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jeffs396

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1967-72 FORD pickup reference ( for Moebius kits)

Yesterday, 02:34 AM

EXCELLENT resource information and photos within:

 

http://www.fordification.com/index.htm

 

 


Moebius 1971 Ford pickup...lifted 4x4

25 June 2015 - 06:29 PM

Oh yeah, this is gonna work nicely B)

 

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'NASH - TY' Nash sedan delivery

21 June 2015 - 02:47 PM

I hope all you Dads here had a nice Father's day today and you were 'allowed' some bench time ;)

 

I picked up this Flintstone Nash sedan delivery at the Desert Scale Classic back in April. Great deal, been looking for one for a while with the pewter parts.

 

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Quite a bit of prep to get the body straight, but its almost there. There's a coat of red oxide primer underneath the black in case I go for the 'patina' look...

 

The bumpers, well they're gonna take ALOT of work. Wouldn't be bad for body colored ones, but I want chrome...ugh...

 

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LOVE pewter parts! Nothing looks like metal like REAL metal! B)

 

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This is just a slammer, so I used the wheels and tires from the Revell Willys ProStreet. Can't see much of 'em, but the big Mickey Thompson meats can be seen nicely from behind! :o

 

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I'm looking for any of you decal makers out there to commission some ' NASH -TY' logos for the sides. Got lots to trade for your services ;) PM me please...

 

Thanks for looking!


2014 Formula 1 USGP

01 November 2014 - 04:58 PM

Anyone here watching the action from Austin this weekend? B)

 

http://circuitoftheamericas.com/


Phantom 1937 BMW sedan delivery mockup

05 July 2014 - 03:10 PM

Here's what you get when you cross a Heller 1937 BMW 328 with an MPC snap '33 Willys sedan delivery! Still lots of work to do, but it seems to blend together nicely. Looks kinda longish to me, but maybe once its in primer it'll look a bit better. I think the contrasting styrene colors are fighting each other somewhat. You can see how much the BMW was stretched from original by the gap in the running board...

 

Comments welcome :) 

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