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vintagercr

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About vintagercr

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  • Birthday 09/23/1955

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  • Location Belleville, ON
  • Full Name Steve Martin

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  1. vintagercr added a post in a topic MPC Ford Mustang Funny Car   

    It looks great!
     
  2. vintagercr added a post in a topic 1/16 Ed Pink "OLD MASTER" Dragster   

    Great looking work so far!
  3. vintagercr added a post in a topic Built it bigger   

    Sweet!
  4. vintagercr added a post in a topic regency era street rod   

    I have to agree  
  5. vintagercr added a post in a topic 34 Ford Chopped Coupe   

    Sweet!
  6. vintagercr added a post in a topic Another Ford Fairlane 57, AMT, coral blue   

    Very nice!
  7. vintagercr added a post in a topic 1948 Chevy custom   

    Cool!
  8. vintagercr added a post in a topic 33 FORDS   

    Very nice!
  9. vintagercr added a post in a topic Tamiya Mercedes 300SL "Gullwing"   

    Beautiful looking build!
  10. vintagercr added a post in a topic What did you get today?   

    I have that exact same Uncertain T.  I got it a few years ago.  Nice casting!
  11. vintagercr added a post in a topic 1938 Ford Tudor Sedan from Lindberg Custom Van   

    Cool!
  12. vintagercr added a post in a topic Late 40's Traditional '29 Ford Roadster on '32 Rails   

    Beautiful looking build!
  13. vintagercr added a post in a topic Fifty Camaro   

    Nice clean build!
  14. vintagercr added a post in a topic Converted Bookshelf   

    Nice looking shelving unit 
  15. vintagercr added a post in a topic How to Decant Spray Cans   

    While I have not tried it yet one our club members uses a saddle valve from the plumbing section.  He holds in place with two clamps and turns the valve to start to release the pressure.  Once done he can remove the top with a can opener.