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Repstock

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About Repstock

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/28/1960

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    1/25

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    Central Ohio
  • Full Name
    Tom Ellifritt

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  1. This is my favorite: https://www.ebay.com/itm/313446273276?hash=item48fada90fc:g:q9gAAMXQfvlSm6XU Looks really nice. I expect others will verify this choice.
  2. Items have arrived just as ordered. The label on the box verifies the claimed shipping date, so Papyhobby was truthful with me. It took six weeks for the package to navigate the postal system, apparently. Thus ends this saga.
  3. I had a '70 Torino Brougham. A bulletproof car, but not nearly the eye candy of yours. I always thought the dash design was kind of stodgy, but I love the cars as a whole. Having fun watching your progress.
  4. I just received an E-mail from Papyhobby assuring me the items have been shipped and should arrive any day now...cool!
  5. Well, it's been 2 months so far...Won't hurt to give it more time! Thanks for the info!
  6. That may be true, but I prioritize shows based on the number of vendors. I've pretty much given up on contests. I just go to look and buy.
  7. Thanks! I appreciate the reply. I'll keep waiting.
  8. I bought some parts for my bulldozer kit from them on May 2. I don't mind waiting, but I have been unable to get responses when I ask for the status of my order. I understand they're from Ontario, Canada(?). Can anyone tell me if this is normal? What was your experience?
  9. Everything I've ever built with wheels roll, from airliners to cars to a 1/25 scale lawn mower. I can't give you a good reason why I do it, it's just how I...er...roll.
  10. Nice airliners! I've only got two, I hope to do some more someday...You've got a nice collection of cool airliners, hard to pick a favorite!
  11. '70s 4-door sedans. Fury, Galaxie, Impala, it doesn't matter. It's just a need that's never been filled. Police car guys, mainstreamers, derby car builders, etc. would love them.
  12. I use rod whenever possible as well because it's much easier to get it to go around curves, especially tight ones. After application, I sand it down to a flatter shape as well. The slight undercut after gluing also helps when it's time to foil.
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