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RJWood

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About RJWood

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 03/08/1958

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 & 1/25

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    LLC
  • Full Name
    Ronald Wood

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  1. Round2 models facebook page posted May.13 at 7:28am.has it listed as a June release. That's all I know about it.
  2. Looks like a great place to get some building done. I noticed you stick your empty boxes to the wall, I do that too. Congrats on getting out of the cold.
  3. Nice, clean and sharp looking 32. these are nice kits. My favorite is the Highboy roadster version.
  4. Nice looking Duster. You can get some white decal paper to make the stripes using the kit decals as a templet.
  5. What a coincidence, I was just thinking about him just the other day. And yes, he's missed. I would love to see a few pics of his. Truly a GREAT GUY.
  6. This build is awesome. Great work! Hope you don't mind if I use it for reference when I build my kit. By far the best build of this kit that I've ever seen. I love it.
  7. Under hood detail is great, smooth paint, and chrome trim looks lazer cut. Outstanding build so far Colin.
  8. Mine should be here in a day or two.
  9. Tower hobbys has this one listed as late August release. They also have some others listed that I've not heard anything about, other than Towers site. 76 Ford custom van "Phanton", 69 Hurst Olds Cutlass, 75 Gremlin, and a few more. http://www.towerhobb..._car_model.html
  10. I use mine quite often. Very useful tool. Picked mine up for cheep at Harbor freight. The magnifying glass comes in handy as well. I would say you should get it. I have a T- bucket frame on a clothespin clamped on the allagator clips for drying as I speak.
  11. Welcome, and nice work on these. No doubt you have 20-20 vision. Great detailing and weathering.
  12. http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=14060&hl=%2B65+%2Bdodge+%2Bcoronet&fromsearch=1Here is a nicely done example of the Polar lights kit done as a NASCAR model.
  13. Looks cool built like that. the white wall slicks set it off nice.
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