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early iron

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About early iron

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  • Birthday 03/28/1963

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    Orland Park, IL
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  1. Just an FYI for locals interested: Hobbytown located in Orland Park, IL is having a special contest for the Super Shaker kit. They have a ton of the kits special priced at $ 10 each, and will have a contest on June 18th for that kit only, box stock only, no other parts.
  2. Revell 62 Impala

    Thank you Rusty. I too have owned and restored a few '62 and '63 impalas, still my favorite cars.
  3. Revell 62 Impala

    Actually, the front one is the fuel tank, the rear one is the trunk well.
  4. Monkeemobile

    Excellent color! Mine will be candy green and white when I get around to building it.
  5. YANKEES # 1 AGAIN!!!!!!

    So you're the one guy who doesn't like Jeter.
  6. '78 Dodge Lil Red Truck

    I too had a '79 (well my father owned it, bought it new, but I drove it some times) and it had the flat hood. I think the other hood was only on the '78. That was a fun truck, probably one of the fastest vehicles made at that time.
  7. 56 Del Ray

    I would still be a 210. The 210 hardtop is one of the rarest models in each of the tri-five years. great look on the '56
  8. 67' Plymouth GTX

    thanks for the info. the car looks great. a guy down the street has a 1:1 in copper color, very similar to yours. great job.
  9. 67' Plymouth GTX

    great looking muscle, can I ask where the redlines and ignition wires came from. They look great.
  10. What?!?! A Box Stock Build?

    i don't think he is going factory if he plans to use the lowered supensions with the mags. btw, great Galaxy in your gallery. I always go for mags over hucaps.
  11. thanks

    I have just discovered your magazine and site after visiting the ihobby show on Sunday. I have been disappointed in the "other" model car mag since it was purchased and away from the hobby for a few years, so reading your magazine has been very refreshing. The amount of talent out there is unbelievable. so, I just want to say thanks for the great publication dedicated to the hobbiest and also for the great online forums which have made me less productive, but are very entertaining.