Tim H

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  • Location Laramie, WY
  • Full Name Tim Hunter

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  1. Tim H added a topic in Contests and Shows   

    Anyone have info on the Mid-America model car nationals
    I have done a web search with no luck. Does anyone have any info on this show. I saw info on it once. it is OCT 2? in Belleview, (Omaha) NE. Can anyone post up the info or link to the info.
    Thanks
    Tim
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  2. Tim H added a post in a topic Cannonball Run 2016 "The Aussieball" Official Build Thread   

    Haven't done much on the turbine semi. With the nice weather we are having I try to get out an work on my 1:1 scale projects. Since I can't in the colder weather no garage.
     
    Tim
  3. Tim H added a post in a topic Monogram '70 Superbird   

    Nice
     
  4. Tim H added a post in a topic Cannonball Run 2015 " The Sleeperball"   

    Yeah, maybe I'll be able to hit the work bench tonight. but who knows .
     
    Tim
  5. Tim H added a post in a topic Model Car Contest in Colorado   

    Lance, I am up here in Laramie, WY. If you here of any other shows in CO. please post them. I would love to attend.
     
    Tim
  6. Tim H added a post in a topic Cannonball Run 2015 " The Sleeperball"   

    Rob, you did build a Pacer wagon, You have to be a big boy to take the flack. LOL
     
    To all, Including Rob. All the work and entries have been great. I myself have been at the bench maybe 4 hours in the past 3 months. The nice weather has been calling my name. Wasn't even working on the Sleeperball project. But the 70 Rallye 350 for my friend.
     
    Tim
  7. Tim H added a post in a topic What size drill bit for spark plug wires or boots?   

    I think I use a #75 for my plug wires.

    Tim
  8. Tim H added a post in a topic What else do you collect   

    MMMM let me see, Hot Wheels, but lately just the ones I think look cool. Any Buick Hot Wheel especialy, or other 1/87th Buick. Parts for my 1:1 scale 71 Buick Sportwagon.

    Tim
  9. Tim H added a post in a topic Any Colorado front range clubs??   

    Any thoughts of forming a club, there have been 54 views to this thread. post up where on the front range you are from. Maybe we can get something going.

    Tim
  10. Tim H added a post in a topic Paint Strippers - What to Use?   

    While I have not had any sucess using brake fluid. I have had good luck with both Easy Off( standard stuff) and Pine Sol. While the easy Off has the nasty smell. Pine Sol has the pine smell which is better, IMO.

    Tim
  11. Tim H added a post in a topic Is there a scale ford v10?   

    I am making progress on one using a viper V-10 as a base, a modded 4.6 intake and cam covers.

    Tim
  12. Tim H added a post in a topic What is your dream model kit?   

    What I would like to see. A 71-72 Buick GS. A 73-74 Buick Gran Sport, a 75 Buick Century Pace car (Fred cady produced the decals but no one makes the car)

    Kits that could use a re-model( no pun) is the MPC 70 and 72 GTOs.

    Tim
  13. Tim H added a post in a topic Newb from SD   

    Shawn, have you found the Black Hill Scale modelers. They have an annual show in Rapid. they just moved the dates this year from Feb to April. A great bunch of people. if you like I can get you some contact info. I am a former member and try to make there show when the weather lets me.

    Tim
  14. Tim H added a post in a topic any michigan model car builders   

    Well I am fromerly of MI. was a member of the Southeast Michigan Modelers ( 93-95) don't know of they are still around. grew up in Redford graduated Redford Union in 83, Walled Lake, and Detroit (moved in 1970) Returned from 9 years in the service in 92. couldn't stand all the people and build up. left in 95 never looked back. ONLY thing I miss is the almost daily car shows in the summer, and the model clubs and events.

    Tim
  15. Tim H added a post in a topic A paint question   

    While all of us have had orange peal. I have found that you need to put the paint on heavy enough that it flattens out but light enough that is doesn't run. It is a fine line I learned. it took me a while to learn it. I was always going to light. I usually warm my cans up under hot tap water. I will run the can then shake it, repeating till the can remains warm when shaken. it ups the pressure and causes the paint to flow better.

    Tim