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chunkypeanutbutter

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  • Birthday 01/31/1887

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  1. If you're talking the F-150 Ranger as was recently re-released, it's a bit light on detail in the typical eighties Monogram style. Fill the tops of the axles and diffs, and you'll need to make a firewall.
  2. I have a bunch of old MI issues as well, '74-'78, I believe. Favorites of mine? Scott Adams (Dilbert creator) and Walt Whitman. I read a lot, but not much from the same authors.
  3. ...and the logo's a tortoise! This has brought about by, during a photoshoot in an airplane hangar, a tortoise wandered into view of the camera. The bemused creators had found their logo.
  4. Got an MPC Jeep CJ-7 Autoscape kit, never started, unopened bags - $3.50 at Goodwill.
  5. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EPGf77t9hRA
  6. Blur. https://youtube.com/watch?v=6oqXVx3sBOk
  7. I would've too, had I cared. I might go back to it, I seem to do that a lot - it's good enough for the shelf as it sits.
  8. A quick "hammer-together" build of a few nights. I started with the reissued AMT '69 Corvair. It was originally going to be an SCCA racer, but I painted the body in a Rustoleum texture rust paint kit and a little weathering chalk sealed with Rustall #3 Dead Flat as a test body. Then it went in the box again due to a lost engine and lost motivation. Fast forward to last week. Whilst looking for wheels, I found this again. I decided on finishing it quick and dirty. Front and rear bumpers were cast away, the right headlight bucket was taken off and replaced with a single light, and the rear tir
  9. Well, if we can go the racing route, I'll take a McLaren MP4/13... traffic would be a breeze.
  10. Nineties. Ech. I'd go for a 1998 Buick LeSabre. Nice ride, decent looks, adequate horsepower, comfortable seats, large trunk, solid build quality overall.
  11. Thanks. It's based off an amalgamation of The Bug, a woods buggy I saw hauling logs when I was younger, and the early sand buggies.
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