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Misha

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About Misha

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    MCM Avid Poster
  • Birthday 01/08/1953

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    mishakoslovsky@me.com

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    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/25

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  • Location
    Cowichan Valley, BC, Canada
  • Full Name
    Misha Koslovsky

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  1. AMT '32 Coupe - a basic street rod

    Beautiful job Manuel! Looks perfect for an early show rod, somewhat beyond basic with the great paint job, the padded roof insert, tucks and rolls in the wheel well.... so much to enjoy! Congrats on a great rod! Misha
  2. RRR Year in Review...

    Rockin' Rodney, I've enjoyed all your builds, comments and involvement with the forum. You have been an inspiration to many and a fountain of gearhead knowledge. Thanks for all of that, it is much appreciated! Cheers, best wishes and looking forward to 2018. Misha
  3. Posting photos to the forum

    Thanks, I'll give that a try. Cheers Misha
  4. Posting photos to the forum

    Hi having trouble for the first time posting a photo from my iPad library. I believe that this is the first time I have attempted to do this since the upgrde to the Forum. In the past I've clicked on the paperclip "Click to choose files" and a window appears with the images and I choose which one I want to use. It still does that, yet as it finishes uploading another window appears saying a problem has occured, unable to load. Am I missing something? It's frustrating as it has worked seamlessly before and I don't use any of the services such as Fokti etc. Misha
  5. Ferrari LaFerrari

    That's a real winner John! The blue is perfect fit, and so much greater impact than the red. Plus your photos make it hard to believe it's a scale model, it appears to be parked in front of your place. Bravo & Congrats! Misha
  6. AMT 1962 Pontiac Catalina

    Congrats on a stunning paint job! Really fits the Poncho. Cheers Misha
  7. Memorial build #1, Chaparral 2D Daytona

    Your added details have really made the basic kit come alive. The skills displayed by your build indicate that you are beyond a "newbie", your friend would have been very pleased by the workmanship! Congrats and cheers, Misha
  8. Long time no see guys!

    Welcome to Canada! Wishing you great success in your studies at Brock (anytime for building?) See if there are any model clubs in the area, the local hobby shop may be able to help. Cheers Misha
  9. I just had a note in my mailbox from a newly joined member, so curious if others might have gotten the greeting. Here's a screen shot from moments ago....
  10. Cannonball 2018 Theme Poll

    Ditto here. Have been considering a number of possible choices... AMC, Poncho OHC, MG, Hot Rod Ford model T! Need to decide by January....
  11. Flamed 49 Mercury

    Wow! Thanks for reposting the pics, as I was unable to view them at first as well. Now I see what the excitement is all about, that paint treatment is just a stunner Doc James! Congrats on a first class rendition of the classic Merc. Cheers Misha
  12. Mustang GT - Stellar Blue

    Amazing job Jim turning a basic snap kit into a gem! Your headlights are bang on, would you describe how you achieved the look. The other changes in the grill, hood, spoiler all contribute to an overall look that raises the bar for this kit. Congrats! Cheers Misha
  13. Cannonball 2018 Theme Poll

    Curious if a decision has been arrived at yet? My choice is for the inline theme, as noted before, although I have something in mind for either choice. Cheers Misha
  14. Corvette SR-2 - INTERIOR - DEC 21

    Hi Phil, This has always been a favorite of mine from the straight axle days, great that you're back at it after all these years. The modifications to the Mini-Exotic kit that you're making is most interesting and combined with the attention to detail and construction will make this a great WIP thread! I'll be following closely as I'm sure many will. Cheers Misha
  15. Battery detailing?

    Hi Richard, It's quite reasonable at $7.50 for a dozen, good for six batteries. Though up north in Canada we add exchange and if Customs takes a look there are further costs... so it's closer to eleven bucks for Canucks. Cheers Misha