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      Hey kids, I really need a blower for my flattie deuce project....preferably a SCOT for that old timey feeling. I will be assembling the T I have been working on when I get home....hopefully. Then it's on to the deuce coupe. chop, chop...cut, cut....z, z....channel, channel. Gawd I wish I had more time to model. oh, well.
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  1. Don Garrett's Avatar Asst. Administrator
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    I have a couple of them but thet are missing the back cover plate.
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    cool, I don't really know what the back plate looks like, but maybe it looks like the front plate without the pulley drive? I guess I look up in cyberland. I haven't noticed Mr. Dan on much, is he Okay, and just busy, or is he still on the mend? You guys kinda kick started me back into 1/8 scale....was feeling kinda tired of working on the Pocher f40 model with the autograph transkit. It is very slow and tedious. With the deuce and t a person can use their imagination more, cuz you're not building an exact replica of a supercar. I have an Alpha Romeo that I may get creative with...or would that be sacriligous?


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    BigN, I'll post a pic of the blowers as soon as I get a chance...I'll double check and see if I have a rear cover kickin' around in the parts box. If not, you shouldn't have much trouble making one. If you want one email me your name and addy info, no charge other than postage.
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