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Roll Call! NNL East is less than a week away! Who's going? Whatcha bringin'??


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That's great Mike!  

And speaking of tables. I got a call that a vendor is ill and can't make the show.  We suddenly have two tables available.  If someone would like to vend at the show, please email me at nnleast@aol.com  immediately.  Tables are $50 each. This doesn't happen where we don't have someone staged and waiting for space. 

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Thanks.  Cool you're going to NJ ... I've always admired your stuff I see here. You coming from this side of Ohio? It's a long trip.

oh yeah mike... We are heading out tomorrow morning, it's about 7 hours... It will be our first time. I'm dragging Andy/exesivefire and my dad with me... Can't wait!

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I'll be bringin' about 15 completed builds or so, some a few of you have seen in the past but will be interesting in the flesh. I wonder if Charlie Larkin's going to be there? Haven't seen him in a while, plus i'd be great to see former LIARS members John "The Buzzard' and Richard Manson as well. I haven't been to the last two, so more the reason to get pumped up with builds lined up!

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Yeah the show was truly sensory overload! There was no way to see all the models there! Add to that all of the vendors and all that was there to be had, it's hard NOT to have a good time! I do believe the model count (as well as attendance) was more than last year, and it was a super show then!

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Hey Bill! My sister and I were the ones who walked and talked with you in the parking lot as you were taking stuff out to your car (about quarter of 2). It was great to meet you, and, like I said, love your work.

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It was my first time attending and I was absolutely amazed at the number and quality of models on display.If this was a judged contest I don't know how long it would take to pick out class winners(or if it could be done).

I was pleasantly surprised when both magazines wanted to photograph one of the models I brought.

I'll attend again-maybe not next year but I will be back! 

 

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Yeah the show was truly sensory overload! There was no way to see all the models there! Add to that all of the vendors and all that was there to be had, it's hard NOT to have a good time! I do believe the model count (as well as attendance) was more than last year, and it was a super show then!

Bill, I saw your work on the table, it was very inspiring and wonderful to see in person.. It was my first time as well, and i was very much overwhelmed... By about 1:00 i was glazy eyed, walking and talking in circles.. I missed saying "HI" to many people I wanted too.   I did catch Mr. Geiger and thanked him for putting on such an amazing show.    At least next time I will know what to expect, and prepare myself a bit more. It goes very very fast... but is very very fun. 

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Hey Bill! My sister and I were the ones who walked and talked with you in the parking lot as you were taking stuff out to your car (about quarter of 2). It was great to meet you, and, like I said, love your work.

Jeff, it was great to meet you and your sister too! The show was so packed that it was hard at times to get to meet folks------that's a good thing though as it shows how much the show has grown!

Bill, I saw your work on the table, it was very inspiring and wonderful to see in person.. It was my first time as well, and i was very much overwhelmed... By about 1:00 i was glazy eyed, walking and talking in circles.. I missed saying "HI" to many people I wanted too.   I did catch Mr. Geiger and thanked him for putting on such an amazing show.    At least next time I will know what to expect, and prepare myself a bit more. It goes very very fast... but is very very fun. 

Eric, your 'Cuda was a sight to see on the table! I got some good pics of it, and I'm still fascinated about that 3D printed engine. ;)

That's something I'd like to learn and get proficient at in the future, and in fact, sometime within a year I'd like to buy a "base" 3D printer if there is such a thing. 

I'd certainly like to go back again next year, but it'll be on a bit tighter budget. GSL would be right around the corner, and I plan on making a road trip out of that. I'd probably come to the NNL East early that morning and leave after the show------no overnights as that's money I can use to get to Salt Lake City! :D

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Eric, I'm with Bill. I was watching your build on the board, and it was great to see it up close and in person. Love the idea of using 3D printers and computer cutting machines to make parts. Well done sir!

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Hey Bill! My sister and I were the ones who walked and talked with you in the parking lot as you were taking stuff out to your car (about quarter of 2). It was great to meet you, and, like I said, love your work.

Hey Jeff! We do this every month and you're invited!  The Tri-State Scale Model Car Club meets in Perth Amboy, NJ the second Saturday of every month at 1pm. We won't be having a May meeting because it is the same day as the MidAtlantic NNL in Maryland and we will be attending that show.  But do check out our website   www.tssmcc.org and maybe stop in for our June meeting?  

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