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Junkman

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About Junkman

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 11/01/1964

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    England
  • Full Name
    Christian Pamp

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  1. Taxi!, Toyota NTP10 JPN

    The only thing you could consider rude in Britain are the cabbies.
  2. R2 April 2019

    I've seen some piss take in the forty years I'm in this hobby, but this takes the cake. "Cool" Nope.
  3. 2019 Round2 Car Kit Releases

    In Germany we had Bonanzas.
  4. 1959 Imperial LeBaron

    Excellent, thanks!
  5. Does anyone still make this?
  6. What makes a pro modeler a pro ?

    Don't forget Bob Steinbrunn.
  7. Yes, the 425 in my 1966 Delta 88 convertible was indeed red.
  8. What makes a pro modeler a pro ?

    What ever happened to Rocco Richardson?
  9. What makes a pro modeler a pro ?

    A pro built model is a pro built model if it's built by Steven Guthmiller. Or Paul Hettick. Or Juha Airio. Because compared with those gods, I'm just an ordinary clown.
  10. Model King '59 Imperial.

    PHWOAR!
  11. Model King '59 Imperial.

    The chassis and gearbox could work, although the Imperials had their own chassis, not a stretched version of Chrysler's. However, '59 Imperials didn't have Hemis.
  12. Model King '59 Imperial.

    Sorry to be such an anorak, but contrary to popular folklore, Kelsey Hayes was never a supplier to Chrysler Corporation. The wire wheels used from the late 40s to 1966 on various Mopars were made by a company called Motor Wheel. The 'lesser' divisions shared the wheels used, but the ones for the Imperials were always bespoke (pun intended).
  13. Spielwarenmesse Nürnberg 2019

    Errr, that's the stand of a German model shop.
  14. Spielwarenmesse Nürnberg 2019

    I just hope they aren't surprised. Since the takeover it's increasingly difficult to buy their wares and to boost sales they don't show up at trade fairs?