Special Note #1: Aftermarket Companies and Rare/Old
Kit Sellers! MAMA wants you! We are calling out
to potential vendors for our upcoming Mid-Atlantic
NNL! We have begun sending out packages to those who've
vended at out show before, and we have a few tables left
availble. If you would like to vend at our show in May,
send an email to our club treasurer, Matt
Guilfoyle, for table reservation information.
This is your opportunity to mingle with your customers
in person and learn what they want to see from you in
Special Note #2: Calling all sponsors! If you
would like to sponsor one or more of the awards at our
upcoming Mid-Atlantic NNL email
to our club treasurer, Matt
Guilfoyle, for category availability. Sponsorships
for large awards will be $60, small awards will be $50.
Member Harry Harbaugh contemplates one last purchase
from Ron Bradley's selection of new kits before moving
to Florida. We will miss your presence at our meetings
Harry. We wish you and your wife all the best in your
new southern home. Remember, there's always this web site,
our Facebook page, and email to keep in touch!
Looks like Mike Costic was the only one who remembered
to bring a Bronco for the Norman Veber/Dave Toups initiated
Bronco Challenge. Where were all the others? Norm? :-)
Here we have Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Paul usually brings five
or six freshly completed models to each meeting. I don't
know how he does it: lots of us wish we could bring even
one freshly completed model to any meeting. This month
he brought an AMC Gremlin, a 1968 Dodge Dart, Porsche
Panamera, 1970 Chevelle SS, and a flamed 1940 Ford hot
Here's the very handy tote that Paul Lee made for transporting
his models to and from the meetings.
A scratch-built tubular grille highlights this 1956 Ford.
This month we had an enjoyable visit from "MAMA
South", Chazz Klanian. Chazz is also a member of
and the Richmond
Automotive Modelers Society (RAMS). He also chairs
the committee that puts on the Old Dominion Open Contest
We saw some high-dollar kits opened up on the side tables
this time. First was a 1/12 scale Model Factory Hiro 2017
Ford GT GTE Le Mans Racer.
Then there was this 1055-piece 1/4 scale Pocher kit of a Ducati 1299 Panigale S motorcycle.
This month's VP's pick was this tiny pair of 1/43 scale
models, a green AC coupe and a red Cheetah built by MAMA
South. Look for details on these nicely detailed models
in next month's MAMA Sez newsletter.
Of course, there was a lot of talking about cars and models.
And a special thank you to Matt Guilfoyle for bringing
the cookies once again!
You can see lots more March meeting photos at: