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Old Nasty

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About Old Nasty

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 & 1/25

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  • Location
    Title Town
  • Full Name
    Steve Barta

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  1. Most beautiful cars of all time

  2. what everyone favorite mopar car post photos here thanks

    Recently purchased. Needs a little cosmetic work but mechanically stout. Just another hobby.
  3. Split window, seemed like a good idea at the time

    Actually this quote is attributed to Juan Manuel Fangio. It goes "whats a behind a me is no concern of mine". He then rips off the rear view mirror & tosses it.
  4. I cut down a piece of 1x4 pine with a hole (1-1/8" I believe) drilled in the center to accomodate the circular base to the upper portion of the stand. I then mount the pine block in my articulated vice & I can position it any way I want to apply decals & fine details to the body. Works great.
  5. Revell 1/6 Ford 427engine

    I am currently building the 427 SOHC version of this kit. My only complaint is that the screws don't go in far enough because of the paint in the threaded holes. I don't have a tap that small to clean them up. Otherwise, a very nice kit.
  6. Cobra street freak

    Carroll must be asking "What the heck is that"?
  7. 427 Ford SOHC engine source

    I believe the valve covers on the one in the middle are backwards but nice looking engines none the less.
  8. Nose to the sky gassers

    Nice car but it's a '57.
  9. Cuda question

    Thanx Bill.
  10. Cuda question

    Thanx Snake.
  11. Cuda question

    Thanx Steve. Who makes them?
  12. Cuda question

    Does anyone make a kit of a late 60's (series 2) Baracuda with the sport roof? All I can find is the fastback. Thanx in advance for any replys.
  13. One Mean Truck

    I think it goes where it wants to.