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    The Motor City NNL 17 and toy show happens November 13th, 2022, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Macomb County Community College Sports and Expo Center, 12 Mile and Hayes Roads in Warren, Michigan. The main theme is Street Rods-Celebrating the 90th anniversary of the '32 Ford. The sub theme is 75 years of Jo-Han, and our cult theme is 75 years of Ferrari. Entrance fee to the show is $5, no extra charge to enter your models in the NNL. Over 300 tables of vendors, one of the biggest shows in the Midwest!
  2. Today I picked up the Dan Gurney '63 Lotus Indy car and a Fujimi Lamborghini Murcielago.
  3. Love to use that TS-14 for black cars. Almost as hard to screw up as is primer.
  4. Yes, the red car. Who made the yellow version? Gunze?
  5. One of the Moebius ' 65 Plymouth kits has the interior color suggestions from the Hudson kits.
  6. Three spelling errors- "Mallory", "Weiand", "Hilborn"
  7. Last Thursday I was tipped to some Porsche kits at a church rummage sale. I picked up UT 911GT1 Evo, a Tamiya 1/20 scale 935( the green Kremer Vaillant car), a 1/24 scale Tamiya 935/77 Martini livery kit and one I never knew existed- A 1/20th scale Union 930 Turbo with opening doors and an engine.
  8. I picked up one of these at a church rummage sale the other day. I don't think Union ever did their own models, they just used other companies molds in their own boxes. But I don't recall ever seeing this specific large Porsche by anyone else. Anyone know who originally made this kit?
  9. I bought some thinners, 2 bottles of paint, a Fujimi VW Golf VR32, and the Moebius ramp truck.
  10. I believe that upon post race inspection the frame was discovered to be cracked so the car never raced again.
  11. I believe that Testor fine grain lacquer primer is still available ( though it's been a while since I've checked), It was surprisingly good. Not quite as fine as Tamiya but still sands out smooth.
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