Posted 01 November 2012 - 05:46 AM
And one of Ed Flucks L88 hoods for my future 72 crew cab dually project. Need to get me a couple more of these. They're NICE.
Ignore the truck in the pic, I just used it for a mockup.
Posted 01 November 2012 - 02:22 PM
Enamel colors are as follows : Red Gloss, Marker Yellow, Brown Gloss, Green Gloss, Silver Blue, Field Green Flat, Dark Sea Blue, Flat Yellow, Fire Red Gloss, and Orange Gloss.
Acrylic Colors are War Flesh, Ghoal Flesh, Green Drab, Ogra Green, Goblin Orange, Magical Blue, Kirin Yellow, Standard Navy Grey, Dunkelgrau and Angel Green. Alot of these will work when I dab into the Military WWII Tanks and Armor. Now I can try both Donn Yost and Andys methods both.
Then I got some bottles to put it all in lol. Two oz bottles with the Yorker caps.
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Will be doing some shopping tomorrow kit wise. Hoping to pick up a F1 kit, as well as a couple of Plymouth kits.
Sorry bout the double post of the paint pic dont know why it posted the same pic twice. Sorry.
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Posted 02 November 2012 - 03:47 PM
I also dropped a note to Round2 to plead my case for having the Polyglas tires released as a set separately, similar to the slicks, so I don't have to buy a complete model kit just for some tires.
Posted 02 November 2012 - 04:06 PM
The airbrush, a Paasche H, has a teeny-tiny thread that nobody makes.
The only alternative I'm left now is to buy a 1/4" thread quick-disconnect for the compressor end of the hose and a new air compressor...
So much for painting this weekend.
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-'59 Dodge Phoenix (JoHan?)
-'64 Ford Thunderbolt By Revell.
-FCMA (Finnish Car Modelers Association) license plates. They are made in the USA and Rik Hoving has been in the making progress.
-4 Chevy Big Blocks. Two of them are with Blower.
-One Funny Car Hemi with Blower.
-About 14/71 Blower, made from Metal.
-Some spark plug wire harness.
-Racing Seatbelt material with buckles and belt.
-Photo Etch Carburetor details.
-Two rear axles.
-One Hood scoop.
-4 Pairs of slicks, mostly 9" wide.
-Hemi Thunder decals.
Posted 03 November 2012 - 02:25 PM
Also got the recently re-issued AMT '66 kit off ebay today, ready for my model club's 'build a New Zealand car' theme night next month.
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The Beamer was 10,the AMX and chevy were 20 for both,and the hullraiser is missing the engine and was 3 bucks.I got a few other other build ups.
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Posted 03 November 2012 - 09:05 PM
It sucks that I'm hurt, but I still have my insurance to cover the E.R. visit. No x-rays, CT Scans, or MRIs were done so the visit will be fully covered. Also, due to the Daylight Savings Time change, I wasn't able to have insurance cover the prescriptions. Thankfully, they were generics so it only cost me $30. I just hope this heals soon. I survived Hurricane Sandy, but don't need some nagging groin injury to keep me out of commission. These things don't feel good.