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Rob Hall

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    Seven Hills, OH
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    Robert Hall

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  1. What did you see on the road today?

    Triumph Dolomite. They were made '72-80, though I'm used to seeing photos of them with 4 round headlights. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triumph_Dolomite
  2. California Ain't What It Used To Be

    I've had job offers in the past in California (tech companies in San Jose and Santa Clara, also San Diego).. I love the West Coast, but have long found the high cost of real estate to be a turn off. I probably should have moved to Silicon Valley in my 20s in the mid 90s, though. I really enjoyed going to beaches in the San Diego and Orange County area and the Long Beach Grand Prix (along w/ racing and car events at Laguna Seca and Sonoma up north) when I lived in AZ and CO... though I enjoy being in Ohio now, sooner or later I'll probably be back somewhere in the West, the West still has the best job markets for my thing...
  3. Kids today...

    The only constant is change. Some may be for the good, some not. Time keeps moving forward, can't turn back the clock, whether people keep up or not...
  4. Myd Lyfe Crysis ?

    I'm a little over a year from turning 50...overall, I'm happy. I like my house (though the garage could be larger), I like my career (especially working from home full time the last couple of years), like my Jeep, like my dogs. After 20 years in the West, I'm enjoying living in NE Ohio again, even with the winters (which aren't the worst). I could lose a little weight and get more exercise, but I enjoy eating.. As far as midlife crisis, I do have the urge to get a sports car..something small, fun with a manual. May get something fun in the next couple of years. I really should try building more models rather just buying more models...heh heh...
  5. D-100 Reissued -- C-10 Next ?

    IIRC the 2wd parts were only in the first issue, the '78 step side. It would be nice to see those parts again. Maybe they could took up an '83-84 or later Chevy grill, always liked those grill designs.
  6. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    Cool..still waiting on mine...I was kind of late in preordering them, didn't preorder until after the 1st of this month.
  7. Ebbro Citroen DS21

    Citroen had FWD cars going back into the 30s w/ the Traction Avant, the predecessor to the DS. The Traction Avant was ahead of it's time--FWD, 4 wheel independent suspension, rack & pinion steering, unibody construction.
  8. This new reissue Italeri #3653 does have an engine. And is molded in red & black.
  9. SMH 1986 Mustang

    One tiny grainy photo doesn't really help sell the product.
  10. 67 ford Wagon

    IIRC, R&R had a '67 wagon at one time..but they've been long out of production.
  11. Revell 2019

    it's nice to see the reissues of some items that haven't been reissued in a long time, along w/ the modified reissues. I figured after all the drama of the last year there wouldn't be too much new this year from Revell. From these, looking forward to the AAR Cuda and Chevy pickup. Looking forward to seeing what's next..
  12. Revell 2019

    It's like herding cats...threads here go in all directions..staying on topic here is like staying in a lane in a car w/ a broken front tie rod and bald tires...
  13. Revell 2019

    That black one resembles the box art of the original issue of the kit.
  14. Revell 2019

    Yes, that one. I think it has a lot in common w/ the GMC pickup that's been reissued a couple times in recent years.
  15. Revell 2019

    I’m assuming it’s the Monogram Chevy Stepside 4x4 last seen in the early 90s molded in blue. It oddly had a spare tire that mounted on the tailgate, something I’ve never seen on a 1:1.