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john lewman

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Thanks for the feedback. And yes, oak is about as bulletproof as it can get.
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This is a shot of all four of the 1930 FBI and Gangster cars. PF-003.png  PF-004.png 
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This is a shot of all four of the 1930 FBI and Gangster cars. PF-003.png  PF-004.png 
These look great, a must have
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Hi John,

These look like you could back the ute over them, great design as usual.

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Raymond.
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great looking
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Hi John,
           I have just seen the final plans on your site they look fantastic. I will buy them and try and scale them down to the same scale as the Antique Show cars with 1½" wheels.

Keep up the great John and Cynthia.

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Raymond.
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nice car  1930
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John, thanks for bring them to market. I just bought them last night. 

I will be doing them at half scale.

Pix will be coming after it stops raining and it warms up a bit.


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