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Lee Yoder

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About Lee Yoder

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  • Birthday 01/17/1961

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    San Antonio, Texas
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    Lee Yoder

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  1. Looks good Chris! Did I spy a Ferrari F1 car in the background? Later, Lee
  2. Great start! Looking forward to more. Later, Lee
  3. 1959 "Wild Cad" Custom

    Looks great John! Love the purple. Later, Lee
  4. Great to see you back at the bench Chris! My Hawaiian build has stalled due to work and a death in the family, but I will have to post a picture of some items I have collected to get back on track. Looking forward to this build. Later, Lee
  5. I have to agree here, whoever was first in large scale must have something utterly phenomenal. Well done Chris! I am sure that like myself, many other large scale builders have this thread stored so that we can learn you technique. Again, CONGRATULATIONS! Now it’s time for a FED, because the thread link in your signature doesn’t work! Later, Ler
  6. 1/16 Revell 73 Hawaiian Funny Car

    Sounds good! Later, Lee
  7. Very nice! Later, Lee
  8. 1/16 Revell 73 Hawaiian Funny Car

    Sorry, not yet, work has been hard and heavy, with medical appointments for my wife to boot. I am currently awaiting a new 9" rear from shapeways as the Halibrand kit rear is incorrect. I will have some time in the next week or so, so I will probably do some chassis work as the body supports are out of whack. Thanks for keeping me accountable Later, Lee
  9. Great update Chris! The realism on this build is what most model makers dream of. I know that your detail inspires me on my FC build. Hope you make it to the DSC! Later, Lee
  10. Ordered this yesterday, waiting for confirmation from Shapeways. Thanks for the help! Later, Lee
  11. Thanks Mr. Mopar! I am going to look at this as soon as i get home. Later, Lee
  12. Good Evening All, The referenced kit above has a Halibrand quick change rearend as the provided part. My research indicates this is incorrect as most FC's of that era used a Ford 9" or equivalent. I have conducted Google searches for the correct rearend to replace the Halibrand, but have come up empty. Does anyone know where I can get the correct rearend? Does anyone have one they would be willing to part with? Later, Lee