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About bogger44

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 01/13/1978

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    Menomonie, WI
  • Full Name
    Tony Kielbasa

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  1. 1956 Chevy Bel Air-Badman bash

    I am quite humbled by all your comments. Thanks a lot, friends.
  2. 1956 Chevy Bel Air-Badman bash

    Many thanks again guys. Yes going into this build I knew it wouldn't be correct for a period gasser of the day, but more of a modern interpretation like you see out in the 1:1 world these days. You are so right and I had wanted some fenderwell headers for it, but didn't have any. Didn't feel like trying my hand at making any either lol.

    Wow Yuri, that is a stunner! Fantastic photos, too. Congratulations!
  4. 1956 Chevy Bel Air-Badman bash

    Thanks a lot. The 56 is my favorite of the tri-fives as well. Thanks for all the comments guys, you all are too kind. It wasn't the easiest of builds, and I assure you it's not flawless. I don't think I'll be trying another one anytime soon LOL!
  5. 1956 Chevy Bel Air-Badman bash

    Mods, if you think this should be moved to the drag racing section, feel free to move it. I built this more in the fashion of a local cruise-in/car show warrior than an all out correct gasser. The Badman kit coughed up some of it's suspension parts and most everything on the motor except the block & heads (used the 56's engine). Wheels and tires are Thunderbolt pieces. Parts box goodies include the 9" rear end, front shocks, brake booster, radiator/electric fans, tach and gauge cluster. I modified the hood scoop that came with the kit. The drive shaft and front axle are aluminum tubing. Paint is Model Master Citrus Yellow Metallic. Was a bit disappointed the "Agitator" decals silvered some but not much one can do about that. While it's known these kits aren't the greatest to begin with, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.
  6. 68 Firebird 400

    Love the aggressive, day two look you gave it. Great work on all aspects.
  7. AMT 1969 Oldsmobile 442 (non W-30)

    Beautifully done, Randy!
  8. Box Stock Accurate Miniatures Grand Sport Corvette

    Very nicely done! I, too, am curious about those hood vents and how they are to work with. I've had one of these in my stash for far too long and really should bring it to the bench one of these days.
  9. Allison 75 Matador

    Very clean build, looks great.
  10. '61 Falcon Gasser

    Heck yeah that is so cool! Well done!
  11. 70 Challenger RT

    You did a pretty good job on this lackluster kit. I've toyed with starting the one I have several times but just can't bring myself to it Lol.
  12. First of a pair- 71 GTX

    Beautiful GTX, Kevin. Magnums or Rallyes, looks great either way. And that colors looks sooo good on it! I have a can of it I've been thinking of using on my current build and now that I see what the color is like, I may just go with it.
  13. 2010 Shelby GT500 - Eleanor

    That looks really, really good. Lots of great work here, congrats!
  14. Moebius 4x4 Ford

    x2 Awesome work Bill! I love those mud flaps, too. Very impressive build.
  15. The Striped Tomato

    Nice work on the tomato, Mike! I still have yet to pick up one for myself, someday.....