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About lordairgtar

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  • Birthday 04/01/1954

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    all scales

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    Muskego Wisconsin
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    Gregory Warren Kluck

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  1. One question. In my kit of the 68, the instructions show part number 101 (fan clutch) as having a shaft which fits through the fan and pulleys and into the water pump. The actual part on the tree shows no such shaft. Was mine short shot or is there a discrepancy between part and drawing?
  2. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    Found a 1/32 scale 57 Caddy kit by Gunze Sangyo today at the LHS
  3. Any old Hubley metal builders out there?

    The Minicraft Rolls Royce was originally a Hubley kit. They did some Fords and a Rambler Metropolitan I think.
  4. Another builder used a Kaiser as a basis for his custom. Turned the above into this.... Voodoo Larry from the Chicago area.
  5. organizing parts

    On my desk, on the floor, on the end tables, on top of the dressers, in the designated craft room, rinse and repeat.
  6. Parked Cars Under Street Lamps - New York City '74-'76

    In that Firebird pic, notice the blue car next to the VW? 69 Beaumont
  7. Correct, the last SS with a small block was the 327 in a 1965 Chevelle and the next small block SS wouldn't happen until 1971.
  8. This has to be a blast!

    Broadway Bob, former owner of Great Lakes dragaway used to ride the nose of the jet cars when they pulled up to the line.
  9. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    Swap meet last week in Milwaukee netted me some 1/32 scale gold. Pyro Mercer Raceabout, MPC Daracq, Revell Porsche 908, and Monogram 65 Mustang fast back
  10. Terrible Box Art

    I kind of doubt this. The same kits in Japan had the motor additions too. The Japanese liked powered models. A kit could be sold as a toy regardless of motor inclusion or not. Not all toy cars are motorized.
  11. Terrible Box Art

    That means you could build the stock version, not the body style.
  12. 67 Buick GS 400

    Nice Buick. I agree with the hood scoop needing some finessing. Seems a bit chunky and large. This Buick body design was all about a svelte streamlined look, unlike the 70 and later versions. The character lines in the trunk could use a bit of finessing to bring the lines a bit longer
  13. A very nice idea for a kit

    Paint it black, slap a day-glo red bat on the door....I'm Batman!
  14. 1969 Beaumont front bumper/grille

    I can hardly wait