A few days ago, a car modeling acquaintance who builds in plastic, posted photos of my cardboard 1979 Dodge Magnum coupe on the Scale Auto Magazine website. This is definitely plastic territory. The thread he started brought a string of approving and encouraging compliments. Someone asked to see more of my cardboard cars, so my friend posted more. Eventually these plastic modelers are reporting in their posts that they've starting checking paper model sites, and are amazed at what they find. One person reported that he used to build with card when he was 8 or 9, and he's glad to see he's not alone. Another builder posted a photo of his nicely done homemade wooden hot rod model. I used to think plastic modelers disdained us cardmodelers, but they seem impressed with what we can do with paper. I posted a link to Zealot in that Scale Auto thread. I think we can open some minds, and maybe bring some plastic modelers into our "fold".