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216 was delivered to the post office and should be on its way to you. Hot rods caught our attention for this issue, and there is still a nice assortment of other topics to pique your interest. We hope you enjoy it!

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8 minutes ago, stinkybritches said:

You guys at the mag are killing it with the covers. 

Wait until you see the article on that cover car! The builder (Martyn) does absolutely stunning work. Truly awe inspiring stuff!

 

 

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Awesome to see Martin’s build on the cover. A VERY talented local builder and an extremely nice guy. I have had the pleasure of seeing that build “in the flesh” and it’s amazing. Keep up the great work, and thanks to all that contribute to keeping the magazine going. Now if we could just figure out the postal delivery, which I know is nothing to do with you fine folks. I won’t see my issue for about 8 weeks…. 

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Got mine yesterday and a quick scan through the pages reveals another outstanding issue!  Each new issue just keeps getting better and better.  Keep up the great work, it is appreciated.

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And mine arrived today in Cornland today too - a GREAT issue.  REALLY.

A @tim boyd article is usually worth the price of admission for me, but that beautiful amazing Model A - AND an article by @Dennis Lacy and all kinds of hot-roddy goodness…you guys are knocking it out of the park in a way that the other mag hadn’t for YEARS.    

Great job!!!

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Got mine on Friday and read it cover to cover (Now I'm waiting for #217 😄 ).  I loved the article in the The Vintage Workbench on the Ala Kart.

I remember doing the review for the mis-managed The Car Room Magazine when Danbury Mint did the Ala Kart in 1/24th scale diecast.  For every review I ever wrote, for any magazine, I always did the research on each vehicle especially those like the Ala Kart that held historical significance.

Even though I did the necessary research, the article for The Vintage Workbench brought out a couple of things about Ala Kart that I never knew.

Great Issue!

A suggestion for a future issue is an overview of Texas 3D Customs parts!  They are excellent!

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Got # 216 yesterday, WoW what an issue ! As others have said my first impression was "What's a real car doing on the cover ?"  Great model and an outstanding issue, so many good things.  Great work by all involved, can't hurt that Tim Boyd is participating.  Guess you guys are back in a big way.

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On 11/1/2022 at 3:34 PM, Dennis Lacy said:

One of those models on the cover looks incredibly similar to one in my display case. So much so that I dare say identical! 😁

You knocked that build (and the article) right out of the park, Dennis!

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On 11/5/2022 at 11:01 PM, BDSchindler said:

Got mine on Friday and read it cover to cover (Now I'm waiting for #217 😄 ).  I loved the article in the The Vintage Workbench on the Ala Kart.

I remember doing the review for the mis-managed The Car Room Magazine when Danbury Mint did the Ala Kart in 1/24th scale diecast.  For every review I ever wrote, for any magazine, I always did the research on each vehicle especially those like the Ala Kart that held historical significance.

Even though I did the necessary research, the article for The Vintage Workbench brought out a couple of things about Ala Kart that I never knew.

Great Issue!

A suggestion for a future issue is an overview of Texas 3D Customs parts!  They are excellent!

Hey Brian, thank you for the positive feedback!

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