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FINCH, ONT

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Kool glad to have you aboard from an X Scarberian now liveing in the far east of Ontario. Used to go to the JOHN PLAYERS SERIES in the late 60s and early70s



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TORONTO, ONT

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My car and model photos are here. Each album is titled according to the show or collection; just click on the album and the thumbnails will show, then click on the thumbnail to see the photo full size. There are about 25,000 photos there...see you in a few days :)

http://public.fotki.com/howardcohen/

 

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I have been around cars since I was 8 watching my cousin working on my uncle's car. I started building model cars when I was 11; started attending car shows at 13, displaying at 14, working with producers at 21; joined a race car club at 25 and started rallying and working at race tracks like Mosport; have been taking photos since the 60s and have a few thousand on my photo page.



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Welcome...I build a model from time to time, have about 50 unbuilt kits upstairs in the attic.......Lets see some of those pics......

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LINDSAY, ONT

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Welcome to the site! I also spent many hours building models... most are gone now, but I have a couple I've kept. I have a 1:18 scale die cast '65 Ford F-100 in pieces that I want to paint up as a replica of my truck. I really should get back to it and get it done! When I get a chance I'll check out your photos too! Cheers

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TORONTO, ONT

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I just added an avatar. No, that's not me. It's a cast resin gear shift knob. The basic casting is made in the U.S. I bought it and then painted it, starting with a white pearl base and then adding the various trim colours by hand. It stands about 6 inches tall and you can actually tap into the base and put it on your gear shift lever. I also have a few Rat Finks, in resin and plastic and some other decorative pieces that I sell from time to time. Now that you have stared at it, go take as cold shower :)



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Why is your hand on your shifter all the time?.....lol

Looks cool

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TORONTO, ONT

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It's a shifter knob...you have to grab it :)



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BELWOOD, ONT

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Welcome Howard,

Mind if I ask what you do for a living?

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I am a sales agent for an automotive warehouse.

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CAMPBELLFORD, ONT

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Welcome to the gang Picasso,cool shifter knob, looks like a Jimmy Flinstone?

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Buying selling and trading garage toys and big kid stuff.

 



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Picasso wrote:

I am a sales agent for an automotive warehouse.


 I know of another Howard Cohen that is an engineer I deal with from time to time but I figured he wasn't a car guy! Thanks!



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