Friday, February 24, 2012
Friday, March 11, 2011
The work bench has added a new Campbell's kit, "The Wharf". Norm's Landing was completed several months ago and is to the left and will be part of the "some day" waterfront scene. I always assemble wood kits before staining to insure the best glue bond of the parts.
Posted by Philip Anderson at 7:22 AM
Monday, January 24, 2011
Before I built up some Jordan Products Fords, considerable time was spent on the building roof. The Campbell strip shingles were cut at different lengths so individual shingles were a bit shorter for an uneven look. Because of the 1932 Ford I never got, my yard has plenty to choose from now. When I was an older teen, I had a 55 Oldsmobile that acquired a crack in a cylinder wall. Dad arranged a used engine from Demars and I installed it as a car was needed for attended Dunwoody Industrial Institute in Minneapolis MN. That was a good car that ran for several years and I regret ever selling it.
Posted by Philip Anderson at 9:54 PM