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Nice to see the guys again. Hey just throw them a piece of scrap cheese now and then...they don't eat much. Don't forget to put the shackles on them at night or they will jump in that project Vertable of yours while you are asleep and Joyride the Heck outta it.
Vrooooooooooooooom, vroooooooooooooooom....Screeeeeatch. Burn rubber not your soul.
Bought one of these heaps way back when....thought I saw some potential for mischeif....but it always seemed to wander from one end of the bench to the other.
Finally had the new Model Murdering goons stick a knife in this hog. Fer right er wrong lower is better around here. Bob found me this crew. Although they hail from corn fed Nebraska they're a little on the scrawny side...I told them they could fry up eat what ever fat they cut from this hog. FNG's are dumb.
Bob musta' had these poor fellows painting in his slotcar sweatshop nite and day. I gave them sharp swords and free reign to have their way.
Hungry buggers got right to it. With a few quick slices the glass was out and the rag lid was dispatched. Being that they are living dead, they seem to have a good feel for what's just above grade and slashed away the factory mounts.
Not bad for a bunch of ex-painters. They might be able to squeeze it a bit lower. She's got a pretty tall belt line which is not her most attractive attribute...but for once I can see enough room for more than a rudimentary interior. Wunder how the new Model Murdering goons are with upholstery?
Thanx to Randy and the Hill Top gang for getting me off the schneide on this one.
Verry interesting ! If Quentin Tarantino or Rob Zombie ever perused this website they could get some great movie Ideas !
I see you have been quite busy yourself, Bill! You get all these projects done and you are not retired? Man....you must have some excellent time management skills! I have been kept so entertained over your projects! The BTTF car will look as cool as Randys, I am sure. And it will be fun to put a pic of all 3 next to each other to look at.
I am very excited about the green panel, too! I don't think I have ever seen one with the full-on street roddization that you are planning. Keep up with the great work and entertaining pics!
That's is one impressive crew, bet they leave no bone unturned. Pretty good natured - looks like they have taken quite a ribbing around the shop. Handy with a socket set too, I'll bet. But they are obviously highly skilled at skull-pting new lines on your fine custom work. Just have to let them know that the driver's head works best attached to his body, even though it makes a great hood ornament. They look a little puny though, hope they're not sickly. Wouldn't want one of those guys to laspe into a coffin fit in the middle of some fancy bladework.
Comic book store skull shop helpers apply within...
Jeff those skull guys realy caught you imagin-a-tion man. I love adding a little fun to the works also. As "Eye" was reading your humorous post the laughter just excaped from inside and a ha,ha,ha came out.
If you need some wierd & wacked out ho shop help just look at your nearest Comic book store and you should find plenty as long as there are gammers in this world we slotters shall have lil' shop helpers. LOL
Do Your Best
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we have a few............hundred please note: the picture of Seth is only showing about 1/5th his actual monster army. you can ebay search these guys under the name horrorclix.
You are one cool daddy Ed! Thanks for posting up these pics as Seth looks like he has the perfect hobby for a boy his age....Zombies!
Those Wizard of OZ characters are just Sweet looking and Far Out man! That castle would have been great to have back when we were all kids. Heck some of us slot car Adults would like to have one of these castles, with Monsters, for a mid-life-crisis toy right now (*me holding up my hand*).
Seth is one Lucky kid and Bill Hall is also...har
Bill said, "I'm finally seeing a layout motiff where the Zombie overlords rule over the 'lil peoples."
Ed thanks a bunch for the Monster exchange this past month. I feel the need to hit the Comic Book store again soon.