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PatW

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About PatW

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  • Birthday 03/17/1948

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Buckingham UK
  • Interests
    Motor Racing. Silverstone Race & Airfield marshal for nearly 30 years.
    Modelmaking-Cars, Bikes,Trucks. All Civilian.

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  1. Thanks again TonyW, got the delivery today, superb book, plenty to see and read and understand who and which manufacturers were/weren't prepared to go out on a limb with such outlandish idea's! Here it is....................
  2. Again from good old ebay UK a used Monogram '29 Ford Roadster Pickup, just a few bits missing to make a whole one (a frontwheel & tyre) but two running board frames/two chassis/two bonnets/hoods etc, so plenty to build at least one and a half as soon as I find another front wheel & tyre!
  3. Someone tipped me off that a book was available on the art and design of Bill Campbell, the man who did the artwork for Hawk Weird-Oh Kits, that inspired the manufacturers to make those plastic kits................... It's £25.99 here in the UK and $39.99 in the USA. There are 700 illustrations in this book. Some are of kits that are made and some that were too complex to make but the artwork is in there too. Brilliant for those interested in Hawk kits. 192 pages all in colour.
  4. Thanks Vince1159, no more of this type at present, but still looking through the ebay lists.
  5. Thanks guys. Yes I've been looking at Jimmy Flintstones for some time, trying to find a UK importer as buying from the USA is expensive with the shipping costs and customs charges at this end. As a Meyers Manx collector (models) I did buy one of those from JF in resin and built a 4X4 offroader with it. Tarpit Toons look pretty good too!
  6. TonyW, I've ordered the book from Blackwells in Oxford, should be here by the end of this week! Thanks for tipping me off about it!
  7. Well TonyW, I've found the book on both Amazon and ebay so might buy one! Thanks for the tip. Well done TonyW it looks great well done!
  8. Thanks TonyW. Yes they are 'Groovy' kits. I built the Woody on Surfari kit last year..............................
  9. Super job, well done! I remember these when a marshall on various events in the day.
  10. Fantastic job! I saw these in the flesh when I first started marshalling at the Silverstone circuit in the day! And later in my marshalling days then on the Airfield at Silverstone we had regular meetings with Sir Jackie regarding the various safety aspects around the circuit.
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