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sjordan2

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    1/12, 1/16

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    Knoxville, TN
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    Skip Jordan

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  1. Wow. You really did your homework, and the copper brake drums are often overlooked on models.
  2. Outstanding work. An unusually authentic kit.
  3. I filled out that part with dismantled watch parts from eBay.
  4. https://www.autoweek.com/news/people/a35567136/bruce-meyers-obit/
  5. I have tons of 1:1 reference. Let me know if you have questions.
  6. I never participate in a topic called "What Irked You Today?" but I'm getting a stream of e-mail forwards from this site. Anyone else?
  7. The Beverly and Westchester sedans (only basic difference was sedan interiors) were longer and higher than the Sportsman 2-seater (AMT 1/24 and 1/12 scale kits) and Phaeton 2+2 (Revell/Monogram), and you're correct about the difference in the number of grille bars. What kit would you be starting with?
  8. I go with what the manufacturer says (except for Jaguar) because they should know. (I was a bit miffed at "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" this week when an architect offered to take her for a spin in his "Porsh.") It's not haughty to get it right.
  9. Beautiful, spectacular. Haven't seen a better one, but wonder why you chromed the trim around the door top/cockpit instead of the typical leather.
  10. Great to see that one again. Best ever of that kit.
  11. Have you tried the 1/16 XJ-S?
  12. I hate to dispute the Maserati, but its inaccuracies have really perplexed me on how to fix them. The leading edge of the roof line at the windshield curves upward when it should be pretty straight across, and the nose shape at the grille is way off – needs to be brought forward. Engine detail isn't much better, but it's easily fixable (if you don't do wiring – It has 2 plugs per cylinder.) Interior detail needs to be made more accurate. It can look great if these issues are conquered.
  13. I'll guess you may have seen color photos of the Type D at the Tazio Nuvolari museum. https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/tazio-nuvolari-s-museum/aQG4AoJxHLujEQ Here's video of a restored Type C with a decent engine shot.
  14. A beautifully restored red '62 just went for $110K at Mecum.
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