The Living Word International Christian Church at 16819
New Hampshire Avenue in Silver Spring, Maryland is seeking
American Muscle Car models to display alongside military,
aircraft, armor, ships, figures, and dioramas on Sunday
November 11. The display will follow a service to honor
American Veterans and a Salute to the US Armed Forces
which will include observing a moment of silence at 11:11
to honor the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice ending
World War One. If you would like to display your American
Muscle Car models email Joe
Bles of the National Capitol Model Soldier Society.
Scenes from our October meeting:
Rich Wilson customized this slick Shelby 427 Cobra.
Here are the rest of the models that Rich displayed.
Tom Jerow built this beautifully weathered Rothmans Racing
Honda. It's coloful cowling is partly visible in the background.
I never did find out who built this clean Monogram Blue
Steve Buter displayed this 1937 Ford Gasser and driver figure.
Jim Maness recently finished building an accurized replica
of the real Dukes of Hazzard star. Based on a Revell 1969
Charger, this build shares only the decals and wheels
from the AMT kit.
Here an exciting pair of Gassers.
Harold Bradford, aka Brad, displayed this somewhat expensive
large-scale Model Factory Hiro kit of the Roger Penske
Enterprizes Porsche 917/30 that was driven to the 1973
Can-Am Champion by Mark Donohue.
As usual we are very grateful for the many prizes from
several donors filling our raffle table.
What to choose, what to choose? One lucky raffle winner
ponders which item to select as his prize.
This 1969 Camaro featured billet aluminum wheels and
safety belt details.
As always, whenever you put model car builders in a room
together, they find plenty to talk about.
Praying at the Model Car Altar? Nope, that's just our
founder, Norman Veber, getting detailed close-up photos
of a very nicely made die-cast Ferrari.
Secretary and News Letter editor Tim Sickle also pens
a regular column for Poncho
Perfection magazine. Here's his latest featuring MAMA's
30th Anniversary celebration from the October meeting.
This month's cookies came with a Halloween theme. Thanks
to treasurer Matt Guilfoyle for once again feeding our
You can see a LOT more photos of our September Anniversary
Celebration meeting at: