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  2. AMT '64 Fairlane Hardtop

    Thanks to Fish_65 I have a body. I'm looking for glass now if anyone can help.
  3. 1966 AMC Marlin (Jo Han)

    Great job Ludwig
  4. GMC 7500 Spreader Truck

    Turned out great Brian.
  5. Galion 12 1/2 Ton Hydraulic Rough Terrain Crane

    Very coll project. I like the old Detroit's myself have a couple of project ideas that will need the straight 6cyl ones in them...maybe some others with the 4 cyl ones too. Your off to a good start.
  6. GMC 7500 Spreader Truck

    Your perseverance paid off! Well done!
  7. Great subject matter! I know you'll do a fine job.
  8. '69 Mercury Cougar Eliminator

    Hi folks, I finished the Eliminator yesterday. It was a bit of a fight, especially as far as the body color is concerned. I learnt that yellow is one tough color to get a good result in. Here come the images, hope you like it:
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  10. 1966 AMC Marlin (Jo Han)

    Very nice Marlin, Ludwig! What a great fastback... Great job on those long BMF stripes!
  11. What diecast did you get today?

    Good luck searching for those DM Budweisers, Tim...... like you, I told myself I was taking a rest from looking on Ebay, but each time I typed in a random search on Ebay..... something came up, and the price was too good to miss. So many interesting scale model motor cars have appeared out of nowhere, and I just keep buying them. It must be an addiction ! David
  12. Donnie Allison Chevelle

  13. 46 lincoln coupe

  14. 1959 Caddy El Dorado Convertible

    Looks great!
  15. Autoquiz 430

    Although someone had posted the correct answer by accident here. II don't check everyday the thread, just the messenger, so I dind't saw posting of the answer. It is ot fair to the other participants of this quiz to post the correct answer, get a hint from other guy, write an applogy and don't delete the post. Please if oyu post by accident the correct answer in the thread delte the posting. I the hope that nobody read it. It was my fault that I didn't check the postimgs. 2 guys had sent there answer on June 10 and 3 of on on June 11. The 2 guys who had sent the correct answer berfore June 11 are Bucky and Gee-Bee. The correct answer was posted in this thread on June, 11 6:21 PM. Ace-Garageguy (5:49 AM) and Chris R (5:21PM) had sent an PM with there answers before 621 PM This means that both of you had sent in the correct answer before that posting. 1962 Tornado Talisman
  16. Ghost of dragstrip hollow

    Excellent choice, Mark! Let's take a closer look at some shots from the Teen Fair scene, which had some plugs for AMT: Double Dragster 1/12 scale '37 Cord display Rack of AMT lacquers, XR-6 kit, Munster Koach on the right, not sure what the bottom one is George Barris in the booth selling models, and hot rodding legend Norm Grabowski in front And this '61 Dodge Norm's beating on? It was the stunt double for the '64 Imperial (note the nameplate on the front fender) in the crash-and-burn scene in the 1964 Ann-Margret film Kitten with a Whip.
  17. Revell Miata Mk1

    You are making a good progress. And yes, those taillights are another reason I prefer the Tamiya kit (but it is a curbside, so it would need an engine transplant from the Revell kit). Spraying the shiny "chrome" wheels with some Dullcote would have produced nice satin aluminum finish.
  18. mini-tub chassis anyone?

    Sorry for the delay in responding. The reason I'm looking for the mini-tub is the kit came with out the chassis and suspension, else I would be happy to let you have it.
  19. 46 lincoln coupe

    Way cool. If I ever get one of those lincoln kits, now I know what to do with it!
  20. Wow, cool timing on this post. I was looking for the exact same thing 3 days ago, using the exact same images for inspiration, and found the same threads regarding Fusee chain on MCM! Very cool discovery, so thanks to everyone who posted ideas and links on those threads (and in this one). Definitely going to keep it in mind for that future project...
  21. What went wrong???

    Pete-- I only mildly diluted the Purple Power. It still stripped paint just fine...which is why I thought I could get away with it. It went from 100% effective at maybe 70% strength, to 0% effective, without the addition of any further water. I have also left un-diluted Purple in un-sealed containers, and found it lost its efficacy, as Terry notes above. The Purple I have stored in a zip-lock bag is still effective despite being absolutely thick with dissolved paint and debris. I'd change it out for fresh Purple...but it still works, so why bother
  22. That is it. These come in several slightly different sizes (but all are pretty much good for model chain). I was introduced to Fusee chains by our own Harry P.
  23. What went wrong???

    Yes their enamel will dry but remain soft (you can easily dent it just by pressing your fingernail into the finish). But they will provide hardener for it if you request it. Also, the harder will eventually harden, even is a sealed bottle.
  24. What went wrong???

    LOL! When you add water, you are diluting the concentration of chemicals in it. No wonder it won't work. Just like you having 120 proof vodka which gets you drunk after 10 shots, diluting it with water (making it 70 proof) and wondering why you don't get drunk after 10 shots of the diluted stuff.
  25. 1966 AMC Marlin (Jo Han)

    I'd like to have one of these and a '66 Dodge Charger, sitting side by side in my driveway.
  26. I think it looks great in red.
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