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Scott Colmer

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  • Birthday 05/12/1962

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  1. Detail Master Racing Harnesses

    It looks like I'm a bit late, but here is a set ready to install. They are tricky to figure out, but by the looks of it you did just fine.
  2. MPC Ed Roth Mailbox Trike - Metalflake Period Showrod

    I agree... this by far the best example of this kit I have ever seen.
  3. Flintstone Flyer Too....x3

    I enjoyed following the progress on these. You did an excellent job with them! There is something so cool about extreme engine set back.
  4. The BIG hole

    I think I see a bunch of lost model parts and a sock floating around in there.
  5. International Model Car Builder's Museum?

    Thanks for posting that link, Tim. I've been to the museum once. It was good to see it all again.
  6. Willys Jeep Twin-Turbo Dragster

    Wonderful work. I'm liking that the shovel is still on it.
  7. Read It and Weep...

    I've got a box of Hot Rod from the 70's. You would be amazed at what is for sale in the back and how cheap it is.
  8. Lottery Winner- What Model Car of Yours Would You Build 1:1 ?

    My wife and I talked bout this. We agree. It would be this one...
  9. Junior Fueler--More Of These @!$#*&g Injectors?! 02/01/19

    Hey Daniel, I'm enjoying following this project. You are doing pretty good with the engine turned surface. I've tried this before. I did not have a drill press, so I made an arm to locate some styrene rod with sanding cloth glued to the end. It sounds like you are counting the turns. That worked for me too. Remember to overlap the circles. I used a grid to keep things lined up. H Keep going, you are doing a great job. Scott
  10. Deals Wheels concept

  11. What makes a pro modeler a pro ?

    Back in the 90s in Sacramento a friend of mine, Dave Reese built drag race models for money. He work was clean and he did it quickly. He got paid pretty good money and had a client list. He was a professional. I could never afford one of his scale models, until he sold me a couple toon model he did. Hosted on Fotki
  12. MPC Vending machine

    I think you did a great job! How did you get the brass parts done?
  13. Monogram Orange Hauler.

    Wow. You did a great job, Pat. Super clean!
  14. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    I finally got enough pieces to complete the partial kit I picked up years ago. Now I can put this one together.
  15. Monogram IMSA Zakspeed Roush Mustang

    One of my favorite kits that I never built. You did a great job with it. Very clean build!