Clifford Read
Clifford Read
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Joined: Dec 8, 2020
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RE: The "Adenauer"... [PIC]

My only modification to this CMC model was adding the more correct wide whitewalls for that era of Mercedes (1951-1957) CMC most likely copied a mus...

1 year ago
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RE: Member Locations, a new list!

Cliff Read Almonte, Ontario, Canada

1 year ago
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RE: (PICS)Three large survivor models finally Photographed

Thank-you, Chris, for the nice compliments. 40 Years ago, I just built most models box-stock, albeit with good paint. It's too long ago to remember t...

1 year ago
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RE: Second in the "relative to automotive" category brings us to large scale motorcycles.

FM's 1947 Harley Davidson Servi Car: FM's version came with some 'bling' including lots of chrome as well as orange pinstriping and trim. Servi Cars ...

1 year ago
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RE: Second in the "relative to automotive" category brings us to large scale motorcycles.

How about a relatively recent Vespa 150 ET4 scooter (AutoArt) and a 1948 Cushman Eagle from Unique Collectibles

1 year ago
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RE: Second in the "relative to automotive" category brings us to large scale motorcycles.

From an unknown (Tamiya, maybe?) diecast manufacturer: A 1966 Honda RC116. Found inexpensively on Ebay a decade or so ago. I knew nothing of these ...

1 year ago
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RE: Second in the "relative to automotive" category brings us to large scale motorcycles.

Ebbro's 1/10 Honda CR110.... a TT race inspired small displacement, high output racing bike from the early/mid '60s

1 year ago
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RE: Second in the "relative to automotive" category brings us to large scale motorcycles.

FM's Harley V-Rod: my favorite HD motorcycle. I realize that the V-Rod wasn't popular with traditional Harley riders, but that was the whole point......

1 year ago
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RE: 1/18 Dealer Edition 2021 Cadillac CT5 Sedan

Many thanks for the pics and info, Chris. I've just ordered one on Ebay from China. I do like these recent Cadillac sedans, and I'm sorry to see ev...

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RE: Join the Nickey Nouse Club.... [PIC]

Thank-you, Rich......The Reventlow Scarab was my all-time favorite sports racecar. The 1/18 models were quite expensive but, like you, I'd waited a ...

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RE: Jaguar Collecting in and around 1/43 Scale

A few other Jags in 1/43: Matrix Jaguar Ghia Supersonic (1954) Neo Jaguar Mark V (1948) Spark Jaguar XK 120 Roadster (1950) and coupe ...

1 year ago
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RE: A T-Bird from Ford, and in our scale.

@tedweller Red/white was one of the colors offered on that model from Motorhead a couple of years ago. I simply matched the red as best I could and ...

1 year ago
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RE: A T-Bird from Ford, and in our scale.

@tedweller With a bit of internal surgery to move the rear wheels moved out a bit, as well as the rear fender trim painted out

1 year ago
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RE: A T-Bird from Ford, and in our scale.

@john-quilter With some small modifications: white walls and foiled windshield posts

1 year ago
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RE: In the "relative to automotive" category there are two other popular large scale models made, motor cycles and engines. Here I am going to

A couple of 1/6 Ferrari motors by GMP: the 250 GT with engine sounds and shifter And the 312 PB....also with shifter and corresponding engi...

1 year ago
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