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    Driveway...

    I could almost believe this is real....... Even though I love the way the dio is progressing, the cars themselves are masterpieces. Or are they real??? WOW!!!!!
  2. For a first attempt, this is incredible! You must have been doing a lot of research. Are you into model railways? Tony
  3. Very impressive! If I didn't know otherwise, I'd swear this was real....... From another Tony, also from Belleville, Ontario.
  4. I've often wondered what this newer line of Airfix 1/32 scale cars is like. Look forward to seeing this one come together. Tony
  5. I may be wrong... so someone correct me if I am, but I don't believe the term "Hot Rod" was used until after WW2. So may not be correct for a 1930's dio. Tony
  6. Good to see you back posting Ed. We missed you. Tony
  7. Richard........ I've been watching this post every day since you first started it...... in growing frustration! Frustration that I cannot achieve the level of inspiration, skill and patience that you have....... however hard I try. And I've been modelling for over 50 years!!! My hat's off to you sir. Tony
  8. The trouble with being a perfectionist....... is that most of us can't see what the problem is! Tony
  9. Like you, I was there Joe...... I know exactly what you mean. The frustration of moving vehicles... but stationary figures. Tony
  10. This one I will be following with great interest! Just loving what you've done so far..... Tony
  11. How on earth do you achieve such incredible detail..........???? Tony
  12. I built the Matchbox kit many moons ago and had no problems. Tony
  13. You're right Jairus. This project came to a grinding halt when the woodgrain vinyl paper panelling started to delaminate! I put it away, thinking I would get back to it and re-do it with real wood...... but got sidetracked into other builds and dioramas and never did. My workbench is currently covered in a bunch of other unfinished projects... and I keep starting more new ones! Sometimes it's just the challenge of finding ways to do things and, once that's achieved, finishing the build gets put on the back burner...... Maybe the recent interest may bring it back out again? Who knows? Tony
  14. Nice work..... but you may want to consider a handrail around the loft. It's a long way down! Tony
  15. Looking forward to this one...... Beside building in all other scales (mostly 1/32 scale antiques and classics), I've recently been collecting 1/43 diecasts of unusual cars not available in plastic. I also have a number of the AMT 1/43 scale kits in my stash, but haven't got around (or got up the courage) to tackle them yet! Keep us well posted on progress.... I'll be following with great interest. Love those example pics of built up Torinos... especially the green one. WOW! Tony
  16. Excellent work..... where have you been hiding up 'til now? Tony
  17. Right. I have that kit unbuilt.... should have known! Tony
  18. Is that the Corgi Mebetoys Mustang diecast? If not, who is the manufacturer? Tony
  19. Apart from your obvious building talents, your imagination for the extra details is outstanding! I would never have thought of adding that chain and mail box..... superb! Tony
  20. Very impressive! I'm struggling along with a 1/43 slot car track in my backyard shed. With Canadian winter upon us, I probably won't see it again until the Spring......!!! Tony
  21. Great work Randy. I work mostly in 1/32 scale as well and I can really appreciate the detail and clean building results. It's not easy to get that kind of detail in this smaller scale. My hat's off to you! Can we see some pictures of your slot car layout.... even if only in progress? Tony
  22. I'm fascinated by your construction sequences and the methods. A little different to the norm..... but certainly resulting in superb detail. I'm panting in anticipation of the next installment.......! Tony
  23. Come on now....... you're playing with us..... that's not a model... that's your own backyard...right? Tony
  24. Brilliant, superb, outstanding, up with the very best..... I'm so impressed.... lost for more words!!!! Tony
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