Alchemist
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Registration Date: 6th-May-22
Date of Birth: Not Specified
Local Time: 24th-May-22 at 04:37 PM
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6th-May-22
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Additional Info About Alchemist
Bio:
I'm a retired Design Engineer, having been involved in Automotive Restoration. Restoring Vintage Race Cars, high dollar collectable automobiles (restored quite a few Packards) and other related automobile memorabilia, like Vintage Gas Pumps etc..

I fabricate my own slot car chassis out of composite phenolic sheet and aluminum angle.
Favourite Slot Car:
1/24 K&B Cobra Daytona Coupe
Favourite Track Type:
Routed Track
Favourite Motor Sport:
Vintage Car Road Racing
Favourite Race Track:
Laguna Seca Raceway
Gender:
Male
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Greetings! Introduce Yourself
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Hello Everyone!

My name is Ernie.

What an fantastic website and I'm excited to be a member.

I grew up in the 60's, having run my cars at the San Francisco Ocean Beach Model Car Raceway.

I returned to the Slot Car Hobby about 12 years ago.

I left the San Francisco Bay Area and recently relocated to Oregon and still getting settled.

I favored 1/24 scale slot cars for many years, but now am excited to get involved with 1/32 scale - which is how I stumbled across SlotRacer.

I'm a retired Design Engineer having been involved in Automotive Restoration.

Primarily restoring Vintage Race Cars, Vintage Collectable Car (did a lot of Packards, Muscle Cars etc.,) and other automotive related memorabilia e.g., Vintage Gas Pumps.

I enjoy building my cars and prefer to employ phenolic composite sheet and aluminum angle for the chassis.

I'd like to share my completed scratchbuilds, so I did a search and was not able to retrieve the info I was looking for.

So, my question is, would it be against policy to provide URL links of my completed scratchbuilt projects which are located on another Slot Car website?

Thank you.

Ernie