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Eric Macleod

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About Eric Macleod

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    MCM Ohana

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 and 1/32

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    Battle Creek, Michigan
  • Full Name
    Eric Macleod

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  1. Railroad station diorama in 1/25

    I agree with the others. I had dreams of building something like this but never got it started. A BIG diorama is indeed inspirational. Very nice.
  2. 1925 dodge - DONE

    Glad it cleared the garage door opening! Looks great Pat. Worth the wait I hope?
  3. Realistic Speed Racer Mach V

    Perhaps my favorite car of all time. I will follow this one with great pleasure.
  4. 1925 dodge - DONE

    Oh, so close. Looks great.
  5. Johan Cadillac Glue Bombs

    These are indeed impressive. Well done.
  6. 3 Glue Bombs Restored

    I agree. The Buick looked like a real disaster but looks great now. Good choice for the color.
  7. My first Tamiya 66 Volkswagen...

    I have been thinking of trying out this kit. Its a good build?
  8. Hooper & Co Diorama

    I too have taken much of the summer off. I've been focusing on the 1:1 cars instead. You always provide a hearty helping of eye candy!
  9. Jaguar D-Type XKD 606

    I can't add a lot to what has already been said. The model is stunningly beautiful to be sure, but I have rarely seen a model more beautifully presented on this forum than you have done here. The whole thing is a work of art.
  10. 1925 dodge - DONE

    I am looking forward to seeing the finished product!
  11. 1925 dodge - DONE

    I agree. You hace done a really masterful job of removing the Ford from this and making it look like a real Dodge. I especially like the treatment of the top. Can you tell us about that?
  12. Favorite Car

    The wooden frame was being phased out in 1928 and was (mercifully) gone in 1929. These cars are an absolute delight to drive and will run rings around contemporary Packards, Lincolns and Cadillacs. In my opinion Franklins are the most under appreciated and under valued classics out there. Goody for me!
  13. Favorite Car

    If I won the lottery I would buy a Duesenberg but until then maybe this would suffice, 1929 Franklin 137 Sport Runabout.
  14. Hooper & Co Diorama

    A very early Land Rover prototype?
  15. TROG true Gentleman's car

    Art, if you are going to continue down the WIP path here could I suggest a separate thread specific to your own model. The subject of the original thread has been sidelined indefinitely.