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jdcar32

Member Since 03 May 2012
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In Topic: '64 Dodge 330

26 June 2015 - 07:24 AM

Your build is looking really nice, love the big block wedge. If you hav'nt already, check out Bob Mosher's " Mosher Muscle Car Motors" web site for some excellent early 60's Mopar inspiration. I have a 330 posted in my Photo Bucket "jdcar32" library. I used  the stock  seats, wheels, tires, caps, from the Dodge Little Red Wagon kit because the stock 330 had not been released when I built mine. Looking forward to seeing your's completed !


In Topic: MCW Resin Kits - Studebaker Lark

19 June 2015 - 02:11 AM

I am currently building the MCW 1958 Pontiac Chieftain sedan. The main components are good castings and delivery was quick. But the detail parts such as steering wheel, pedal assembly, and bumpers are total junk. And no chrome parts in this kit. Lucky for me Promolite had '58 Poncho chrome stuff, Tom might have some Studie stuff. Depending on your skills and desire, just about any kit can be made presentable. That Studebaker will be worth it !!


In Topic: 1952 Hudson Jalopy

19 June 2015 - 01:43 AM

Love it, Love it, Love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


In Topic: 1957 Fireball Roberts Chevy

23 April 2015 - 03:34 PM

Cant go wrong with a vintage Nascar build, especially a Fireball car ! Nice details, fuel overflow, cut down seat, hood straps, 6 lug wheels and all.............


In Topic: 1937 Chevy 409 Gasser

19 April 2015 - 12:25 PM

That is one of the best models I've seen built. B) I really like those seat mount brackets, did you make them or were they in the kit?

Thanks  Noel !!!  The seat mounts are easy, take some sheet styrene and drill holes. Use a drill, a round file, or even an E Xacto blade . It's easier to draw the parts first on the styrene and drill the holes BEFORE cutting them out. Glad you liked the '37....................