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Ok, would this be considered a Skeeter????
Topic Started: May 6 2015, 07:39 PM (674 Views)
Dr Kerry
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Model T, narrowed, bobbed in the rear, windows opened up. Edmonds chassis,
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Kustom Kar Kulture in Scale
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Ahh it's great to smell racing fuel in the morning!!!!!

Scaleavenue http://scaleavenue.myfastforum.org/index.php
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Hondo
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:))) :)))
Looking good, DK.
Kinda has that Kansas/Texas/Oklahoma super look to it.
(BUT, that's only an observation. Not trying to be critical at all, Sir)
You're pretty close.
Here's Ron/"Pops" "Skeeter" photo page......... Check it out.

http://s17.photobucket.com/user/RonR1025/l...s?sort=3&page=1


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Jim
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IAracefan
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Looks like a skeeter to me! :)))
Kevin
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carl
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:))) Looks like a skeeter to me good job so far rlr
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Dr Kerry
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Thanks gents, at least I know I'm on the right path with it then.
Kustom Kar Kulture in Scale
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Ahh it's great to smell racing fuel in the morning!!!!!

Scaleavenue http://scaleavenue.myfastforum.org/index.php
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