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Thank you Tim for bringin' your beautiful display of NASCARs to our annual event, the Milwaukee NNL as it was a great show in spite of the bad weather. Hope to see you there next year as well.

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That's even more impressive than the real thing..

.(well almost :))

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A lot of quality craftsmanship went into your display, well done Sir, well done.

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Tim's display was located at an ideal spot in the room and couldn't be missed. I'm sure that it was enjoyed by almost everybody. There was a lot of hard work in building all those models as well as the display stand which was a section of a NASCAR track.

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5 minutes ago, High octane said:

Tim's display was located at an ideal spot in the room and couldn't be missed. I'm sure that it was enjoyed by almost everybody. There was a lot of hard work in building all those models as well as the display stand which was a section of a NASCAR track.

Thanks man! 

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What an awesome display of historic race cars!  Very impressive.

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I always love the old stuff and scratch builds and here are a whole lot of them! Great craftsmanship on display.

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2 hours ago, DoctorLarry said:

I always love the old stuff and scratch builds and here are a whole lot of them! Great craftsmanship on display.

I wonder where that Grand Am came from?

Hows the Buick coming along?

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Slowly-end of semester  Did you want one with formal roof (a la Earnhardt) or the large window style? This is a formal roof car.

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1 hour ago, DoctorLarry said:

Slowly-end of semester  Did you want one with formal roof (a la Earnhardt) or the large window style? This is a formal roof car.

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You have the formal root car almost done correct? 

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Yes, but I am thinking of doing a separate NASCAR version without the pace car details-is that what you want?

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2 hours ago, DoctorLarry said:

Yes, but I am thinking of doing a separate NASCAR version without the pace car details-is that what you want?

 

2 hours ago, DoctorLarry said:

Yes, but I am thinking of doing a separate NASCAR version without the pace car details-is that what you want?

Actually may not be a bad idea. Power slide makes a awesome set of decals for the Mike Curb cars Earnhardt drove.

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On 4/18/2018 at 3:55 PM, yellowsportwagon said:

Theme this year was 70 years of NASCAR. I took my cars and display. Lots of cool models and people there.

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I am a bit late to the party but WOW!!!! What an impressive batch of eye candy!!!!!!!!

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Wow, Looks like a lot of work. But I bet it was worth it. Sadly, there are no nnl's  in south east texas. Awesome collection you have there, Tim.

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Holy cow, there is a lot of hours sitting on that display. I think I would need a full day just to fully appreciate it and soak it all in. A true labor of love in those pictures

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