expected and now I want another one... Or 2.....or 16. I don't recall ever having this much fun with a build. Maybe its the sentimental meaning. But something inside me fell in love with this kit and there will be more of them built in the future
  6. Is it just me or does the black sharpie look a little on the blue side?
  7. Is there 3 holes on the cowl? I have both the revell of germamy and the regular revell kits and they've only got 2 on the cowl Allow me to introduce you to a fun way to drain your bank account http://www.clearlyscale.com/category
  8. This is seriously your 1st model kit? It looks incredible man. Can't wait to see more!
  9. Wow! These are some seriously cool kits! I just learned so much about what was one time easily available
  10. Now onto the inner wheel wells. I cut off and sanded all the clutter smooth then filled in the backside of the frames molding then shot a light coat of primer to see where I'm at. Not too bad so far but I still have some body work to doI also got impatient and started painting somsome things. Less than a handful of parts will be this orange. The truck itself will be light blue to go with the gulf paint scheme. The color seems off because im shooting from a phone.
  11. Although I doubt it will ever be seen I cleaned up the inside of the wheel well on the drivers front. I started by gluing in some scrap styrene so when I cut the stuff off the inner well it would have some material inside the holes it would leave behind. Some before and after shots
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