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Lanny Haas

Member Since 19 Jan 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 27 2014 05:53 AM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Revell's '56 ford pickup (redemption ride)

27 October 2014 - 05:49 AM

put some weeds around it and were done..looks good so far.


In Topic: Revell's '56 ford pickup (redemption ride)

27 October 2014 - 05:43 AM

put some weeds around it and were done.......looking good


In Topic: OLD ABANDONED 49 WOODY ,HOT RODDED , MOTOR TEST FIT ,

27 October 2014 - 05:41 AM

And he knocked it out of the Park.....that is killer!!!! the rust on the chrome tools great! to me that's hard to do and make it look right, and the wood looks like the finish is cracked and peeling. and the wheels are perfect also....to me anyway 


In Topic: Craig Clements "Head Hunter" : new project 4/16/14

10 July 2014 - 03:08 AM

I have figured it out, he has a 1/25 scale mechanic , who lives in an old AMT Riviera box. with his 1/25 scale wife, and 4 1/32 scale kids, Oh and spot the dog....How else can he apply HO scale decals on plug wires!! simply amazing


In Topic: Craig Clements "Head Hunter" : new project 4/16/14

08 July 2014 - 05:48 AM

John I think you have outdone yourself on this one.. Raised the bar as it were! With the right background, lighting and good photos we could pass this of as a real car. the little details that I see here like the steering shaft at the fire wall. Most would be happy with just the shaft going thru the fire wall to the steering wheel, but we have the Flex shaft, the joint, the collar , the pins and nuts, properly weathered. the brackets on the blower, nuts  holding them on, the carb detail, screws, fittings, I still have'nt seen it all. Of course the paint flawless. You have the title of a master model builder in my book. This one belongs in Utah....