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philo426

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About philo426

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    MCM Ohana

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    Struthers ,Ohio
  • Full Name
    Phillip Rowe

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  1. Hawk “Wild Woodie” Model 1965

    Thanks I will buy some when we go to the Dollar Tree!
  2. Hawk “Wild Woodie” Model 1965

    I use Westley's Bleech White to strip paint.Does a good job and a. old Toothbrush is good for those stubborn areas.Followed by soaking the parts in Dawn for an hour or two ,then wash the parts thoroughly in cold water .
  3. Hubley 1930 Duesenberg Phaeton

    Yes I just built a Hubley 32 Chevy Coupe as well as the 1909 Model T Runabout.I used two part epoxy and Bondo spot putty 'to deal with the body seam.It did require a lot of grinding and filing to clean the metal parts up.
  4. Restored 1960 Lincoln

    Look in great!The interior is very well done!
  5. Gabriel/(ex Hubley)1909 Ford Sport Runabout

    Yes it would be cool to build a Stuz Bearcat!
  6. Gabriel/(ex Hubley)1909 Ford Sport Runabout

    YES Sir!
  7. Okay she is done!Excellent kit wuth easy assembly and good engineering!The metal imparts a hefty feel.
  8. Gabriel/(ex Hubley)1909 Ford Sport Runabout

    The instructions would have you mount the spare on the fender,but I did not like that,so I used a chrome dragster steering yoke as spare tire mount.
  9. Gabriel/(ex Hubley)1909 Ford Sport Runabout

    Yes it s going well.