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LOBBS

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About LOBBS

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/11/1979

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    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1:25

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  • Location
    Independence, MO
  • Full Name
    Kyle "LOBBS" Laubscher

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  1. Looking for Revell 55 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop

    Was able to find a kit from a member.
  2. Looking for Revell 55 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop

    Thanks guys. I've checked the Hobby Lobbys and the LHS near the house with no luck but haven't been to Michael's yet.
  3. Was hoping to start a shoebox up while waiting for some 3D printed parts to come in. The kit in question is the new tool Revell kit. I'd prefer the "Car Show" version but I believe there was a Goodguys release as well.
  4. Excellent work on the conversions necessary to bring the body up to Grand Sport/Z06 spec. Also thanks for the heads up on Plamoz. Several things in their inventory that I need for various Vette projects
  5. Foose 2013 Challenger SRT8

    Nothing like a slump buster to get back into the groove of things.
  6. That's a cool color!
  7. First new project in years-Rubicon

    No more CAD pics after this, I promise. I found some additional info and tweaked my original designs. I made the distance between the ears of the shackles wider, completely redrew the shackle anchor to make the base 4" x 3" (this seemed to be more in line with several of the 1:1 bolt-on kits) and while in the course of doing some research on tow hooks for the winch I ran across several articles that pointed out the superiority of using a safety thimble and shackle versus a traditional clevis hook so I went that route instead. I don't have a huge interest in off-roading with the exception of a soft spot for Jeeps so a lot of this was plain old eyeball engineering.
  8. 1967 Trans-Am Mustang - Under Glass

    Ohh, love early Trans Am. Coming along nicely.
  9. First new project in years-Rubicon

    And the shackle's matching anchor.
  10. First new project in years-Rubicon

    Tow shackles drawn up
  11. 66 Pro Mod Nova (3D printing magic)

    This is printed in the white versus the frosted ultra detailed correct?
  12. First new project in years-Rubicon

    Finished up the CAD for the light bar.
  13. Wow. Excellent build
  14. '56 Bel Air

    Excellent work