Furiousgeorge

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About Furiousgeorge

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  • Birthday 01/22/1983

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 1/25

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  • Location Sask
  • Full Name Trent Lawrence

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  1. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic 1965 Plymouth Fury. Update, 5/10, More Under Hood Details   

    Great job so far! I used to own a '66 Sport Fury with a 4bbl 383 Commando, and that car could move like you wouldn't believe a big car like that could! Wish I'd been able to keep the old girl... I'll be watching this build for ideas to build my Johan '66 Fury! Keep up the good work!
  2. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic 69 charger , junker - fully detailed , placing real leafs on the body   

    Amazing work! I've got a Daytona I'd like to rust out like this, but I lack the supplies and courage! This is definitely driving me closer though! Fantastic!
  3. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic Great Traders List   

    Had a great trade with Brent! Well packed and arrived quickly! Thanks again!
  4. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic 1969 Plymouth GTX   

    Thanks! The headlamps I painted with Tamiya acrylic smoke.
  5. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Super Bee   

    Pic as promised.

  6. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Super Bee   

    Thanks for all the comments guys, means a lot! Like I'd said, I built this car for a local contest that went over Friday and Saturday. Not huge, there was about ten or eleven tables. A few tables were for military and oddball scaled stuff, but the bulk were 1/24 and 1/25 automotive. I won a trophy with this car for best box stock! The kids went nuts! A great experience that hopefully I can expand upon next year. I'll get a picture of it up as soon as I get a chance.
  7. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Plymouth GTX   

    I don't know for sure, but I'd assume not, since they didn't bother masking it any other time. That's one of the things I never thought about. Oh well, next time I guess. 
     
  8. Furiousgeorge added a topic in Under Glass   

    1969 Plymouth GTX
    I built this for a local show/contest, to sit with a '68 Charger and a '69 Super Bee.




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  9. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Plymouth GTX   

    Alright, calling this one done. Hopefully it makes it to the contest intact!







  10. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Plymouth GTX   

    Thanks for all the kind words! I just got off of working nights, and got a little bit accomplished. The engine bay is done, hopefully it holds together when I jam it into the body! I always hate that stage of a build...


  11. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Super Bee   

    I never thought of trying that, I'll try it out after the show and see how it looks, thanks for the tip!
    showrods, do you mean the distributor cap? To the front passenger side of the air filter? If so, that's Tamiya dark yellow acrylic. The white is just X-2 Tamiya acrylic white.
  12. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Super Bee   

    Thanks! The engine is Testors orange (in the square 1/4 oz bottle), the filter is the same.
    the washer bottle was done with a coat of flat white, then regular white (both Tamiya acrylic).
     
  13. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Plymouth GTX   

    Speedfreak mine is the little square 1/4 oz bottle, #1185.
    Snake45 I have used yellow in the past, but only for racing or hotrodded engines. 
  14. Furiousgeorge added a post in a topic '69 Plymouth GTX   

    Thanks! The manifolds are painted Testors rust. They're nicely done pieces, and the texturing shows through paint nicely.