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BubbaBrown

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About BubbaBrown

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  • Birthday 01/17/1948

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    Warren , Ohio
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    Joseph Dorcy
  1. 64 Hemi Savoy

    MCW lists a 1964 Ply 2dr sdn part no. PLY-64SD for $40.00. They also have a hardtop and there made to work with the lindy kits I believe.
  2. Reapiring A Pillars.

    There was an article here or in our trade mags about using fingernail stuff. The article made it look like someone as challenged as me could do it. It was 2 part epoxy basically .
  3. Isn't it time....

    Re-issues would be fine by me if they wern't exact re-issues. What I mean is make the trans an option for stick or auto, console or no, different intakes and carbs. Something that other than paint the same model on the shelf. I think revell would do good just by doing this to the tri 5 chevy's.
  4. Desirable Reissues

    I don't fool with 1/24. With that being said I got an honest 15 to 18 feet of so called 1/25 models and believe me the term 1/25 is used Very Loosely. There all parked parallel and its very easy to spot the difference. I know some run small and I think some of the Rev/mono run large. But thats an opinion. I guess most people see the same thing but different. In the end its just a hobby.
  5. Desirable Reissues

    I don't want any arguements but one castor advertised 1/25 and when I got it was 1/24. When I went back online they didn't list it anymore. If I knew in advance I would not of ordered it.
  6. Why in the world they made the 56 a del ray and not a bel air I'll never know. Seems like the bel air would appeal to more people . The del ray is even hard to find on chevy info. Its like it didn't sell enough real cars to exist. Thank goodness for MCW.
  7. A question of scale

    I have two shelves with a total of 39 cars all done and parked next to each other that are supposed to be 1/25 scale. I don't know what they measure out to but the term 1/25 is used Very liberally . I probably have about a dozen 1/24 kits I mostly bought for parts and they are bigger but not by much .
  8. PlastiCoat T-235 primer

    I noticed when everybody dumped them for dupli-color that things had changed. I used the tamiya nozzle which helped but after later buying more the stuff , it was way way thicker. I have no answer, I went back to tamiya primer.
  9. I bought one of the aztec/testers air brush when they first came out and fell in love with it. I still have it and use it. I use my Pasches vls for body paint jobs and the testers on engines and chassis and always with Metalizers . It is so nice when cleaning the head and yes Ive tore them apart and picked out engine enamel. I still have the cheap plastic/rubber hose on it but the other end has a regular quick disconnect air fitting. I hope you get squared away and like yours as much as I do. Good Luck
  10. 1964 Dodge max wedge

    John your a very lucky guy, to not only not of gotten hurt but to have such great Mopars. and a real fine modeler.
  11. 1965 Plymouth Fury, A Little Color.

    Don't know if its true, but i read where a owner of a casino with a car collection wanted a Hemi in a station wagon and at first Mother Mopar said no. But later recanted and he got his Hemi wagon. Don't remember the year. But 1964 and 1965 were race only engines, they would of been a real pain to drive on the street.
  12. Most Used Paint Color?

    Tamiya semi gloss black spray cans. buy them 6 at a time.
  13. California air compressor model 5510se update

    I too agree, well worth it.
  14. Tim, was looking at MCW web tonight for something else and seen two. first was Dragon Lady and next was Herb Mccandless both for 1965 Plymouth at $10.00 each.