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  • Richard (Private)
    10 months ago
    Hi, I'm the guy who put the salad bowl "bump" into the roof of the Francis Grant/Ray Heppenstall Ford GT-40 #29. I didn't know pictures of it existed! Thanks....
  • Jfseite (Private)
    2 years 10 months ago
    j'aurais besoin de vous joindre à propos de vos photos ligier Indycar
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    3 years 3 months ago
    love it. looking fro pictures of jerry oiiver . he raced a gold 1969 camaro at laguna seca T/A  #71 . at riverside it was raced as #43 . in 1971 he raced riverside T/A in same gold camaro #34 . I own this car and am trying to locate some history on it.Thank you John Smeltzer
  • MGTracer (Private)
    3 years 9 months ago
    Enjoy using your pictures for referances building and painting my slot cars!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    3 years 10 months ago
    Great Site. Thank you.
    • Gerry Höbelt (Private)
      3 years 10 months ago
      Great site, unbelievable. Trank you!
  • JACBROSS (Private)
    4 years 5 months ago
    Quelle extraordinaire documentation!Passionnant
  • Frank Dobias (Private)
    4 years 10 months ago
    Just wondering why the Trans-Am album is currently showing less photos than before. Enjoy seeing those photos from "The Golden Years of Trans-Am".
  • Rob Sanderson (Private)
    5 years 3 months ago
    Found your site from a comment on Randy Ayers' site. Looking for pictures of Don White's '69 Charger 500. Light yellow with black roof #3. Any idea if the roof # was yellow and if there was a # on the trunk lid.
  • tezza (Private)
    5 years 7 months ago
    great site with fabulous pictures-I'd like to express my gratitude for all your hard work and dilligence-particularly with the transam cars-thank you 
  • gt40fan-69 (Private)
    6 years 1 month ago
    Congratulations for the photos of the Ford GT40 and I send you a hug.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    6 years 3 months ago
    You have a great web site . I have been building model cars for 40+ years , and restored a few
    muscle cars . Your site is a great source of information , I have spent many enjoyable hours perusing
    your pictures.
    Thank you.
  • Philip Larsen (Private)
    6 years 5 months ago
    I am also a modelmaker and I am very pleased I found your site. Looking through your photos I found several of cars I'm working on or plan to work on which show views and details I would have had to make assumptions without seeing the real detai. I could look at your pictures for hours. Actually I probably have already.

    Thank you.

  • indigo3 (Private)
    6 years 6 months ago
     Bonjour j'ai consulté vos albums avec un réel plaisir et beaucoup d’intérêt car cherchant de la documentation pour faire des modèles réduits les plus fidèles possibles.Grand merci à vous.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years ago
    my name is butch hirst, and i'm amazed to find someone is modeling the 'bird i drove in a couple races.back in '70. that is 41 years ago. i will gladly send you one of the original postcards that STP gave me- out of 5000 cards i've got 4 or 5 left. my e-mail address is . there isn't no charge. a little info on richard brown- his source of income came from being a hitman. i found this out when we went to charlotte to try to find a sponsor for '71 we didn't. i was going to be out of a job so he kinda beat around the bush in asking  me if i wanted to look a little closer. goes without saying  that i said NO. lost touch with him, then in a lakeland news paper about '91 there was a small article about him being shot in the back of the head sitting in his recliner in his living room. live by the sword, die by the sword....he was  in a heap of trouble.....well bernie, i'll go for now- e-mail me about the postcard and i'll be honored to send you one thanx again.....butch
  • Texwardfan (Private)
    7 years 2 months ago
    Bernie, whenever I build a model I always come to your site first for reference photos. Photos of the real car is what I'm looking for, and you usually have some. Is Plattos place your decal site? If so it would be nice if you resized your 2011 decals to 1/25 scale to fit the new amt cot. The other decal makers dont seem to want to do this.
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