And just as I said earlier last week, I finally got back home from work and on my main computer now, which was logged in when I left and "Remember Me" checked, and I still had to log back in from the main.
I get that under the area where the bold, smileys, and other options are and at the bottom of a quote box, with an "ENTER" type arrow on the right side that if you mouse over it says "insert paragraph here". Not sure what it's for though.
It's very simple actually, security. As was mentioned, different browsers don't link together, but even if different devices are linked and using the same browser, this still happens for the security of your accounts. For example, I use Chrome on my main computer at home, my laptop that is usually at home as well but is seeing more use this week since I'm out of town for work, and also my phone. Everything is linked, all my bookmarks are on each device, and when I left the house I was logged on here on both the main and the laptop, but when I came on Monday night at work, I had to log the laptop back in.
I forget what I used one this one, but there is a build thread here on it that I think I mentioned what I used.
I do know that for added strength, I added some square tubing on top of the frame to also serve as a mount for the sleeper. It will be a little better to see in the WIP pics in the thread, but if you look closely at the pic above, you can see how under the cab the frame gets thicker under the sleeper and to just behind the sleeper. This has held up well, most of the time the build has been mocked up, minus a couple years being packed in a box thanks to life, the sleeper sits on the frame, and the almost 3 years that it has been not packed away the frame has no sag. If you aren't doing a big sleeper and just a stretched frame, you could used some metal strips inside the frame extension for the added strength and hidden in the frame rails.
The hobby shop I visited with a friend had all except the NASCARs, they were from my friend, and there are still THREE of the F350s waiting in the back room with my name on them waiting for me to go back and bring them to be reunited with their friend. The KW was a "Holy Grail" that I have been waiting for nearly 20 years to replace after I lost the original that I built almost 30 years ago as a kid in a house fire in 1997. At least it's one of very few kits in my collection I know exactly how it will be painted, I always loved the metallic blue it was molded in originally like the box art, and it will be painted just like the box art.
I went with a friend to visit a hobby shop near where he lives, and these followed me home.
The two NASCAR kits were from my friend for some Slixx decals I needed donor kits for, the rest all came from the hobby shop. It was well worth the drive not only for the visit, but to bring home some kits shops in my area never even stocked. I know I will be making a few more trips there, I still have THREE Meng F350s in the back room with my name on them!!
I found this on the Drastic Plastics Fotki Instructions site, you are correct. http://public.fotki.com/drasticplasticsmcc/mkiba-build-under-c/linberg/lindberg-64-dodge-330/1964dodge330002.html#media You are also correct on the Deora, but now I'm puzzled. The friend that gave me the Belvedere let me look in his Deora after I told him the idea I have for the Belvedere and the need for the auto, and his had a manual transmission.
Yeah, it's well over 300". I went back through the build thread on my custom Ford both here and SA's forum that was originally where that build was born, and I measured my Ford to be 14.5 inches from center of the steer axle to the center of the front drive axle, which I scaled out to be a 345" wheelbase. When I originally measured it with an Italeri 40' container on the back, it came out to a total of 72' long in scale. Now it's pulling a 53'er!!