Of course I kid, I make my home under the Bus or in the Dog House one way or the other. That's a great work station Illini! Well stocked and very organized. I see all kinds of cool things going on... turquoise, butternut yellow, standard white, three stages of polish with flap wheels...and most importantly....good note taking being practiced. It's nice to hear that you're not procrastinating anymore and giving it a go. :thumbsup:Bill,
Didn't mean to throw you under the bus. Your Model Murdering thread is one of my favorites, and one of the reasons I joined. Got me to finally stop procrastinating, and try it myself. My workbench below.
I'll take it!!! Sold!!! RMMinty blue split window '63 corvette with a rear wheel well graft taken from an Aurora Riviera purchased on epay on June 23rd, second owner and gooped in with a blue Testor's compound made from a donor Dino, bought from a pile of scrap at a Bob Beer's show and Vibrator Jag found in a garage on 3rd street at a neighborhood garage sale. Windshield actually from a yellow split window from my neighbor Jimmy, who punched me when I was eight and stole my sheet of hop up decals and red racing oil. Bumpers re-chromed at metal tech and lights painted using NOS aurora factory paint.