Below are brief bios of some of our members
Dave has retired from his work at a large Canadian financial institution and lives in Mississauga. His car interests are quite
eclectic and run from a 1:32 scale Vauxhall to 1:25 scale pickups and custom cars. Some of Dave's models can be seen
Dave has retired from working at the National Energy Board and now lives in a country home outside of Huntsville, ON.
Dave is primarily interested in Porsches, various race cars and humorous subjects.
Evan is still a working stiff in the facility management industry and he lives in Guelph. He splits his building between 1:12
motorcycles and 1:24 scale cars. He is the club webmaster and has his own website under scalemodels.eajonesgue.com.
He has contributed a number of articles to Car Models magazine and Random Thoughts, the IPMS Canada magazine.
Howard is self-employed as an auto parts sales agent and photographer and lives in Toronto. Howard builds a variety of
cars, often with a his twisted sense of humour.
Larry has retired from teaching and lives just outside of Guelph. He has honed his metalworking skills and rebuilds 1:24
scale diecast trucks into museum like masterpieces. Both he and his brother Cliff have regular articles in Model Cars and
Scale Auto Enthusiast magazines.
Paul is now retired from his work as a contracts manager in the defense equipment industry and now lives outside of
Calgry, AB. Paul’s auto related subjects span from street automobiles, racing cars and motorcycles.
Paul is an entrepreneur whose main business is his plastic heat welding company in Burlington. His model building focus is
mainly on race cars and he races in Formula Libre(open wheel) in Canada and the US.
Rene recently retired (finally) as a millright and process improvement manager (primarily with Johnson Controls) and he
lives north of Shelburne. He likes to build a range of cars, focusing mostly on race cars. Some of Rene's models can be
Rob is a senior designer in the manufacturing industry and he lives in Fergus. His automobile interests are wide ranging,
both in subject matter and scale. He likes to focus on building historic Canadian based race cars.
Trevor is a parts manager at a car dealership and he lives in Kitchener. He likes to build a variety of race car subjects.
Glen works for a municipality managing their water conservation program. He lives in Courtice, ON (east of Oshawa). He
builds mostly race cars in 24th, 20th and 1/12th scales. Race subjects are mostly F1 and LeMans along some Rally, Indy
and DTM. He also collects some road car kits which he generally ignores!
Eric lives in Guelph, and worked for 26 years as a technical illustrator and graphic designer for an aerospace training
company in Toronto. For the past three years he's been working as a bus driver for Guelph Transit. His modelling focus is
primarily 1/24 - 1/25 scale American replica stock car models, with a few hot rods and customs in the mix as well. As with
most of us, he's accumulated a sizeable collection of kits that will keep him busy for a long time to come, it's a disease
called SABLE (Stash Accumulated Beyond Life Expectancy)
Bob is a Product designer at a company in Elora, but lives in Waterloo. He is new to the hobby and likes to try a bit of
everything. Every build is a new challenge that he accepts with eagerness. His preference is 1:12 - 1:24 scale models of