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Jon Cole

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About Jon Cole

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 08/03/1956

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 & 1/25

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  • Location
    NH, USA
  • Full Name
    Jon... although my parents used to call me "KNOCK IT OFF!"

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  1. Xacto #11 blade, non sharp edge is the best way to go. But, there is also numerous saw blades out there. Back in the days of my youth, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, we would use a hot knife. They are still available (maybe?) and have a #11 blade attached to a plug in hot knife.
  2. Someone shared this post on a club Facebook page. I don't know any more about it. Hopefully, they are preparing to use molding machines here in the US for kits.

    I don't believe Round2 has ever sold figures separately. The whole point for the figures is to sell the kit. But then again, never say never, right?
  4. Dino 246GT

    Anders, that is one fine Dino you built!
  5. Chevrolet Corvair The Beginning and end

    Actually, the 1960 thru 1963 model Corvair had the same rear suspension. The following year (1964) was the last of the first series car, and by then, Chevrolet did add a transverse leaf to the rear in an attempt to control wheel camber. In 1965, the second generation Corvair was introduced, and had an all new full independent rear suspension. Ralph Nader did harm sales of the Corvair, although it has been said that Ford's Mustang also contributed to the cars falling sales. I have owned a '65 Monza 4-door (shown below), a '63 Spyder Turbo, as well as some parts cars. Wish I still had one.
  6. What do you do with your built kits?

    I have a curio cabinet in my hobby room. The light inside is tripped by a motion sensor that stays lit for about ten minutes. These cabinets were designed to hold china. I bought more glass shelves and brackets to double the shelving.
  7. VW Beetle Aftermarket Performance Parts?

    Try: SCALE PRODUCTION http://www.scaleproduction.de/
  8. Weird cars Post em here.

    This thing used to be in Hillsboro, NH. Maybe still is? Don't know. Part tractor, part airplane fuselage.
  9. Weird cars Post em here.

    And why do toasters keep popping up? Free pun, there.
  10. Twenty five bucks to cut a cake.😡

    Consider writing a review on Yelp.
  11. Sad News

    Del rocked. When I was down, he did his best to help me out. He will be so missed.
  12. Weird cars Post em here.

    The art deco period brought about some unusual stuff.
  13. 82 Cadillac Seville

    One unique Cad you have there! Seville by Bill Hines. Never thought I would see a custom of these.
  14. Lone Wolf Custom's Foose Caddy

    Awesome build!
  15. Meng H1 hummer

    What Joe said. There is a build in progress by Jared Roach.