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About peter31a

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 01/23/1959

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    Penetanguishene, Ontario
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    Peter McDonald

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  1. 1930 Model A Ford Woody

    Great job on that Woody Wagon!
  2. A Great Day at Coney Island

    Cool! I've heard of Coney Island but it's nice to see what the place is really like. Thanks for the tour, Joe.
  3. LA Roadster Show Model Car Event

    Great report, Art! Glad Gene got to see John's recreation of his shop. Kudos on a successful event.
  4. 'V' The Visitors Laser Jeeps

    Beautiful clean builds of these Jeeps! Great scratchbuilding on the laser rifles.
  5. Weird cars Post em here.

    That white thing looks like it should be buried under an avalanche!
  6. Amazon is incredible

    In Canada there is no Saturday or Sunday delivery. The Post Office is closed. If you have a package it can be picked up at an auxiliary site at the grocery store but don't bother going to look at your postal box on the weekends or holidays.
  7. 29 Ford Pick Up.

    That is one fine 29!
  8. Porsche 962C

    Sweet build, Andre. Nice to see the prototype cars built up.
  9. Very cool little kit to have available especially with the Hyper Pak.
  10. Shorty VW Van

    Very cool! Nice save on that old kit.
  11. Which Cord Kit?

    Not in kit form but it is available in a resin body.
  12. Moebius was at NNL East showing the upcoming releases but I did not get a chance to ask about whether they knew release dates yet or not. They showed the Nova as well as the sixties Ford pickups.
  13. Wild Thing

    It would make a great Batmobile. I have to wonder how aerodynamic those projections (front fenders?) are. Seems to me they would cause drag (which may be the point of them). Doubt they would pass the safety gurus here in North America.
  14. Promo

    Promos were assembled models given out by auto dealerships when you came into the showroom to help promote car sales. Later on the model companies started offering the promos in kit form for people to build themselves. I'm sure someone else will give a clearer explanation.
  15. Old MPC / AMT '28 Model A todor Sedan Rumored to come back

    I understand what you're saying but years ago Revell tried the tuner thing with nicely done Ford Focus, Acura Integra and Honda Civic. I don't believe they sold that well. Enough so to discourage putting more money into such types of kits again. So do you put your money where you know there is a demand or into something you hope might bring people in but you loose big time if they don't sell? It's a difficult call. It seems to work well for the Asian manufacturers as the hobby is alive and well in other continents but just not, it seems, in North America.