Crazy Ed

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  • Location Pearce, Arizona
  • Full Name Ed Erbeck Jr.

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  1. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

       For those that lived/grewup in the LA San Fernando Valley area in the 50' - 60's these 3 words will produce a Pavlov bell ringing like mouth Watering - The Helms Truck. It was a (in our area) Panel Truck from the Helms Bakery that had Fresh Bread and Pastries and Doughnuts. Curbside was the Breads and the rear had the Magical doors to the Sweets, and on Wed's only, Apple Strudel  ......... The simple mention of Helms brings back that Wonderful blend of Smells.
  2. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic 1/25 Revell '72 Porsche 914/6 2'n1   

      Ok, the Top seems wrong for a 914 to me, as does the nose angle. But I've never seen a Decked out 914, interesting.
  3. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic 1/25 Revell '72 Porsche 914/6 2'n1   

      Hey Brian, isn't there a Fiat X1/9 under all those add ons and not a Porsche 914?
  4. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic What kit did this lil beauty come from?   

       Rob, Glad you discovered the Kit it came from. From that info it seems it was used prior to that in a less glamorous release of the same Kit.
    http://public.fotki.com/drasticplasticsmcc/mkiba-build-under-c/monogram-instructions/straightline-competition/monogram-chevy-el-c/
  5. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic German WW 2 Mobile MG Bunker   

         Ray, seems a shame to enclose that after all you put into it. Could you do an exploded view using clear plastic to hold the parts seperate?
         From a tacitcal view point, that thing looks like it'd be a Steel Coffin for two that was already 2/3rds buried...........
  6. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

       It might have been a Regional thing but along with the S&H Green Stamps we had Blue Chip Stamps also. Different stores had different stamps.
  7. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

        For the Gravy to be made the way I always liked best it was put together in a Pan that had previously cooked Sausage and had bits n fat in it. Uuuummmmmmmm.......
  8. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic ..and now for something completely different: 1:160 scale bumper cars (dodgems)   

    To You and your Friend - EXCELLENT execution!! So........... when are the Bumper Cars going to be placed in Motion??? 
  9. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Hello from Northern Ireland   

    Welcome Richard. I Do Like the Way you commit a Digression, Nicely Done.
  10. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

        A REALLY Tough cut of Beef that's been run through a Tenderized a couplea times, Breaded and generally Fried. Served differently it's also known as Chicken Fried Steak or Swiss Steak.
  11. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Freight Train 3 (AKA Freight Train B)   

    What's Not to Like! Well Done.
  12. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic German WW 2 Mobile MG Bunker   

        If the barrel is round with round cooling holes it's a 34, if it's slab sided with cooling slots it's a 42.
  13. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Words/Phrases You're Sick Of Hearing?   

       Two terms that have come into common use in the last few years that although may be just Perfector their situations but confound me are FitMENT and Flavor PROFILE. I just can't understand the need for the capitalized portions.
  14. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic 2006 Dodge Magnum SRT8   

      Jan, I looks like you did a good Job with the Paint. You might want to take it outside to show off that Finish. And if you have Pictures of the Interior prior to assembly it also looks like you did a good job detailing it also.
  15. Crazy Ed added a post in a topic Vintage Teardrop Trailer Dio   

      THERE'S More to Come!? This was Wonderful already (and has been throughout the Thread) and you Ain't Done Yet.............. Oh My.