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14. October at 13:25:46 Share

September 30, 2019

Tim Heimer now follows Jon Bryon
30. September at 13:18:28 Share
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Bill Newcomer Late to the party. But now following.
29. September at 01:07:34
Bob Hall We were wonder what was taking you so long ! Figured you turned to the Dark Side and started Building Toyota's and Subaru's and whatnot ! LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
29. September at 02:34:37
Bill Newcomer Except for 1 Jag that I got for free, I don't own any furrin' kits. Though this looks interesting... Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R KPGC110 (Aoshima 053492, 1:24)

1:24 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R KPGC110 (Aoshima 053492)
29. September at 06:24:25
29. September at 07:32:34
Tim Heimer That is sharp looking!
29. September at 13:48:20
Tim Heimer Bob. keep in mind that I'm doing 4 of these cars in different aspects, Making a lot of custom parts to make each one different as well as some of the same parts for each one, That and I'm starting to hate body work! LOL. No foreign cars here! LOL
29. September at 13:53:32
Peter Hardy They are ALL foreign cars Timothy!
30. September at 01:31:51
Tim Heimer That's a matter of where you live Peter!
30. September at 02:20:31
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September 12, 2019

Tim Heimer added a new project.
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12. September at 22:19:06 Share
Tim Heimer I was given this kit from my local hobby shop to replicate this cars fate! I beam included!
12. September at 22:30:16
Bob Hall Sweet ! One of my favorite episodes !
12. September at 22:34:03
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1:16 '55 Chevrolet Nomad (AMT 1005)
 
'55 Chevrolet Nomad
AMT 1:16
1005
2016 | Changed ???
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12. September at 22:25:39 Share

August 19, 2019

Tim Heimer added a new photoalbum.
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Project: Dominator
1:16 Dodge Charger Street Machine (MPC MPC768/06)1:16 "General Lee" Dodge Charger (MPC MPC752/06)
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Tim Heimer Thank you for the compliment on this one of a kind project! There has been a lot of custom things on this one so I'm hoping not to disappoint. Also I'm sure munky would agree! I have 3 ,maybe 4 more 1/16's I'm working on at the same time, so don't worry! LOL
4. August at 19:28:19
Munkyslut Tim's done shitloads of custom mods, some are slight others are a bit epic, great job all round tho ;)
4 at once? I get confused doing a single project....
4. August at 19:36:57
Spanjaard looking good Tim :)
7. August at 15:14:47
Tim Heimer I'm trying, thank you.
7. August at 17:21:31
Martin Oostrom You're not trying, you're doing.
7. August at 18:56:13
Lode Schildermans It's better and better with each photo. Nice work on that engine, Tim. Really nice detailed and modified
7. August at 20:02:34
Tim Heimer I thank you both for the kind words! This is kind of like the General Lee but upped a few levels because of the grill and body work needed as well as other things.
8. August at 01:57:08
Mike DeSorbo Nice work! Great detail.
19. August at 08:40:00
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August 18, 2019

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August 11, 2019

Tim Heimer now follows Neuling
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July 28, 2019

Tim Heimer added a new project.
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Ideas
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26. July at 00:38:19 Share
Bob Hall 58 Plymouth Fury "Christine" .
26. July at 03:15:38
Tim Heimer And another car buff that knows his stuff! I threw this up for our Mopar nut for a tease!
26. July at 12:51:31
Munkyslut Yeah one of my favourite films, car or not, proper good modern horror movie ;)
The 318 "poly" casting was huge, same size as a big block & in proper demand by purists now.
The dual quad intake option was a bit overkill but they were pretty stout motors, the early Torqueflite transmission was good for stop light drag strip action.
I'd love to see a version built as the 'fire car' that murdered the arsehole Buddy Reperton after destroying his Camaro in the garage fire scene.
26. July at 14:04:48
Munkyslut You have great taste in plastic Tim ;)
26. July at 14:06:04
Tim Heimer If I did the fire scene ….it would only last for a few minutes! LOL
26. July at 14:50:01
Bob Hall Did you ever hear of "Miss Belvedere" a 1957 Plymouth the people of Tulsa OK buried in the ground in 1957 as a time capsule and dug up in 2007 ? Was a failure, but was an interesting story.

https://allpar.com/history/auto-shows/time-capsule.html
26. July at 17:22:12
Tim Heimer Ya I saw all of that when they dug it up. needless to say...interesting, at least it didn't turn out like the movie Knowing!
26. July at 17:41:20
Munkyslut I remember that Bob! I was amazed at the absolute shit conditions it was kept in, why not make it watertight, could've been so much more impressive.
26. July at 18:44:16
James C This is an awesome idea Tim. I love the lighting!

I've read the book several times and even have the movie on VHS and DVD!
While the movie was pretty cool... I just wish it followed the plot line of the book a little closer.
28. July at 23:10:39
Munkyslut I'm with you all the way James!
The book was brilliant & the film left me a bit underwhelmed to be honest, could've been so much more.....
28. July at 23:28:11
Tim Heimer I have to admit I never read the book, I think if I had things would've tied in better for me. I did read or see where a lot of things were left on the cutting room floor because of the time issue and that some of it would have helped the movie.
28. July at 23:57:57
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25. July at 17:58:45 Share
Munkyslut Interior tub is awesome mate! No pistol grip shifter?
25. July at 18:24:11
Tim Heimer Munky you're pushing it! LOL
25. July at 18:46:37
Munkyslut Haha! Looks the bizzo anyway, trunk & trunk lid are awesome details ;)
25. July at 19:14:20
Tim Heimer The side mirrors aren't stock either.
25. July at 22:43:46
Munkyslut They are 72-74 only mirrors, the base is slightly longer ;) Same for E bodies
25. July at 23:00:56
Tim Heimer So I did pretty good? It takes me several molds and making several parts to try to get things right. The heads, intake and mirrors took me quite a while, while other things I can copy. I just ordered a 1/16th coil, just to see how close the ones I made were, well I was about 3-4 mm off on length. not bad.
26. July at 00:30:30
Tim Heimer Just so you know I'm going to use the SE grill and not try to copy that one! LOL I had enough with making the 70 grill for the F&F car.
26. July at 00:32:29
Munkyslut I had a 71 Charger with the hidden headlight option & the chrome surround is the same.
The quad lights wouldn't be hard for a man of your talents ;)
26. July at 09:04:08
Bill Newcomer Tim, I like the detail you are putting into it.
28. July at 22:32:29
Tim Heimer Thanks Bill, I've temporarily put it to the side and now putting time in on the F&F and DMCL cars. I'll get the interiors done on those and maybe a bit more and then I'll get back to this one. Since these kits come with no exhaust that will be oh so much fun! LOL
28. July at 23:04:04
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July 26, 2019

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Project: Which movie car is this?
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26. July at 00:39:18 Share
Chris Parsons Hmmmmm confused....in the movie Christine was a 2 door but a 4 door in the book? This looks to have dual 4's but no valve covers I've ever seen on a Chrysler product. The cluster definitely looks like Christine though.....ya, I agree, Christine
26. July at 04:12:54
Tim Heimer That's O.K. in the movie they used Belvidere's and Fury's. Valve covers are painted per factory specs, the model came with incorrect intake, carb and air cleaner, so that was modified to fit movie. I also posted a pic of the dash lit up also, hence the wires. Good knowledge on your part!
26. July at 12:47:55
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July 25, 2019

Tim Heimer added a new project.
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1:16 Dodge Charger Street Machine (MPC MPC768/06)
 
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Tim Heimer 73 Charger update
25. July at 18:20:29
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July 20, 2019

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1:16 Dodge Charger Street Machine (MPC MPC768/06)
 
Dodge Charger Street Machine
MPC 1:16
MPC768/06
1974 | New tool
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July 17, 2019

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Donald Dickson II Wowzers! Very nice!
25. June at 00:15:23
Bob Hall NICE !
25. June at 02:18:23
Christian W The engine Looks awesome!
15. July at 10:00:59
Tim Heimer Thanks Christian, much appreciated! I've put this one on hold a bit and went back to some others that I put on hold. OMG I'm getting that incomplete molders illness! Help! LOL
15. July at 12:24:33
Christian W I know, I know. My cabinet has a lot of started model kits. Too much :D. The modellers life *lol*
15. July at 20:17:15
Martin Oostrom I try to prevent that, by starting a new kit once in a while.....
15. July at 20:20:41
15. July at 20:28:41
Bill Newcomer I like the screenshot background concept. I may attempt it for my "Jack Reacher" Chevelle. (Though I have never seen the movie)
17. July at 05:17:45
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July 16, 2019

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1:16 "General Lee" Dodge Charger (MPC MPC752/06)
 
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Tim Heimer Some of those colors are making a come back lately!
12. July at 00:46:52
Bob Hall I know ! It makes seeing them easier to see and pull over, I've given dozens of tickets to the lead footed folks of Texas !
12. July at 00:51:19
Donald Dickson II In on this one.
12. July at 01:28:07
Tim Heimer LOL Bob! I'm staying out of Texas now that I know you're out there! LOL
12. July at 01:36:05
Chris Parsons Best... maybe weirdest part was how the charger ran all through the move and turned into a Torino the instant it hit the train!
16. July at 04:07:28
Tim Heimer Not the pictures I have. I know on Vanishing point when it hit the bulldozers it turn into another car. In fact I read how they did the train scene with pulleys and a cable under the tracks to get the shot. They did screw up and used a 68 for a chase scene. Check this out https://imdb.com/title/tt0071424/trivia?ref_=tt_trv_trv Although there is a debate on weather it was Citron yella or Sublime green.
16. July at 04:14:55
Bob Hall Yeah ! Vanishing Point it was a Camaro at the end, Not sure about the Torino.
16. July at 05:46:45
Tim Heimer O.k there's the pic of the train crash, That my friends is a charger.
16. July at 13:25:19
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Thomas Kirschbaum Very Very nice! Respect :)
8. July 2018 at 20:55:32
Bill Newcomer Congratz on completing such an ambitious project!
13. March at 23:18:19
Lode Schildermans Timothy, fantastic to see this beauty done. An marvelous diorama of an epic series when I was a kid. Very well done
14. March at 06:27:54
Tim Heimer Thank you lode. when I went yo that model show a few weeks ago I brought that in to show the guy who makes the cases for me to see and had 3 people who wanted to buy it, especially after I played the sound clip for them.
14. March at 13:46:39
Dominik Weitzer Well done - with a lot of scretch building!
16. July at 05:54:29
Munkyslut Excellent work, so much detail & all the more impressive for being mostly scratch built.
Bet it looks incredible on display ;)
16. July at 07:07:06
Slavo Hazucha Very, very nice - a lot of trouble taken, but for a result not seen every other day Great details & work on the base and pose

Now the elongated square box clearly calls for 2 more to join it - a mid-flight & landing diorama sections in the future? ;)
16. July at 11:52:26
Tim Heimer Thanks Dominik and Slavo for the kind comments! Slavo, LMAO too funny!
16. July at 13:21:53
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July 14, 2019

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1:35 M40 Big Shot (AFV Club AF35031)
 
M40 Big Shot U.S. 155mm Gun Motor Carriage
AFV Club 1:35
AF35031
2004 | New tool
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July 11, 2019

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1:16 Dodge Charger Street Machine (MPC MPC768/06)
 
Dodge Charger Street Machine
MPC 1:16
MPC768/06
1974 | New tool
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July 5, 2019

Tim Heimer started this item
1:25 1971 Dodge Charger R/T (AMT 678)
 
1971 Dodge Charger R/T
AMT 1:25
678
2010 | Changed box
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5. July at 17:11:53 Share
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1:25 1971 Dodge Charger R/T (AMT 678)
 
1971 Dodge Charger R/T
AMT 1:25
678
2010 | Changed box
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July 2, 2019

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27. June at 14:43:07 Share
Tim Heimer Again Revell disappoints me with the lack of thought put into this model. They come so close to a great kit and then give up.
27. June at 14:55:43
Martin Oostrom The blue looks very nice. What are the issues?
29. June at 13:11:04
Tim Heimer The Decal sheet is grossly inadequate! Engine compartment and exhaust are generically cheesy. It's an o.k kit but I've seen better from Revell.
29. June at 13:58:16
Munkyslut Good choice of subnet, I'm a massive Mopar E body fan, don't get much better than a 71 Hemi 'Cuda tho.
I see what you mean about the Revell moulding faults tho, that front grille & head light surround just doesn't look right.
29. June at 16:20:06
Bill Newcomer I agree about the headlight rings. It makes them look like binoculars. If I remember correctly, I installed mine setback some to lessen the effect. 1971 Sublime Hemi Cuda | Album by musclecarfan
29. June at 16:36:18
Tim Heimer O.k more pics coming tomorrow. Included will be finished dash with decals and turn signal lever, engine with plug wires and alternator bracket, core support and radiator with overflow hose, battery with hold down clamp. Have yet to install rear side windows, antenna, hood pins & wire, and other things. Getting close to finishing.
1. July at 21:37:44
Chris Greathouse Love the color, I look forward to more pictures :D
1. July at 21:41:32
Lode Schildermans awesome painting, Tim
1. July at 21:46:31
Dan C The problem with this kit is that its actually an older Monogram simplified 1/24 (re-boxed as Revell in this case)...… Revell has a Newly tooled 1/25 Cuda that is a lot more accurate.
2. July at 16:13:52
Tim Heimer I can see how that makes sense!
2. July at 19:21:55
Bob Hall Cool Ride ! That rear end looks like a Beast !
2. July at 19:32:03
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June 25, 2019

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11. May at 21:34:02 Share
Nathan Dempsey Nice! It glows as well, very cool!
11. May at 21:41:06
Tim Heimer Thank you Nathan! The last 2 releases in this series are glow in the dark, the first 3 were not. Now I wait until next year for the last 2 in the series. I forgot to take a pic of the moving arm in the other position! I guess the pirate saying is true! LOL!
11. May at 22:00:53
Holger Kranich Arr arr, you bloody modelers! 8)
12. May at 04:25:34
Tim Heimer A lot of teenagers weren't able to see the pirates of the Caribbean because......it was rated ARR! LOL
12. May at 04:58:54
Chris Greathouse That was bloody awesome mate! Great!
12. May at 05:09:29
Tim Heimer I hope you were talking about the model and not the joke! Actually...both would be entertaining! LOL Thanks!
12. May at 13:48:37
Martin Oostrom Polly wants a cracker!
Very nice job on the dio. It's easy to overdo the glow in the dark stuff but you restrained yourself admirably
24. June at 18:21:48
Peter Hardy This stuff you do Tim, it's brilliant!
25. June at 06:18:09
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24. June 2018 at 21:48:08 Share
Lode Schildermans Timothy, why didn't you show this beauty before?
24. June 2018 at 21:51:20
Tim Heimer This was I've been working on lately, Hopefully it will hit 50 Mph! Yours has more detail! LOL
24. June 2018 at 21:54:46
Spanjaard cool!
27. June 2018 at 08:56:29
Martin Oostrom That won't get lost easily on Lake Michigan. I like the colours!
27. June 2018 at 08:58:45
Tim Heimer I had to show lode my ship building skills. His still look better but they won't go very fast! LOL. And yes I wanted to make sure I couldn't miss it in the water! But thanks for the comments guys!
27. June 2018 at 13:40:55
Lode Schildermans You're completely wrong, Timothy. My ships are going very slow :)
27. June 2018 at 13:55:13
LUCA IFV WOW!
27. June 2018 at 17:26:48
Martin Oostrom Did you try it? What's the max speed?
24. June at 18:22:34
Tim Heimer I have tried it and need to get back to it. It's going too fast for the set up to where I've had to move things forward 3 times now due to it blowing over at full speed. I have a little more work to do before trying it again. I think I'm going to have find another local lake that's bigger because I run out of room fairly quick.
24. June at 20:53:21
Martin Oostrom :D
I've got a pond for you, it's called the North Sea ;)
24. June at 21:09:35
Tim Heimer LOL! I've got a friend north of me who lives on the chain of lakes I should go see, at least he's closer! LOL!
24. June at 22:11:30
Peter Hardy I got a bath tub!
25. June at 06:16:47
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June 24, 2019

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1. May at 02:23:45 Share
Martin Oostrom Interesting, but what is the rubberband and spring used for?
24. June at 18:18:38
Tim Heimer These are action models with moving parts, most of them have a moving arm. I have used a spring in it because of the crap one they give you as well as the spring won't dry rot!
24. June at 20:35:19
Martin Oostrom The poor bloke lost one eye and closed the other one while in combat. He won't last long :D
24. June at 21:13:47
Peter Hardy That's bloody terrific Tim! Beard done very well! Looks like a much younger version of yourself on the way to a Pirates and Whores party! Done a very neat job on the skull and x bones too. Good job young man! The next question is do you have any more quieted away?
24. June at 21:16:20
Martin Oostrom Shouldn't that be a Wench?

What does a Wench do? It's a wrench without the R, it'll squeeze you out of your money!
24. June at 21:19:13
Tim Heimer Good point martin on the eye issue! I wasn't paying attention to that, too funny they made it that way! Wrenches, wenches!, they both cost money! LOL
24. June at 22:16:13
Peter Hardy Both can be fun, but one costs more than the other?
24. June at 23:22:01
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June 22, 2019

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1:24 '71 Plymouth Hemi Cuda (Revell 85-2943)
 
'71 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Revell Muscle
Revell 1:24
85-2943
2012 | Changed decals
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June 16, 2019

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1:16 '34 Ford Coupe (Revell 7474)
 
'34 Ford Coupe Street Rod
Revell 1:16
7474
1988 | New tool
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16. May at 17:18:28 Share
Munkyslut Haven't seen that one before.... can't wait to see your build
15. June at 22:53:13
Tim Heimer This one might be a while! It was about 75% done as the ZZtop eliminator car when a window feel on it! Haven't touched it since. It sets you back when shit like that happens!
16. June at 02:12:30
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1:16 Shelby Cobra 427 (AMT/ERTL 6422)
 
Shelby Cobra 427
AMT/ERTL 1:16
6422
1990
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16. May at 17:18:44 Share
Munkyslut I love the big scale kits! Keep it coming.....
15. June at 22:51:20
Tim Heimer It might pick that one back up after the corvette is done. Thanks!
16. June at 02:09:46
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June 15, 2019

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1:25 40ft. Reefer (AMT T507)
Fruehauf
40ft. Reefer "Watkins"
AMT 1:25
T507
1971 | Changed parts
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June 12, 2019

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24. May at 18:35:11 Share
Christian W Doesn't matter, what you'll going to do: I'm on it. Will you use the Revell Corvette or AMT?
10. June at 22:01:43
Tim Heimer The Revell. I just ran out of black paint, so that's on hold. The engine/ compartment is complete with add on's from reference pics. It's almost done. I'm doing this because the show Lucifer and will have a back drop on the display case.
11. June at 14:23:01
Christian W That sounds quite interesting! Looking forward to see some pics some day.
11. June at 19:39:58
Tim Heimer Coming soon!
12. June at 02:00:03
Gordon Sørensen Wife and I just started watching Lucifer on Netflix. His 'Vette in gloss Black does look great!
12. June at 12:26:54
Tim Heimer Great car, great show. Season 5 was just confirmed as the last season.
12. June at 13:38:44
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June 7, 2019

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Christian W This is nice! What rims are that? They looking very good on the woody! I lilke the Color. Looks really fresh to the Wood.
7. June at 04:10:27
Chris Greathouse That is so rad!!! Love it all!
7. June at 04:12:42
James C Very nice Tim
7. June at 04:14:54
Tim Heimer Christian, it's been so long I don't recall, sorry.
7. June at 12:44:49
Neuling Very nice car!
7. June at 14:18:34
Tim Heimer Thank you guys, much appreciated! Hardly anyone has seen it in 4 yrs.
7. June at 19:41:05
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1:25 1962 Corvette Roadster 2 'n 1 (Revell 85-4277)
1962 Chevrolet Corvette C1
US Civil Private
62VETTE | Illinois
 
24. May at 18:39:13 Share
Tim Heimer I am replicating the car used on the TV show Lucifer.
24. May at 18:40:19
Christian W Here I'm gonna to be a spectator.
7. June at 04:07:02
Bob Hall Sweet !
7. June at 04:08:42
Tim Heimer I gotta start posting pics of this! Sorry
7. June at 12:42:11
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May 16, 2019

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1:25 1962 Corvette Roadster 2 'n 1 (Revell 85-4277)
 
1962 Corvette Roadster 2 'n 1 Special Edition
Revell 1:25
85-4277
2012 | New tool
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May 11, 2019

Tim Heimer completed this item
1:12 Shining spoils the scallywag (Lindberg/Round2 HL614)
Jolly Roger series
Shining spoils the scallywag
Lindberg/Round2 1:12
HL614
1970 | Changed box
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May 8, 2019

7. May at 15:07:57 Share
Tim Heimer Thank you, I like all that you do, keep up the good work mate!
8. May at 00:59:17
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May 2, 2019

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Completed
1:12 Freebooter's last leg (Lindberg/Round2 HL613)
 
1. May at 02:17:40 Share
Tim Heimer I'm having fun with these kits!
1. May at 02:47:33
Michael Hickey Awesome.
1. May at 03:52:13
Tim Heimer Thank you Michael, not many people like these. I just noticed I have no pics with the arm down, oops!
1. May at 13:20:44
Michael Hickey It's always good to build something that isn't as serious as the rest of what you build, I think it lets you enjoy the hobby more. :)
2. May at 11:59:56
Tim Heimer I never thought of it that way, but that is true! It's kind of like letting your inner child out to play!
2. May at 12:35:08
Munkyslut Kool as kan be!
2. May at 12:46:42
Michael Hickey That's what I'm doing in conjunction with my SLT-56 & trailer build, I was going to be all correct and that but then I got an idea. ;)
2. May at 13:18:15
Tim Heimer The, Hey what if kicked in! Imagination is great in model building as well in real life!
2. May at 15:31:04
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May 1, 2019

Tim Heimer completed this item
1:12 Freebooter's last leg (Lindberg/Round2 HL613)
Jolly Roger series
Freebooter's last leg
Lindberg/Round2 1:12
HL613
1970 | Changed box
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April 18, 2019

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1:12 Freebooter's last leg (Lindberg/Round2 HL613)
Jolly Roger series
Freebooter's last leg
Lindberg/Round2 1:12
HL613
1970 | Changed box
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March 25, 2019

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1:350 USS BB-63 Missouri 1991 (Tamiya 78029)
 
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Peter Hardy Timmy's getting grumpy!
20. March at 21:17:44
Tim Heimer Peter, you think? I was hoping to do some ship building, not shit building. LOL! Twice I came close to deep sixing the project but then realized how much money would be going with it!
21. March at 01:11:10
Tim Heimer No smooth sailing here!
21. March at 01:11:44
Peter Hardy Weekend is coming up. Might have a chat eh? We are both "all at sea" with our "current" projects!
21. March at 01:16:37
Tim Heimer I should be here! Besides it's been a while since our last chat.
21. March at 13:25:34
Tim Heimer Captains log: Ship building with PE is like going to church, You sit quietly and pay attention, they you scream out Jesus's name when a piece of PE goes somewhere, you then get on your knees and try to find it as you pray, then you sit back down regardless weather you found it or not. you either thank God, or continue on, then you repeat the process!
25. March at 02:13:33
Peter Hardy Ohh, so true! Including banging my balding head under the work bench on the way out!!
25. March at 04:47:48
Lode Schildermans Amen to that
25. March at 06:03:26
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Tim Heimer and Bill Newcomer are now mates.
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1:350 USS BB-63 Missouri 1991 (Tamiya 78029)
 
USS BB-63 Missouri 1991 (Includes PE & Booklet)
Tamiya 1:350
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2012 | Changed parts
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1:350 USS BB-63 Missouri 1991 (Tamiya 78029)
 
USS BB-63 Missouri 1991 (Includes PE & Booklet)
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2012 | Changed parts
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