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actually the Monogram knock off
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Craig Abrahamson said on April 11, 2018
A menacing lookin’ “thing” there, Mr. Mack….good to see ya (been a while) .
bob mack said on April 11, 2018
thank’s Craig…they were looking for you at that other place
Let ’em know I’m alive and well…..just don’t go there much anymore (no excuse).
You can let ’em know where to find me most of the time now if ya wanna.
I don’t build much these days – just don’t have the inclination or the “urge”. 🙁
david leigh-smith said on April 12, 2018
Building or not, urge or not, it’s good to have you here, Craig.
Craig Abrahamson said on April 13, 2018
Thanks, David…..’ppreciate it.
George Henderson said on April 11, 2018
bob mack said on April 12, 2018
thank you George…most kind
Tom Cleaver said on April 12, 2018
much appreciated Tom…it was just pure fun…i thought of you much building this because of your relationship with Corman and 50’s hollywood
Bob. Here I am waiting at a train station, in a pretty foul mood (didn’t sleep well, very long day ahead) and then I opened this! You singlehandedly turned my day around.
I loved these old Aurora kits (King Kong, Frankenstein’s monster, the Wolf Man, the whole crew). The ‘Creature’ is my favourite, couldn’t say why, loved all of those ‘Friday night Creature Features’ as a kid.
This was a real blast from the past; innocent, happy, long summer days with friends and movies.
Cheers, Bob, and thanks.
no David…you made my day…glad we could give each other a smile…it was wonderful fun and those were great days we grew up in…before the world turned inside out and upside down ;o)
Simon Whitney said on April 12, 2018
Good to see you back stranger.
Nice job on the Creature sire.
Reminds me of the Mother-in-law.
Craig Abrahamson said on April 12, 2018
One can assume your M-I-L doesn’t peruse iModeler – 🙁
No Craig, she lives in a cave!!!!
Satan should be her name…mother-in-law.;..mother-in-law
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on April 12, 2018
Ernie K. Doe! Another blast from the past! Bob, haven’t thought of that one in years. Before I even had one! Thanks! I even had hair!
Jeff Bailey said on April 12, 2018
Great looking “Creature,” Bob. I remember when the original models appeared.
yeah remember that rallye green metallic plastic in 1963…i’d have left it unpainted if it was that color…great memory
Greg Kittinger said on April 12, 2018
Nice paint work and highlighting! Looks just like I remembered…
thank’s greg…in revenge of the creature when he’s under water he looks like this tiger striped with dark gills but on the ground he’s different
Robert Royes said on April 12, 2018
What a great blast from the past!
glad you enjoyed it Rob you’ve given us so many excellent blasts
How ’bout this..
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bob mack said on April 13, 2018
awesome color…all he wanted was the girl but the zoo keepers at marine land hunted him down and chained him to the bottom of a swimming pool constantly electric prodding him and drugging him to boot in “revenge of the creature”
This must be the first one I’ve seen built. Gets your attention, doesn’t he?
if he doesn’t get you his buddies will…i think Aurora kit did more for his cult following than the movie
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