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      Board Status   07/20/2018

      Maintenance completed, but there is still more come.


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    Troy, MO
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    Dean Eubanks

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  1. My absolutely favorite race car: GT-40 MkII; my favorite livery, THIS:
  2. If we're talking critter related liveries, this has to be it:
  3. 1/25-1/24 houses

    Someone else to check out: Colorado Model Structures. http://www.coloradomodel.com/default.htm
  4. Hawaii and the hurricane

    Uh, no! That's more like 3.11 inches; still a lot of rain but not THAT much!
  5. Tow hooks/eyebolts

    Possibly Micromark? https://www.micromark.com/hobby-supplies/hardware They list some brass eye pins that may work for you.
  6. Porsche Outlaws & Hot Rods

    I want my 914 to look like a Corvette ... no, wait ... a Ferrari ... no ... a Chrysler??
  7. When you REALLY love models on Ebay....

    Maybe something to do with meeting the reserve?
  8. "Older Than Dirt" Quiz

    I got 19. Don't remember Blackjack gum (maybe regional thing?) Of course my gum of choice was Double Bubble

    My take: If I'm selling a rare kit and we agree on a price, I couldn't care less whether the buyer stashes it in a closet or grinds it up for mulch; it's his, now.
  10. Gotta pay to play but OUCH

    Stupid design is a given but I think the real reason they charge 21K for an oil change is because they can!
  11. whats the rarest model you own and did you build it?

    I think, in my stash, it would be AMT's 1911 Chevrolet and then Mike's Miniature Motors recast of the same. Probably gonna build one of them one of these days.
  12. Baking soda as a blasting media

    Bill, often, when I read your posts, my reaction is "This dude has his stuff together!" but when you blow goober chunks you do it in spades! Sodium chloride is >A< salt. Potassium chloride is a salt. Sodium bicarbonate is also a salt. Sodium bicarbonate, commonly known as baking soda, is a chemical compound with the formula NaHCO₃. It is a salt composed of sodium ions and bicarbonate ions. Sodium bicarbonate is a white solid that is crystalline but often appears as a fine powder. Wikipedia It is also hygroscopic (absorbs water) so it's probably not the best thing to paint over (or leave in contact with that freshly blasted metal.)