This is a 29 Roadster on Duce rails that I built about 7 years ago, 427 ford dohc with weabers I call bongos. 4 speed, quick change, 40 ford dash dimond tuck interior, and brass trunk lid with louvers, wide whites, cheater slicks. 2009 Grand national Roadester show winner.
John this is the frist time that I looked throught this section, Right off the bat I run across your project, I think its great, I've always liked boats with v8's in them, Your one of my Fav model builders, I checked out your bike and its just amazing. Keep up the good work, and I'll be checking it out now and then. I miss you guys down there Mike flynn
Got my kit yesterday, been looking at it for a couple of days, and I think that its to small. it looks to me like its 1/27th scale, We have yet another size 392 Hemi valve cover, The back tires are way to small, nice front axle for the 32 ford Maybe swapping the front spring will make the front end lower, their is nice parts in the kit, I will buy it again. To me the best Hemi comes in the Miss Deal . Tires and rims look good also So what do you think?
I think that this is a great idea, I've thought about this for years, I feel that Iam the perfect guy for this, I do have a tendency of getting carried away, but that's what I think would be really cool, The use of aftermarket parts, showing how to solder a steel or brass chasis together Making alum. interiors detailed fornt and rear suspension, Chopping sectioning, Mixing paint, and air brushing, Yes there would be a lot of sanding involved, but you could just hit fash forward or something, you know what I mean, I incorporate a lot of parts from different kits, to me everything is like a receipe That's why I call myself Chef WeeAuto, I would like to do it like a cooking show, like on tv. One of my Favirots is Gramm Care the galloping gormaet Late 60's early 70's Now you know how old I am I'm 59 years old. Let me know what you think. Mike Flynn Chef WeeAuto Ps I'm not very good a spelling That's why my user name is Chief WeeAuto I spelled it wrong Herry please help me get rid of the (I)
I've been building models most of my life, and I'm 59 years old. I learn a lot of stuff from this form, it inspires me and motivates me, but some of us older modelers need to be teachings younger builders in a positive way,(not netigave way) Wich includes kit manafactures and people, We are model builders not demelation experts, I'm from southern California. I remember Roddey King saying can't we all just get along. Thank Gregg for giving us a second chance