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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/10/1955

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    1/24 and 1/25

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    Tennessee, USA
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    Keith Buckner

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  1. Some of the problems I have run into with regular masking tape....it sticks too good, and either leaves adhesive residue, or it can pull off some of the underlying paint. I prefer Tamiya tape, or the low tack painter's tape, especially the cheap stuff from the generic dollar type stores.
  2. I started driving around my grandfather's rural neighborhood when I was around 10 or 11. My dad had a '59 Chevy BelAir 4dr, 283 automatic. My uncle had a 1965 shortbed Chevy C-10, six pistons and three speed column shift. Grandad had a 1955 Ford F-100, flathead with three speed column shift, and a 1965 Chevy Biscayne 4dr, with six pistons and three speed column shift. I drove those vehicles all over the area. Back then, there weren't that many cars on the road for a 10 year old to run over. Driver's Ed class had a 1973 Ford LTD, with two steering wheels....you know.... just in case! LoL M
  3. My all time favorite body style is the 1968 Chrysler 300, 2 dr hardtop or convertible. Please feel free to add some pics, as I'm posting this from a cheap phone.
  4. I just ordered one from Burbank HoH on eBay. Looking forward to its arrival.
  5. Perfect "daily driver"!
  6. It might help to start at one end of the script and work towards the other end with the burnishing, instead of stretching the foil across the entire script first. Stretching it might create too much tension in the foil, and cause it to crack when you try to burnish it into the recesses of the script.
  7. Stunning build. Glassy smooth blue paint! Well done!
  8. Hmmmmm....seem to be having trouble opening the links on this android.
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