Friday, June 12, 2015

Flashback Friday - Martin Wiles

Model Living

Even though they were popular when I was growing up, putting one together wasn’t on my list of things to do. 

I’m sure technology has dampened the model car industry, but it was once a booming business that interested millions of young boys. Putting model cars together required patience, time and the ability to understand complicated instructions. Having some mechanical knowledge about cars also helped. Super glue had been invented but wasn’t sold commercially like at present. Model car glue was required, and it took hours to dry. Many of the parts were small, making it difficult to fit them in the correct places. Read more...


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