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1930fordpickup

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About 1930fordpickup

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday October 12

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  • Scale I Build
    1/25&1/16

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    Michigan/Ohio border
  • Full Name
    Andy Lemble

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  1. So far my local store has been every other week.
  2. I had no idea he did all of that. I was wondering why I never seen in other shows.
  3. I was watching a show about beans the other day. Case International makes the sides of their Combines from Soybeans. I watched the guy drop a 16 pound bowling ball on it. No damage. Maybe we will have no more broken a pillars. 🙂
  4. The only way to get ride of the fumes would be if that box was full of charcoal I would think. (The video shows the paint booth venting into a storage tote with a cloth filter on the discharge pipe coming out of the tote.) Outdoor venting I think is still the best
  5. We mowed grass at dad with an early 50's International cub tractor. You had to hand crank it to start it. I think I was around 12 or 13. Mowing 3 acers all summer long while not running into the collection of "stuff", trees and buildings taught me how to drive for the most part. The first time on the road Was my brothers 52 F1. He stopped the truck and said your turn. That is the first 3 on the tree I drove. After I was on my own and legal it was a 73 Pinto Wagon stick for about a year before I got a 76 Cutlass to drive.
  6. Someone was years ahead of their time, with the stuff in that lot you have now.
  7. The sad part is that the first new electric cars ( in the last 20 years ) did not have any better range than the Detroit Electric cars from the teens.
  8. This is a very nice explanation. Great photos.
  9. That came out Nice Jason. Dan I sent you a PM.
  10. I had a great trade with Scott8950 also. I would trade with him again.
  11. Hello Craig a big wave form the other end of the state. Nice work on these Models.
  12. I feel your pain, my fathers barn is 40 by 75 with a 10 by 35 loft that I wish it was only 2/3 full. There is a path.
  13. He was a joy to watch him and his wife. Sad this has to happen to any one.
  14. That is a great question about what they would charge. I have talked to a few of the Artist in the basement at the Detroit Auto Rama about this. None of them gave a price. Yes I understand why. They were are interested at the time and gave a card with contact info.
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