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Shelby 427 1965

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About Shelby 427 1965

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 07/08/1997

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    427motorsports.co.uk
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    Tomo Pattison

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    Armagh, Ireland
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    Tomo Pattison

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  1. If it wasn't for Harry's constant words of encouragement to me when I was starting out, I wouldn't be where I am today with my skills. He always took the time to message on a build and was always there for advice when needed. Even on build subjects he generally didn't really care about. I often think of him when I work on stuff, because a solid 70% of what I do in my builds now is stuff that he pushed me to try out. Happy birthday, Harry.
  2. Awesome responses from everyone guys, didn't expect it to take off as much! One thing's for sure... All here are as cool as a penguin's flippers
  3. Gorgeous! What's the fitment like on this kit? I always had severe issues with fitment on the Tamiya F40.
  4. As per the title, which of your builds makes you sit back and just say “Yeah... that’s cool.” As some may know, I’ve just moved house and have finally got around to looking at my models - some have been in storage for maybe 7-8 years at my parents place and are seeing the light of day for the first time since. Of course, there’s been breakages and things to be fixed... But when going through them I saw this old mustang I made and just stared at it and thought, “Yeah... now that’s cool.” If you had to pick just one of your builds that you think is super cool, which would it be? Just one!
  5. Awesome. Where did the stuff on the roof come from?
  6. Loving this build. The 959 is one of the few Porsches I have a serious soft spot for - consider me convinced to pick up the kit.
  7. Looks great. Saw this in my LHS yesterday and passed on it... regret it after seeing this!
  8. Gorgeous and unusual colour - what inspired it?
  9. I’m really liking this new Corvette. Which is odd for a Viper guy.
  10. Thanks everyone!! Hahah, not quite Tom Have to hit the LHS tonight on the way home and stock up, have a few missing or needing replenished. Cheers Gramps, it was such a big step and earlier than planned but definitely worth it. The main light in the room combined with these seems to be just enough to do me for now. I may look into a middle light that springs over the paints though, similar to the yellow one on there now...
  11. Hmm.. With it being a newer issue kit it may be different, but with it being the same basic car it may still work... Any ideas for the rear? Cheers Tomo
  12. Hey all, About to get started on the Revell Police Beetle, I believe it to be the same as the '68 kit. Haven't looked at it yet, but was wondering if anyone has any advice on lowering it - what to cut, what to remove, etc. Cheers!
  13. Well, I’ve been commenting again for a while now but finally I’ve got my own setup. Ive moved into my own place at the weekend, for the first time! A house all to myself. It’s not much but we all start somewhere. But most importantly... last night I finally got my new model setup finished and I’m dead proud of it. All my paints and tools where I want them, and my 3D printer will be next to it so I can make anything I need. Perfect :D Had to break in an hour last night before bed, so I’ve got started on a revell beetle. WIP to follow! Feels SO good to be back in the saddle. B) Cheers! Tomo
  14. That looks like it would've been a decal nightmare! Really impressive
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