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Geno

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About Geno

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 08/01/1962

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  • Scale I Build
    1:24

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  • Location
    Sidney, Ohio
  • Full Name
    Gene Mills

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  1. T/A Challenger

    Love dem Mopars, it looks pretty darn good to me Bill, I got one in the works myself.
  2. 68 Firebird 400

    It's a Pontiac, what's not to love and you rocked this one Stephen. 2 thumbs up all the way.
  3. Vista-ish Mustang wagon

    I agree Glenn. Mike, what you have done gives the whole design a lot more cohesiveness than what Ford actually done on the real car. Great job.
  4. 63 Nova Build.

    Lance, I'm diggin' where you're going with this. It's looking pretty sweet.
  5. Birthday Gremlin

    I always thought the Gremlins made cool street machines. A buddy in high school dropped a built 350 in one, man that thing was scary quick. Looking great so far.
  6. Hillibillies coupe

    That is soooooo sweet, nice job Vesa.
  7. Thanks guys, I do appreciate it.
  8. Thanks guys, this was a fun set to build.
  9. What started out as a Monogram Street Fighter and a white JADA '57 Chevy Panel truck.
  10. Ford Galaxie 1966, AMT, metallic blue.

    Love the '66 Galaxie and this one looks great Bo, a fine job.
  11. Reborn Charger

    You make an excellent body man Tulio, it looks great.
  12. Steve, you're rockin' it. Great job.
  13. 1970 Plymouth Superbird

    You're welcome. Here's one you might consider. It's a 1/24 scale diecast kit. It would make a good match since the Superbird kit is also 1/24. I have it and bought it off of Ebay for $20. Prices vary though, just keep an eye out and you can generally find one cheaper than a plastic kit like I did. Most everything is already painted, unless you want to change something and or do some minor detailing. Having the body already pre-painted helps a lot as getting the wing painted to match the decal stripe in a plastic kit can be tricky dependent on the base coat color of your model. it can throw the shading of the stripe off a bit making it look mismatched. Just a tip to maybe help. Good luck and most of all have fun. That's what it's all about. And here's how it looks assembled. Not too shabby.
  14. 1970 Plymouth Superbird

    Ethaniel, keep at it, you are correct, each one will get better. Looks really nice so far. I love the winged warriors, they are wicked.