Modeling Supplies

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Just had a surprise: I have no black ignition wire! I might get lucky at my LHS (they have LIMITED detail master stuff…) and score some today. If not, who do you guys use for on-line supplies? If I'm placing an order, I'll stock up.

I usually buy my materials at NNL East, but I'm hoping to display finished models in April!

Thanks gang….

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a lot of guys swear by pro tech. Charlie is a real great guy. never heard anything negative about his stuff or his delivery time. I am sure you will get more examples and I am sorry if I left people out.

dogs rule?

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you got that right!!

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Pro Tech doesn't do on-line ordering?!? I have to WRITE what I want and send a…a….check ? I haven't written a check in AGES!

Wow. Old school is Cool. Order going out as soon as I print the form….

Thanks Al!

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Oh, BTW: I scored at my LHS with the ignition wire. Time to do the Hemi….

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you can get big spools of wire on ebay for cheap.

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Love the dog...A home without a dog is Not a home..Say hello to Buddy from me...

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Someone you know may be employed in the electronics industry as an assembler. i get most of my braided line and wires from my job. Just gotta ask permission from the Boss before I take.

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Go to radio shack and find a product called kynar wire. A 50 foot roll is about 6 dollars and is just about perfect for 1/24-25 scale spark plug wire. It is available in black, red, white, blue, and other colors too. Lots cheaper than 5 bucks for a 3 foot piece.

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