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rckymtn3

Member Since 12 Mar 2009
Offline Last Active Jun 27 2012 12:27 PM
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In Topic: Opinion please...who makes the best Enderle Bug Catcher?

27 June 2012 - 12:26 PM

enderle had different names for different butterfly openings....bug catcher, bird catcher, buzzard catcher. big and ugly injector.... finned, no fin....etc....I always thought the Revell piece that comes with the kits were an excellent version, but like any piece you do end up buying, the amount of work you're willing to put into it is the key....none of the butterflies "fly" with me....but here's a good page to sort of give you the different types and looks....all depends on what year of injector hat you're trying to recreate...

http://www.goodvibes...er_Injector.htm

In Topic: Correct chassis to use to build a nostalgia funny car

21 March 2012 - 08:46 AM

really depends on the car....late 70's, a number of chassis builders were "hot"....Sarte was one of my favs......and the Plymouth Arrow bodies funnycar is also one of my favs! So many teams used the body....so really curious who you're thinking of building (plus, that would answer your question on what chassis to build).....Beadle's Blue Max? Snake's Army F/C? Ace's Super Shops? Snow's Snowman?

In Topic: California Charger F.E.D. update

21 March 2012 - 08:21 AM

laughing here....Keeling and Clayton go to someone else's Prom.....danced with all their ladies, drank all their beer, then take the prettiest ones home....."what part of not invited don't you get".....love it....and thanks for the heads-up on the video

In Topic: 1/16 Scale Army Vega Funny Car - Updated 10/11/2014

21 March 2012 - 08:08 AM

still looking great! so I take it someone found a photo of the loud pedal inside the Snake's Vega? there's so many different types to choose from, most custom fab'd....looks incredible.....on some of these build being done here on this forum, it's almost a shame to build them, rather, seems fit to display it as an exploded view or a project car on the shop floor and chassis jigs....so much detail, and only revealed when someone truly takes the time to turn it over and over, and then only if they have seen the model kits, and what actually has been fabricated versus pulled off the tree and used....amazing stuff....

In Topic: open to suggestions

14 March 2012 - 09:27 PM

gloss black on matte black camo....or an animal print, or logitudinal stripes.....but let's face it. no matter what is painted, it'll still exude BADNESS :)