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Forum Presence for Mark & Robby Locked

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  • Member since
    July, 2016
  • From: Podunk, Illinois
Forum Presence for Mark & Robby
Posted by smhardesty on Saturday, July 29, 2017 1:13 PM


I decided to post this as a thread because I have been unable to positively determine the usernames for Mark and Robby, our new editor and editorial assistant, and I’m unable to send Private Messages anyway. I’m sure some of the forum members already know what those usernames are, either from personal experience or from past posts on the forum. Many of us, including myself, have no idea who these guys are. I thought possibly each of them (or each of you, Robby/Mark) might post in either the “Welcome - Introduce Yourself” or “What's New” category to let us know a bit about you and also to let us know how to reach you on the forum. I know I contacted Jim Haught more than once. I was able to locate his username quickly and each time I contacted him he was fairly quick to reply.

So how about it guys? Care to intro yourselves?


On the bench - Right now, a mess.

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    September, 2016
Posted by TnT on Saturday, July 29, 2017 7:31 PM

Only the shadow knows.

  • Member since
    June, 2017
Posted by Robby DeGraff on Tuesday, August 01, 2017 9:24 AM

Greetings all! Robby DeGraff, the new Assistant Editor here at Scale Auto Mag. Glad to see there's some activity buzzing around on the forum. I'm looking forward to bring all that I can to the magazine. I'm a huge car geek, always have been since a young age playing with Hot Wheels cars on my kitchen table. In high school, I worked at two car dealerships as a detailer, learning the basics of how cars work and all sorts of fun history and quirks behind some of them. In my stable right now is a '05 Saab 9-2x with 199,000 miles on it, a 2001 Chevrolet Camaro heavily modified with goodies and a new addition- a 1981 Honda CB650 that is gorgeous. That motorcycle sounds like you are throwing a claymore into a volcanoe when you start it up. 

I'll do my best to chime in here on the forum when I can, but we're keeping as busy as we can with each magazine issue, our social networks (like us on Facebook!), the Scale Auto Die Cast eMagazine and more. There are some very fun and exciting new changes coming to the magazine and site soon. Stay tuned!




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