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Eric Macleod

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About Eric Macleod

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 and 1/32

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  • Location
    Battle Creek, Michigan
  • Full Name
    Eric Macleod

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  1. 1965 Lincoln Continental beater

    Oddly I got my fist 1:1 shortly after my HS graduation and it looked a LOT like this one. Great, and very believable story. The car is rusted exactly as the real ones do. Very nice!
  2. Revell 1/25 '59 ford skyliner roof section

    I found one last night if you still want one.
  3. The Figoni & Falaschi bug has bitten again

    I'm curious...did this one get done in time for a show? Or done at all? Please share! All the best.
  4. Hooper & Co Diorama

    Sorry yes, I meant Bobby. But I had been watching Harry Potter and Dobbie is his friend there. Oops!
  5. Model T bodies

    I am looking for a 1926 Ford Model T Buttera Tudor body and top by Revell and two AMT 1925 Model T Coupe bodies. Painted is fine. I need them for a possible resin transkit project. Thanks.
  6. 1957 Bel Air Convertible

    I've driven a 1:1 version of this car and it is really something. You have really done an exceptional job here
  7. Jaguar XK 120

    Wow. Beautiful. I'd never thought of this color but yes, it works. Very nice.
  8. Mercedes 300 SLR Mille Miglia

    I had the gull-wing version of this but decided it was too complex for me. You sure did it justice
  9. I couldn't agree more with the others. I too really appreciate all the goodies on the. The Ruxtell 2-speed axle with the extra support rods Chevrolet wheels, wrapped steering wheel...it all works. Very, very nice.
  10. Model T Speedster #12 (RAJO-Powered Vintage Beach Racer)

    Absolutely fabulous. I have an above average interest in these early Fords and really appreciate this one. Great model in every way. Tim's photography really shows it off.
  11. 1926 Ford Fordor done

    Yes it is. Fabulous isn't it? I wish I could take credit for it.
  12. Hooper & Co Diorama

    Pretty soon you'll have the Dobby talking.
  13. TROG true Gentleman's car

    It probably doesn't look like much but I now have the hood sides fitted and the body is glued to the chassis. I managed to get some glue on the hood so I will be repainting that. Oh well.
  14. 1907 Thomas Flyer Tulip Touring

    I am familiar with "Blondie " from the Harrah's Collection. It is quite a car. Looking at this maybe its time to take another crack at this one. I like mine but clearly it leaves much to be desired.
  15. TROG true Gentleman's car

    Here is the car with a new front axle under it. The stance of the front wheels looks better. I also made a decision about how I will route the exhaust manifold. This is not going to be a perfect model, but I am happy with it so far.