Hi from the UK

Hi from the UK

Postby 57peppershaker on Thu Mar 10, 2016 4:39 pm

Hi Gents

Im Steve from Kent in England. Not a 1:1 firefighter just into 1:25 emergency stuff, tho mainly Police cars (hey dont shoot me down guys lol)
Ive been into model cars for 30 odd years which lead to 1:1 american cars. Currently got a 57 Chevy (1st yank I bought) & a GMC Silverado but along the way Mustangs, Camaros & Caprices.

I look forward to catching up & joining in the threads and hopefully adding to them.

Steve 8-)
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby Modelmaker on Fri Mar 11, 2016 12:32 am

Hello Steve, A Hearty Midwest Cheesehead Welcome to the House. I look forward to seeing some examples of your work....Gary ( in Brookfield Wi, 14 miles West of Milwaukee.
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby maxwell48098 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 4:24 pm

Hi Steve,

Welcome to The House.

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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby chariots of fire on Sat Mar 19, 2016 12:06 am

Welcome from New England! Look forward to seeing some of your builds. We won't throw you out for building police cars! Just make it a red one once in a while! :)
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby Robbo on Sat Mar 19, 2016 2:24 am

Hi there Steve and welcome from another commonwealth country, down under, South Australia. The Scale Firehouse is a great place to share model interests.

Cheers from Robbo.
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