Charles Rockett
Charles Rockett
@charles-rockett
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Joined: Jan 15, 2021
Last seen: Aug 12, 2022
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RE: Here's our map. You should be on it!

Please add me to your map, too: Paris, Fr.

3 months ago
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RE: A Model Dose 1/43... Tuesday 5/24/22

Hello John - it's been a while, and I hope you and everybody else at 'the zone' have been keeping well. This recent addition to your collection is sp...

3 months ago
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RE: An interesting aspect of the car hobby came up in a recent thread

Maybe some people take the view that these masterpieces will never be produced again and the closer to mint they keep them, the more they are doing a ...

2 years ago
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RE: LESS WE FORGET.

@sizedoesmatter & @david-green Guys, I think the point of the poster - as doubtless you know - is that you have some cool chick wives !

2 years ago
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RE: LESS WE FORGET.

Many thanks David, for your profound post. I work in fashion; in short, using style to sell product and I've been trying to get this message across f...

2 years ago
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RE: I can relate to this.......

@georgeschire Hi George, I must admit that ahead of cars, my first interest is in popular music and I've been avidly buying vinyl - non stop - since t...

2 years ago
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RE: Even 1/43 size, the 1958 Lincoln is a BIG car!

You are right, these two models are not '58s but besides the massive headlamp housings I believe the basic form remains little changed. The rear light...

2 years ago
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RE: Even 1/43 size, the 1958 Lincoln is a BIG car!

Here's a rear quarter angle which shows off its size and also the way the whole body seems to flare outwards towards those angled headlamps at the fro...

2 years ago
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RE: Brochures

@brush This is fabulous - thanks for sharing. I remember at school, during the 1970s we had a whole load of National Geographic magazines in the libr...

2 years ago
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RE: Poll: Which '60? (2/20-21/2021)

I love Imperial as a marque but to my eye 1958 to 1963 Imperials are unbridled excess personified, and whilst I'd agree the 59 Cadillac is surely exce...

2 years ago
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RE: I can relate to this.......

@jkuvakas In our early teens, my brother and I were told we had to find summer jobs during school vacations: a great lesson in life for any kid. I fou...

2 years ago
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RE: (Pics) 1952 Chrysler Imperial Newport

@renato-bardi Renato, your dioramas are seriously impressive. You've recreated a true feel for the U.S. high st. circa 1961 just like a Hollywood set...

2 years ago
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RE: From the Pages of "HEMMINGS CLASSIC CAR".

The second of the Wildcat series also influenced the 1954 Buick Skylark in rear end treatment. 1954 Wildcat II 1955 Wildcat III in design pro...

2 years ago
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RE: I can relate to this.......

I see exactly where you are with this and of course, the quality and freshness of ingredients are imperative. For me though - and whilst I enjoy cooki...

2 years ago
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RE: How do you spell H O B B Y ?

Hello George, Sadly, being a newby here, I missed seeing you in combative spirit and am pleased that you feel more content taking a relaxed approach...

2 years ago
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