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  • Birthday 07/02/1969

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  1. That is one heck of a gap between original production and continuation series.
  2. I did a quick search, looking for models. Not a lot available, at least in 1/24. I did see that a guy in England will soon be offering models built to order in 1/8 scale. He currently offers a Chevron B8, Lola T70 MkIIIB, and some ugly old Lotus. His prices aren’t that bad.
  3. Stumbled across this while looking for pics of the Porsche 906.
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    Preach it! I’ve had a paid Fotki account for about 19 years. I get what I pay for. I also visit sites about hunting and target shooting. I am amazed at classified ads for $15,000 double rifles without pics. They can buy a rifle that costs as much as a car, but can’t pay for a photo hosting account? Gimme a break.
  5. Are they marinating with mayo? Because that sounds nasty.
  6. Dessert tonight is crepes with mascarpone filling covered in cherry sauce. They use it on Food Network a lot...and mispronounce it a lot.
  7. People who put the “R” in the first syllable of Mascarpone. THAT’S NOT WHERE IT GOES!!! eh. First world problems.
  8. I think that second pic is part of a 1930s/40s Opel Blitz cargo truck. I don’t remember which manufacturer or scale, I have had several in 1/35 and 1/24. The larger kit is also offered as a civilian version and a fire truck. Great thread, Casey.
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    The Perfect Deuce

    Was that airplane fuselage part of the show? Because if that thing is some kind wacko bus or rv, that would be the coolest thing ever.
  10. I didn’t notice it was resin. Still, buy the kit, measure the parts with a dial caliper, multiply your measurements by 1.4 and make new parts in 1/25 scale from Evergreen sheet and strip plastic. Go bananas and multiply by 2.19 (2.1875) and make one in 1/16 scale. Then sell the unbuilt original kit on eBay.
  11. Wow. I had no idea Cobra and Ace were 68 and 68+. 😮
  12. With no compound curves (that I can see), how hard could it be to scratch build? The wheels may be a bit of a challenge. Make one and get resin copies.
  13. Hey wasn’t that car...(checks Google)...yeah. It was in an episode of Miami Vice. Was it a real 906 or a replica?
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