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During this time of semi-quarantine (other members of the household are at-risk, due to existing health issues and age), I decided to do something about the stacks of model kits that remain in my basement storage.  I haven't actually built anything in at least 20 years and when my first wife passed away 5 years ago, I sold off a number of kits and gave away my parts box (darn it X 3). 

I primarily kept 1990s reissues of 1960s kits that could be converted to period NASCAR GN and Sportsman cars (middle-1960s to early-1970s.  Due to the long layoff, I am doing quite a bit of planning in order to "get it right".  Glue choices have changed, paint choices have changed, and the hobby shops I used to visit are gone.  So getting headers and GN dirt-track tires (for one or two projects) will be a challenge.

(I have an errand to run.  I plan to be back later.)

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Welcome back to the hobby Joseph!  No matter the reason, model car building is a pleasant hobby and may help to overcome these hard times.  Speaking glue and paint, I really think that things have change for the better...

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Welcome to the forum, Joseph!

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Welcome to the forum and back to the hobby Joseph!

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