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southpier

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About southpier

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    joe
  1. rhode island?

    this guy is big into the IMPS stuff; he may be able to help you - https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-champigny-6697a5b oops; iPms
  2. Letter to all members from Sfangoch

    mine costs about the same and since it's a central post office, I get UPS, FedX and any other packages. usually the packages are put in a locker and the key tossed into my PO Box. and the lobby/ box access is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. for less than $99 dollars a year, I consider it a bargain.
  3. Signs of getting old...... at modeling

    you're getting old when you forget to clean out the dead rats from behind the refrigerator but simply choose to live in squalor.
  4. A bit curious

    join the correct forum: http://trakinscale.proboards.com/ and for reference: https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/traditional-rods-and-kustoms.56720/
  5. what was the question for $500, Alex?
  6. What Irked You Today?

    you've never read anything about using the internet safely?
  7. What Irked You Today?

    would the same brand bought somewhere else wear better?
  8. a 3.6 gpa and 4.0 are both As. the 3.6 makes you much less crazy.
  9. What Irked You Today?

    if it's any consolation, "thank you". new business: all those who do not shop at Walmart please raise their hand.
  10. What Irked You Today?

    aren't Revell kits made in China?
  11. Vintage style garage.

    is that Fleckstone paint?
  12. What's "Traditional" ?

    cheer up. it could be a discussion about the blower on revell's '31 ford. wonder how the del rio thread is going.
  13. What's "Traditional" ?

    http://kkim.proboards.com/
  14. Post-Poned modeling due to this:

    i have good memories of playing with my cousin's American Flyer trains in our grandparent's attic. it can truly be a world apart. i was 4 or 5 and he was 6 years older. the attic was unfinished but we could have cared less. there was a floorboard with a missing knothole and, being boys, we used it for the obvious. years later, my aunt told the story of how many times my uncle painted the ceiling in the hallway below before my cousin finally came clean as to the source of the stain...