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About randyc

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    1/24, 1/25

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    Mt Airy, NC
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    Randy Carlisle

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  1. Ok, I love it! Got me wondering if I would want to do that to mine or get another one to redo. Is the juice worth the squeeze? I like the commemorative version, but a real car would be even better? What other schemes could be created from this model? Decals from Indycals? I might not go as far as you did. Of course, I have to get back into models first... But I'm glad you did it for us all to see.
  2. Very nice! Chasing Classic Cars found one of these. Maybe he and the Dale Walksler (RIP) from Wheels through Time museum worked together?
  3. So cool. Thanks for sharing. And fixing on them.
  4. If you guys ever see the ERTL Harleys and like collecting such, they are EXCELLENT models. Only produced for a year or two (I think) but have some details that will blow the Maisto 1/18 and 1/12s away.
  5. Beautiful! Your builds are always great and the history lesson makes it even better.
  6. I did a comparison of the FM and the M2 on here a while back. I don't remember anything about the rear sitting high, but it has been a while. The M2 is a pretty nice piece as well. especially when it can be had cheaply occasionally.
  7. 302 V8. 5 spd od stick, yes. Likely the Mazda sourced 5 spd. Used in later (88? +)F150s, a few light duty 250s, supercharged t birds and cougars, from what I've read. First is awfully low. Proabably a reasonable tire shredder in the cars. I've been easy on it so far. Installed by a reputable local garage with POs money. New clutch. Paint isn't burned. It is either spray bombs or the worst spray job ever. Hope to start cleaning on paint this evening. Pressure wash everything I can. Then see what we have for paint. Maybe steel wool it to make is smoothish and some sort of s
  8. Last week wife & I were talking about a cheap truck to haul stuff. We were so tired of having to arrange to borrow a truck and dealing with all that. Cruising CL and found this in among all the $30K dealer trucks. It lives at our house now. Got it for a great price I think. PO has $5000 in reciepts of work done and we got it cheap because Covid. I've spent a bit in a week on parts to make it better and started restoring on things the PO hadn't gotten around to. Runs like a champ. Looks a bit rough. A 1:1 model project. No rivet counters allowed to look though. LOL.
  9. Hey, Looks even better over here finished.
  10. Looks great! My same comment everytime? But still applies.
  11. LOL, I have tried to "Drive" the Hoonigan Mustang on Forza. Gave up - it's crazy. Nice model.
  12. I had one of those somewhere and can't find it, nor remember if I gave it to a relative. Looks great.
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