Sorry to hear that. I always look forward to seeing all the people there.Bob Beers and I had all intentions of going to the show but wont be able to make it this time.Bob can't make it and it's tough for me to drive that far alone.I need a driver.Thanks Tom Stumpf See you next show
Your corner just won't be the same! You'll both be missed.Bob Beers and I had all intentions of going to the show but wont be able to make it this time.Bob can't make it and it's tough for me to drive that far alone.I need a driver.Thanks Tom Stumpf See you next show
Dragula,Do you have any T-jet 66 Chevy II bodies or cars?LMK
Hey guys, I use basically the same method, but instead of the wire wheel or an abrasive wheel, I use a rubberized polishing wheel. They work much better than a wire or abrasive wheel, as they remove much less material and polish the shoe at the same time. Which is a good thing. I do have the mandrels and wheels available on my website in various grits from extra fine to coarse. A complete set of grits and a mandrel will set you back only a few bucks.I will be there set up and selling. I am sorry to hear that you will not be there Tommy. :-( I will have my usual bargain bins there along with some slot cars. Hope to see you all there. Oh yeah, I will be there with a "new helper" so be kind to him! It's his first time! He is a slot car show virgin!
It's a funny thing, I go there with nothing in mind to buy, but still manage to burn through the budget!.....which is why I never got to the wheels. Turnout seemed a little off at the spring show too, but still good.Hey, I had them (polishing wheels) in my parts boxes, but failed to sell even one wheel. I was really disappointed in the turnout at this show. Maybe it was the football game! Maybe it was because the three Amigo's were not there! I still had a real good time seeing old friends and those two trouble makers from Canada! Can't wait for the next one!