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  1. Bought this at the HL for the forty off price. Considering a flatbed version of this Pete if the time permits.
  2. Just a bump for this small block engine I need to finish this kit. thanks in advance!
  3. Aaron, looking real good after 25 years away! Can't wait to see the final result, those big scale cars are daunting at times!
  4. Hey thanks for the replies guys!
  5. Cool. I will be watching this build! looks great. Have fun with it. one thing I found with tamiya acrylics by brush is they don’t have a good “ bite” to the surface. And scratch off easily so be careful.
  6. Hello, anyone know of a source of these W11 wheel covers for a 71 Dodge? W11 or sometimes I think known as a "Volcano" wheel cover? I need to get 4 of these to finish my project.
  7. I am looking for the W11 covers - the one on the left. Is this thread about these, and does anyone have a source for four?
  8. What is the backstory on that partially tipped glass? Reminds me of the "Mystery Spot" in the UP that Dad took us to when we were little kids!
  9. Guys, its warming up and sunny here in Michigan, which is rare, and it is now eating into my model building time as I am obligated to spend time outdoors doing outdoors things! So look at it as time to get to the bench till it melts! Also, DST, just leave it the way it is NOW, ya get up in the dark anyway....
  10. I lost an hour of bench time tonight.
  11. We were towing through New York a few years back. On the side of the freeway, just past the Davenport exit was....guess what? a Davenport.
  12. Looks great, excellent color and nice clean build! Thanks for sharing, I love the 1/16 scale models and seems the proportions of the molded kit are spot on.
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