About me: dave_sterling
Hello everyone! My name is Dave and I am a curator here on ReBrick for the "Vehicles" category. Feel free to let me know if you need anything while on the site. :-)

I'm 31 years old and from the "West Coast of Wisconsin" in the USA. I've been married to Stacy (9 years now) and we've both been LEGO fans all our lives. Starting in 2003, we really got back into building and became more actively involved with the Adult Fan of LEGO Community. In the summer of 2008, we attended our first LEGO convention (Brickworld 2008) and took our layout to two different shows. Since then, we continue to expand our layout and have made it to a few different shows. My interests are mainly Trains, Town, Steam/Diesel-Punk, and Star Wars. I throw in a little Classic Space, Exo-Force, Castle/Fantasy and other random-ness just to keep things interesting.

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