David Green
David Green
@david-green
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Joined: Dec 9, 2020
Last seen: Jan 31, 2023
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RE: The 24 hours of Daytona starts in a few minutes

Rolex 24: Meyer Shank Racing wins again, leads Acura 1-2 Meyer Shank Racing scored its second consecutive victory in the Rolex 24 at Daytona with its...

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RE: EARLY MATCHBOX (Moko/Lesney/Matchbox)

65-A, Jaguar Mk.1 3.4 litre Sedan, 1/72 scale. Introduced 1959, discontinued 1961. Blue with black metal base and grey plastic wheels. No glass in ...

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RE: The ultimate litmus test!

I feel pretty much the same about dog poo.

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RE: Poll: Which '65? (1/28/2023)

In this case, the Buick Riviera is my choice. I just can’t warm up to that particular Thunderbird design.

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RE: (Pics) In memory of intergranular corrosion

In 1/25th scale but another example of rot, not Danbury or Franklin. This one is Polistil of Italy, a Jaguar E-Type. Not out of the box until just no...

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RE: Solving Problems.

@frank Is that the law of diminishing returns, Frank?

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RE: Remembering PMA's Silver Arrow 300 SLRs.... [PIC]

What a fabulous series of models Rich. I bought quite a few of these but wish I had got them all. Mid 1950s is still my favourite era.

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RE: Rio No.17 1906 Mercedes Torpedo

That’s a very impressive model, Harv.

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RE: what is wrong with Jay Leno ?

Thanks for the information Chis. I did the same thing with a snowmobile several years ago. Again, a chain across an entry way without any flags or mar...

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RE: Poll: Which Chevrolet rear view? (1/27/2023)

1964, but I do prefer the 1955 to 1957 to any of these choices.

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RE: The Bburago Bugatti(s)... [PIC]

Certainly good value for money. I built several Bburago kits adding details and found that quite enjoyable back then.

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