Rob Hall

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  1. Rob Hall added a post in a topic Chicago weather   

    I've heard that phrase when when I lived in NE Ohio and in Colorado.  By the way, where is 'We-Go'?   
  2. Rob Hall added a post in a topic Favorite British band   

    Of the older bands, I like Cream, The Who, Free, Deep Purple, The Kinks, The Yardbirds, Traffic, Bad Company to name a few.. (and of course, The Stones, Pink Floyd (perhaps my all time favourite British band), Led Zep...never was into the Beatles very much).   
    Of the 70s-80s---bands of my youth in the 80s--I like/liked The Jam, New Order, Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Police, Def Leppard and Whitesnake quite a bit...   I like lots of British solo artists of that era also.
    Of the last 20 years, I like Oasis and The Verve quite a bit...
  3. Rob Hall added a post in a topic New Ford Econoline Vans from First Gear - 1/25 Scale   

    Looks like it also now available in a plain white version. 
  4. Rob Hall added a post in a topic Long bed for the MPC GMC (Fall Guy) kit?   

    Got mine today...nice piece.  Smooth white resin. 
  5. Rob Hall added a post in a topic History of Monogram's Dodge Ramcharger   

    According to Wikipedia--
    In 1986, Monogram was bought by Odyssey Partners of New York. Later that same summer, Odyssey purchased Revell Models of Venice, California. Subsequently Odyssey Partners merged Revell with Monogram and moved all its usable assets to Monogram's Des Plaines, Illinois Plant Number 2.[citation needed]After Revell was merged with Monogram, company headquarters was moved a short distance to Northbrook, Illinois.
  6. Rob Hall added a post in a topic 1980-1990 Chevrolet Caprice model   

    Shouldn't be that difficult..not much curvature.  I've made windshields out of sheets of clear plastic, from random stuff like electronics packaging, etc. 
  7. Rob Hall added a post in a topic 1980-1990 Chevrolet Caprice model   

    The windows shouldn't be too hard to make from sheet plastic, though...the rear and side windows are pretty flat.
  8. Rob Hall added a post in a topic 1980-1990 Chevrolet Caprice model   

    Headlights seem a bit too short vertically.  But it would be a good starting place to swap in headlights from something else to do an 86.  
  9. Rob Hall added a post in a topic Why are 1/43 Scale Models so Pricey   

    I thought this thread was about 1/43rd kits, not crazed rants about 1/64th diecast.  
  10. Rob Hall added a post in a topic What predictions can we make for new kit releases in 2017?   

    There is apparently missing tire tooling with the 62 Mopars.  
  11. Rob Hall added a post in a topic Why are 1/43 Scale Models so Pricey   

    Some people just have no concept of the cost of doing business, I guess. Or they are stuck in 1960 pricing (or whenever their happy place was).  
  12. Rob Hall added a post in a topic Why are 1/43 Scale Models so Pricey   

    Most are very limited production and hand made...not mass produced.  They have (at least in the US) a small , dedicated fan base.  
     
     As far as preassembled 1/43rd diecast, there are some decent cheap ones out there, such as those from Greenlight.  
  13. Rob Hall added a post in a topic What predictions can we make for new kit releases in 2017?   

    Their snap Chevelle seems pretty accurate as far as the body goes......
  14. Rob Hall added a post in a topic New Ford Econoline Vans from First Gear - 1/25 Scale   

    Ah..that make sense.  The font is different also.  I can see some blurry text under the AC letters, but even blowing up the pic to 250% I can't read it..
  15. Rob Hall added a post in a topic New Ford Econoline Vans from First Gear - 1/25 Scale   

    Interesting about the AC livery...for some reason, I think of GM with that....'AC Delco' was a GM brand at one time, wasn't it?