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    Westminster, MD
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    Jason Sipes

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  1. Is this what you're looking for? http://stores.smhracing.com/26-wonder-bread-2006-ricky-bobby/
  2. Just got mine in Westminster, MD. quick thumb thru and it looks great.
  3. Look through this website for ideas. http://www.422motorsports.com/
  4. Might have to get one of these. I remember the Roadrunner Pro Street but not the GTX Pro Street kit.
  5. WOW! They both look gorgeous. Very well built models.
  6. So, I've been sitting here thinking about all the decals I have in my decal box and decided to get some cleared out. I grabbed the wonderful Powerslide 1987 Wrangler Monte Carlo set and a Revell Monte kit. Never a fan of Earnhardt when he was alive but, the racing hasn't been the same since, in my opinion. Went looking for color information and found that most people were using Rustoleum paints for this car. Never used Rustoleum on a model, was afraid on how it would react to the plastic. Decided to try it. Went to Home Depot and purchased Sun Yellow and Brilliant Blue. Prepped the roll cage and body and sprayed them both. Didn't turn out to bad. Had alittle etching and some sand scratches after first pass with the yellow. Scuffed and reshot the yellow, made a copy of the decals to cut for paint guide, taped up for the blue. Still have a few spots that need attention but overall happy with the results.
  7. Yeah, I have a bunch of different decals for this car. Can't wait to see what else / who else might become available.
  8. Thanks guys. Looks like it's a recreation but it still cool to see it.
  9. After seeing the topic of the Golden Sahara Restored, it made think about the Kopper Kart. I went to the Goodguys 1st Grundy American Nationals Show at the York Fairgrounds in York, PA and was walking around and came upon it. I was surprised to see it sitting outside. I didn't talk to anyone about it. Had people walking around it all day. Not sure it is was the real deal or not but still kinda cool to see.
  10. Making some progress. Chassis about completed.
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