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Great looking car!
I think that was absolutely the best looking year for the Rambler. I had a chance to buy one last year, but the owner was...
Hey guys. I have some model cars kits I want to clear out. Here are six kits. All boxes have been opened, but all parts bags are sealed, unopened,...
Perfect.... just perfect.
Thank you so much for the info Pat. That's great stuff!
You are a talented man. I love the car as it was, but I have a feeling I'll like the finished version even better.
I have a couple of...
Saw this on ebay. Not sure if it's a good price or not, but I'd love to own it.
Too many other projects at the moment. Thought maybe someone here...
Congrats Mr and Mrs Royalshifter! I look forward to checking the feature out.
I haven't read through all the pages of the thread, but if just like to say congratulations and to wish you luck.
Just over a year ago, my wife...
Like others have said:
Hot Rod Cycle and Chassis in Addison
The Museum of Science and Industry
Kuma's Corner in the city for a burger
Thanks for the suggestions. I liked the story about your former students.
That is exactly the kind of info I'm looking guys! We are so lucky to have this encyclopedia of hot rod knowledge :). Any and all suggestions are...
I get tired of running out to scrounge up nuts and bolts to replace those that I lose, cutoff/grind off, or have to replace that's...
Same thing here. I've never had any issues or warnings.
Mine comes up "account suspended" as well.
Cool. I'm stealing that idea. Thanks for posting that.
I am so glad I found this thread!
We're all very proud of you Matt. Keep up the great work. Thank you very much for sharing.
Nevermind. I figured that you were referring to the 1934 ford 40.
Which car are you referring to?
Those aren't as far off as you'd think. They do look fun to drive. The car that really has me inspired was Dan Webb's Phil Remington re-creation....
It's amazing the info you guys have. Thanks.
I'm pretty sure every time I've been to Troy's shop, there has been a car of George's in there.
That makes a lot of sense. Thanks.
As they always say... A picture is worth a thousand words.
I have a fascination with the vintage racers of yesteryear. I have had an idea for a one-off scratch build for a while that I doubt I'll ever get...
I am building a shop with an office and a separate small apartment for when family comes to visit. We live on a farm in a very rural area. There...
That is fantastic work! Very wonderful of you to do Ed. Hats off to you sir.
What you have is much better!!
Don't most bodies have curves? :confused:
I have heard this as well. I have the harbor freight english wheel. Do you think this Baileigh wheel would be worth the upgrade?...
Honestly, Id look at Baileigh.
Planishing hammer: http://metal.baileighindustrial.com/planishing-hammer-ph-24a
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