Those front rims are real beauties Mark. I'll add these to the list of 1/16th scale stuff I want to order from you. Nicely done.
1/16 Jewel T Altered
Posted 08 June 2013 - 05:52 AM
Mark... outstanding work on those front rims... They are gorgeous!! I think I will have to get a set of them from you
Posted 09 June 2013 - 12:59 AM
oh yea, I got to see all of the parts in the flesh at the Heartland show, man they are nice!! Mark you are doing some amazing work on these and it was great to see you and visit again!!
Posted 10 June 2013 - 07:09 AM
It was great seeing you yesterday at the Heartland show. I didn't have as much time to check out your Jewel T as I'd have liked, but it looks even more fantastic in the flesh than it does online. I can't want to see more updates!
Posted 10 June 2013 - 05:04 PM
It was nice to visit with friends again at the Heartland Nats as well as meet new ones too. Had a great time as always, lots of great looking entries and as always not enough money to purchase more of what I wanted.
Brad and Chris - all you have to do is give me shout out for some parts. Anyone who visits here on the site can inquire into what I have available.
Bill - again, good to talk to you, I always learn things from fellow modelers at these events. Our talks always get me that much closer to entertaining the thought of purchasing a lathe/mill. Your cuda is going to be killer when done!
Scott - Our discussions are always enlightening and the parts you are producing will keep me looking at your website regularly. I will be putting the parts I got from you to good use. The brackets we talked about will become a priority to me in order to get the info back to you.
In general, thanks for all the kind words from everyone who has commented.
Posted 16 June 2013 - 05:18 PM
Very nice work Mark! Your scratch building talents are amazing! Just fantastic!
Posted 31 July 2013 - 11:47 PM
Love what you've got going here...the old school altered's have always been perhaps my favorite drag racing car. What was the wheelbase on this car. I've been doing some reading on some chassis info, it seemed that the old school cars were typically 105"-110". Does this jive with what you'd read?