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farmer1

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  • Birthday 08/06/1963

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    Iowa
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    Randy McCann

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  1. Very nice model, and thanks for showing your method of making the windows with a great explanation and pictures.
  2. I really like following this thread, here's one of mine, not near as weird as some on here but it's interesting, basically an Ertl diecast 1/16 scale tractor that you assemble.
  3. Carl's story takes me back to when I worked at a repair shop that got a lot of calls to unlock cars, I was amazed how many times they had a spare set of keys for just such an emergency, in the trunk or glove box or hidden under the hood, the record I remember was 5 spare keys plus the set still in the ignition all locked inside the car ! I got pretty good at not laughing til they left, and yes, there was a charge for that service.
  4. Well I think that silver car is absolutely beautiful, better proportions than the original by far, the designer did a great job, wouldn't change a thing. The stock body has way too much greenhouse and is quite top heavy.
  5. Neutrogena hand cream works really well for me
  6. great !! really looking forward to getting a couple of them
  7. This ones from 1992, quality is fine but it's just the Ertl kit with ESCi on the box. Don't really know the history there, maybe someone here does ?
  8. ran across this one last week while looking for some parts
  9. Reminds me of a story dad told, growing up during the depression a neighbor's tractor had an oil leak so he hung a tin can under it to catch the oil and would pour it back in ! Times were hard indeed.
  10. I have a die cast 1951 GMC Panel 1:25 scale made by the ERTL company for Snap-On Tools years ago. Proportions look decent, could probably make something out of it with some work, it was a coin bank so there is a slot in the top. There might be some grill differences between '51-'54, not really sure. You can have it you want to try making something out of it, PM me.
  11. That's really nice JT, great looking truck, it will compliment anything you put on the back of it !
  12. It's looking good, I think the changes you made in the rear quarters really helped the proportions of it, looking forward to more of this one
  13. I've been in dealerships that literally won't sell a new car for cash, you have to finance, yes they will let you walk away empty handed. What's that tell ya ?
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