Scenes from our March meeting:
Our March meeting was held in the Greenbelt Community
Center's Gymnasium. Talk about a roomy venue!
I'm not sure what naughty behaviour Norman exhibited,
but he wound up relegated to the far corner.
For many of us model car builders, getting one of our
models published in a magazine is a far greater reward
than winning a trophy. Dave Hebler's Chevy Sedan Delivery
appeared in coverage of the 2018 Philly NNL in the latest
edition of Scale Auto Magazine's Contest Annual.
This is the best part of any MAMA meeting: sharing thoughts,
ideas, techniques, and knowledge. This is especially good
when the sharing spans generations.
Dave Redzensky displayed these 1/43 scale diecasts by
Lyle Willits displayed the first five Revell 1932 Ford
models that he built in the 1996-97 time frame.
Look for a piece on this mini truck in the next club
newsletter as it was the VP's Pick of the meeting. JC
Reckner put a lot more work into it than most people realized.
Brad's latest acquisition. Can't wait to see this one finished and on the display table.
Someone showed off this very shiny pair of Danbury Mint
Here are some hot race cars from Danny Whiting.
JC showed off the 1959 Porsche 718 RSK F2 center-seater
kit from Dragon models.
I've heard of Urban Cowboys before, but this is the first
Suburban Cowgirl I've seen
Phil Lee showed these Mustangs along with a Ford duallie
pickup, car trailer, a Datsun, and a Pro-Street Beretta.
People really do have a good time at our meetings. Not
sure what got these guys to laughing so hard, but we're
pretty sure that no chemical substances were abused in
the making of this photo.
Rich Wilson showed his right-hand drive Toyota 2000
GT Roadster from the 1967 James Bond movie, "You
Only Live Twice."
Steve Buter displayed his El Camino and some "Painted
Rich Meany had a lot of resin bodies and parts for sale.
Sometimes what people use to carry their models is as interesting as the models themselves. Here's Kevin Kovach's model transport box.
Looks like Steve was launching into the chicken dance.
Whomever displayed this 1/32 scale hauler did a nice, clean job.
As always, there was the non-stop talking about model
Dave Schmitt's project is progressing at a rapid pace.
Matt wins honors for being the first member to wear shorts to a meeting this year.
This one looks ready for the sippy hole.
The raffle table was well stocked with desirable prizes.
The cookies didn't stand a chance with the group we had this month.
You can see a LOT more photos of our March meeting at: