Kenny Kovach's 1969 Baldwin-Motion Corvette

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Two of the greatest aspects of building model cars are the sharing of accumulated knowledge and the transferral of skills from one modeler to another. One thing that makes both even greater is when the modelers involved are father and son, like Kenny Kovach and his son Kevin.

Like many of us Kenny set aside the hobby years ago when the responsibilities of being a grown-up encroached on having fun. But when Kevin grew old enough to start building model cars of his own, Kenny recognized his old projects as a terrific springboard to forging a very strong relationship with his son while teaching him important skills and having fun together. Kenny and Kevin spend time together working on projects while Kenny teaches Kevin to take his time in building and to enjoy the hobby in a calm and peaceful way.

The teaching extends well beyond the skills, patience, and determination needed for model car building. Kenny is applying the same parenting technique his own father, Emil, applied many years ago. Emil and Kenny spent time together working on projects while Emil taught a young Kenny to take his time in building and to enjoy the hobby in a calm and peaceful way. Sound familar? Pehaps one day Kevin will carry on this family tradition.

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