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  2. Brockway 457 Daycab

    I love the idea of salvage, combining everything into a great looking tractor.
  3. Rolls Royce Merlin colors

    Thank you gentlemen. It'll help me decide. In a display situation, it is all about presentation but you can't go too far afield. So black with highlights it will be.
  4. 12 second small block Duster

    Looks great! Excellent color choice, love the added detail. David G.
  5. 1974 Plymouth Satellite "Sundance Special"

  6. 12 second small block Duster

    Great looking build, your talents are quite impressive.
  7. What Irked You Today?

    Maybe he had two boxes on ebay and got them confused? Russ
  8. Tamiya 1/24 Mercedes AMG GT3

    Not too big a fan of both semi-gloss body colors and this very AMG livery, but you surely did perform the build very well.
  9. What Irked You Today?

    Things have definitely changed over the years; I guess I'll be finding out again. In 1978, you "had to have" a resume that stretched into two pages, even just out of business school. Now, it's "keep it brief" at all costs. Last time around, I had people at employment agencies telling me that giving two weeks' notice was an "outdated" concept. That wasn't one place, which I would have considered unusual. If I need to do so, that is definitely still happening, as I've got a number of benefits that don't kick in unless proper notice is given. Too, as far as I'm concerned, it's just the right thing to do.
  10. 12 second small block Duster

    Sharp looking Duster , great job !
  11. AMT Chevrolet 454 SS

    Nice work Joe, that paint looks flawless! I like that you dulled the paint under the hood and the decals look great! Well done!
  12. Eliminator II

    Thanks ! Maybe I'll get some bench time next week to wok on it .
  13. 1969 Hurst Olds convertible conversion

    Great idea and excellent work , I love it !
  14. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    Excellent detailing Kurt, on the car and all the accessories.
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  16. 1969 Hurst Olds convertible conversion

    Great work on the shifter and platform. Is it removable?
  17. 12 second small block Duster

    Very nice Tom. Great work on your engine bay.
  18. Thank you Jeremy. Folks this one has now been moved to the "Under Glass" Section
  19. These trucks have always been an interest of mine as they were a sleek looking truck with an out with an "in your face" and bold appearance. Although not fast by any means with 230 horsepower, they were aggressive looking, were among the fastest O.E.M. trucks out there at the time and they set the stage for the muscle trucks that followed in the years to come. It took me around 5 months to complete this one with most of the challenges being paint and the ending assembly of installing the body onto the frame. With a few pitfalls to work around it was a good kit to work with overall.
  20. Tamiya 1/24 Mercedes AMG GT3

    Very nice!!
  21. Fujimi Lamborghini Gallardo

    Looks great!
  22. 68 Hemi Roadrunner

    Very nice!
  23. Brockway 457 Daycab

    Great idea using a removable pin for the cab/hood hinge.
  24. 1969 Hurst Olds convertible conversion

    Looks great!
  25. 1969 Hurst Olds convertible conversion

  26. Dual DEI 90's Monte's

    After being stored for years in a partial state of being built. I'm getting back to the #3 Suzaka Dale Sr ACDelco car. The other build is the Ron Hornaday Jr #16 S&W car. These will be built side by side being they are the same era Monogram Monte's. Getting these done as a local hobby shop model contest is coming up pretty soon so should be able to get them done. Won 1st place heavy commercial about 10 years ago with an AMT KW COE Aerodyne i painted in a red to gold HoK flip-flop paint. My other truck projects are going on hold to get these and another monogram NASCAR kit done trying for a trifecta if i can. So enough rambling
  27. The '64 Pontiac Project

    Now you see why I'll need a ton of them! Steve
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