Bully for you!! I mean it. It's because of pioneering folks like you that the technology gets better and better. Is this the ideal way to produce a model? Certainly not, and I'm certain you'd say as much. But because people like yourself are willing to invest the time and energy in figuring it out, the rest of us benefit. This technology is here to stay, and will only get better (and easier to use). Stay the course, sir, I'll be watching.
Amen!! I've got a 2013 Camaro and love it, was even thinking I'd "re-up" after this one was paid for, but having seen the 2016, there's not a chance. I'll buy a Mustang before I lay down cash for that abomination. GM, WTH?!
1969 Pontiac LeMans Custom S Convertible. I was a Junior in High School in 1977 when I purchased this car for the princely sum of $350.00. Spent the following summer restoring it with the help of a buddy, and my dad who did the body work and final paint. My buddies and I had some great times in that car!
Harry, I've seen John's in person, and it is beautiful, and now having seen yours, I can say without hesitation, you've got nothing to hang your head about. This is a first rate build. Thanks for sharing, these are the examples I most enjoy. Well done!
Just returned from the show and, as always, I enjoyed my time there. The host club does a great job and I thank them for their collective efforts, year after year, creating a one-of-a-kind experience. One thing I found puzzling, however, was the condensed vendor/swap space—about 75 percent of what they've had in previous years—making it much more difficult to maneuver through and see vendor's offerings. I opted to wait until the lunch hour to venture over there. There was additional space available, but for some reason it was blocked off. Anybody know why? Again, love the show, but would respectfully suggest that next year that space be re-allocated to the vendors.