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About sjordan2

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    MCM Ohana

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    1/12, 1/16

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    Knoxville, TN
  • Full Name
    Skip Jordan

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  1. Autoquiz 374 - Finished

    Your inbox is full — won’t accept messages.
  2. Revell Austin Healey

    Outstanding job. The multi piece body totally defeated me when I was a kid.
  3. Revell 1/8 Jaguar XK-E

    My favorite E-Type color combo is a dark gunmetal with a crimson red interior. I believe they called the color opalescent gray.
  4. Jaguar XK 120, Revell

    Spectacular job. Your work on the windshield frame is one of those little details that makes a big difference.
  5. Bentley

    I saw one on display at a Gilmore show in Michigan. I wasn’t prepared to see how big they are.
  6. Bentley

    When the repop of the 1/12 Bentley came out with the revised registration number, I contacted Airfix to see if there were any other changes to the original kit. They wrote me back that this was the only difference, and the change was dictated by a Bentley executive. I believe Lauren still has 6571 in his possession.
  7. Bentley

    Using the registration number shown in your photo, I tracked down this car at vintagebentleys.org. It’s a 1930 6.5 litre Speed Six, driven by Steed in several episodes from 1967-68. The interesting part is that Macnee couldn’t drive it, so they always used a stunt driver. If it’s a blower, it’s not a typical Bentley supercharger in front of the radiator. Lots of photos at the site, but I can’t copy and paste the url.
  8. 1911 Ford Model T Tourer

  9. Lotus Europa

    Wow. Beautiful work.
  10. Bentley

    As I recall, the Steed Bentley was a non-blower Speed Six.
  11. Revell AMG GT

    What’s up with the right-hand drive? Does the kit also offer LHD?
  12. Revell 1/8 Jaguar XK-E

    In the kit, there is a distinct panel line horizontally where the upper body joins the lower body. No such line on the 1:1.
  13. Monogram Classics

    You could probably even build the Tom Mix Cord using the 1/12 AMT kit, which was my plan. Though it’s a 2-seater, it shouldn’t be too hard to adapt to a cabriolet with a back seat and smaller trunk lid (they have the same wheelbase).
  14. Revell 1/8 Jaguar XK-E

    Your biggest issue will be how much you care about the body seam that runs along the bottom of the doors. I don’t have the link, but fixing it has been covered on the forum.
  15. Jaguar XJ-S H.E. TWR - Hasegawa

    Has anyone built the 1/16 version? It’s been gathering dust on my shelf while I’ve gathered stuff like the Haynes manual and BBS wheels.