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E St. Kruiser50

Member Since 27 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Feb 05 2013 02:13 PM
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In Topic: 1932 ford

01 August 2010 - 08:56 AM

Yellow Nova Nomad wagon, powered by a Chevy Hemi? Love it!! The answer to a question I hadn't thought to ask!! Posted Image


Thanks Tony Posted Image
Fun that we can imagine anything we want, and then create it. Maybe it wouldn't work in real life, or not be technically correct, or in scale, but plastic isn't real life - IT'S PRETEND Posted Image .

Everyone have a great Sunday - davePosted Image

In Topic: 1932 ford

01 August 2010 - 03:17 AM

I agree with jeff on this one very nice build but you should really use pivot hinges on your builds they would compliment your models well. On 1:1 cars the door swings inside of the front fender. If you dont know how to do them I wrote a tutorial here in the forums on "how to make the correct door hinge"


Hey there friend Posted Image
Glad you enjoy doin tutorials.
Here's a little scratch-built 2000 hour project, that has'um swingin' both ways, fronts out, rears in.

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Thanks for the offer - dave Posted Image

In Topic: How many BUILT models do you own?

31 July 2010 - 10:04 AM

Somewhere near 80 finished here at the house. Like you jeff, I have others that were sold to collectors - right at 20, and a few that I have given away to friends and relatives.
About 500 kits in my stash.

In Topic: 1932 ford

31 July 2010 - 09:18 AM

More construction sequence pics.

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Here's the tools that really helped.

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In Topic: 1932 ford

30 July 2010 - 04:23 AM

Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image I had to hunt to find my post - It got moved.
Anyway, thanks guys for the interest Posted Image .

And Jairus, thanks for posting the "VERY COOL" cycle-toon.

I realize most of you here enjoy auto stuff, and that's primarily why we're all here, me too, so won't post much on this.

I got bored with one car after another, and this seems to have "Refreshed" me, and given me new energy, and has challanged me in new areas of my building. For me, a good thing. Got a few other "Off-the-wall" projects I'd like to attack after this. Seems to kinda broaden my perspective, skills, and enjoyment of plastic.

Thanks for letting me share - dave Posted Image