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... thank you ...





Thank you my friend.

Glad you like them ... more on the way.

... best of times to you ...
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Jeffrey



 

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Good Show Jeff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The add ons for the Jada COE look just right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

--CadillacPat the UnCustomizer--
Keeping the ZING in CustomiZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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... and a'one, and a'two ...




Fellas ... in the words of Lawrence Welk (who ????),

"t'ank yuu ... t'ank yuu for dat a'luvly gesture.
yuur compl'ment'a make me feel vewy nice'a.

Now for da next'a numb'r ... and a'one, and a'two."


... just being my usual silly self ...
:D :D




Please be aware that the green factory
paint-job seen above is being replaced.

... thank you for the praise ...
Jeffrey



 

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... thank you ...




Thank you very much 'bob'.

About the 'BIRD ... it was already chromed
by Mattel ... it's one of their RLC re-releases.

When I removed the factory paint, all I needed
to do was to further buff the finish (very very very
carefully ... so as not to expose the copper-flash below).

I'll post a new detailed thread about the 'BIRD ... and my
other favorite SPOILER, my version of a SUGAR CADDY.


 

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... very glad to be here ...




Thank you kindly 'Stang'.

Sure am glad to be here.
'69Stang' ?? ...does that mean
you favor Mustang castings ????

If so, soon I'll post my '71 Mustang wip.
A version of my favorite 'STANG generation.


 

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Welcome aboard Jeffrey. I'm diggin all your stuff. You do really good work and that T-Bird is smokin hot. I can't say that I'm a big fan of the chrome look, but it just seems to fit that car to a T...no pun intended. Great job :thumbsup:
 

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Nope, my name comes from my real (ok former) 1:1 1969 coupe. Just sold it after it was hit a year ago or so. We have a garage of SN-95 platform cars we play with, so I think my vintage days (as an owner) are over.

And I do have to agree with Alex on this one, why the center type? I, like him, don't know that I will ever get used to that trait. But I do enjoy your work very much!
 

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... good input ... thank you ...



I thank each of you for your good input.

'Stang', it must've been difficult to part with
a 1969 coupe ... even though it had been hit.

As for my centered-format. Well, my wife (a fabulous artist)
started me on it. I'd already begun composing my poetry that way,
to which my publisher was very pleased. They said it had become my
signature-style. As an artist, I now compose a great deal of my work in
centered-cue. Many present venues leave too much empty side-margine-space.

Thus, my documents-formatting, and my pc-links are all defaulted to the center-cue
style ... which is now becoming more popular with many website designers and
top-name publishers. I'm surprised at how main-stream the centered-cue has
actually progressed, and how widely adopted. (There goes my uniqueness.)
:rolleyes:

Many members of other forums I'm part of tell me they like it.
So I've been centering the majority of my postings, unless
Standards-Accepted left or right justification is called for.

My apologies if it causes any confusion.

 

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WOW, no explanation needed here (and that was a thorough one), If you want to center, knock yourself out. I still wont get used to it but who cares? It truly makes no difference here. Were just glad you鈥檝e joined Hobby Talk and are posting some great customs for everyone to enjoy.

Sincerely,
Ward
 
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