Kennyboy

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  • Birthday 03/18/1972

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  • Location SE Wisconsin
  • Full Name Ken Boyer

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  1. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Need the rear window glass from the Viper GTS kit   

    Yep that is the one Pat, I am using the Viper roof on a Shelby Series one....to create a new version of the Shelby Daytona Coupe.
    Thank you for the response.
  2. Kennyboy added a topic in Wanted!   

    Need the rear window glass from the Viper GTS kit
    Need the rear window glass from this kit. I have everything but the darn glass.  Thanks for the help!
     

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  3. Kennyboy added a topic in Wanted!   

    Delete please. Made my own.
    I am looking for a set of grips and brake levers for a 1/8 scale Harley Davidson phone repair project. The bike is a Heritage Softtail and is a telephone. The repair to it I am doing for my mom and her husband is to replace the missing handlebar and left side controls. I have 1/12 scale Revell Chopper parts but they are too small of scale to look acceptable. Old parts are fine...I am not opposed to restoring the parts.
     
    Thank you for the help!
    -Ken-
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  4. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Porsche 934/5   

    Looking great Mark!
    Now people will really be amazed when you tell them how big it is.......great work.
  5. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Great Traders List   

    Just completed a trade with Rotorbolt73 (Matt McCain), smooth trade, kit was packed well and arrived as packaged. Would trade with him again! Thanks Matt!
     
  6. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Tamiya Volvo 850R estate in street form   

    One of my all time favorite "sleepers".......my friend had one that was not stock, at all. He took it to the drag strip and received much laughter from the crowd when he was up against a 70's El Camino. The El Camino did it's large burnout to the crowds cheers, my friend motored quietly around the burnout pit which received more laughter.....the laughter became silent when he brought up the rpm's and the once quiet wagon sounded like a lear jet. He blew thru the gates at an 11:26 at a 118 mph. The crowd went wild. The el camino lost BTW.
    Great build of an iconic car to me.
  7. Kennyboy added a topic in Wanted!   

    FOUND! Please delete. Thanks Meatman!
    FOUND!
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  8. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Aoshima Murcielago LP670-4 SV (aka What Did I Do Wrong?)   

    If you have a even clearcoat on it, just respray the color over it... no need to strip it.
    Dont despair.......Smooth surface is smooth surface whether it is clearcoat or bare plastic.
  9. Kennyboy added a post in a topic 2014 Velocity Yellow Corvette with Stripes.   

    VERY nice Len! I really like the masking that was done on the center stripes. Great idea.
  10. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Aoshima Murcielago LP670-4 SV (aka What Did I Do Wrong?)   

    The one thing not shown is the body.....I am guessing there is an issue there.
    Too bad too, (if that is the issue) the rest is looking great!
  11. Kennyboy added a post in a topic Ferrari SA Aperta (1/24 Revell of Germany)   

    Was great to see this spectacular model 1st hand yesterday Gerry! Just awesome.
  12. Kennyboy added a post in a topic "Quick builder" C7 Corvette Stingray Convertible...... Body Painted with OPI Nail Polish Deep Red Metallic Pearl (3/11/16   

    Thanks Wayne!
    Once the clear is fully cured, I will be masking off for all the black trim. So a couple of days.
  13. Kennyboy added a post in a topic "Quick builder" C7 Corvette Stingray Convertible...... Body Painted with OPI Nail Polish Deep Red Metallic Pearl (3/11/16   

    Thanks guys!
    Finally got the body painted....used OPI nail polish cut at 60% Lacquer thinner. (color is called "Romance on the moon".....)
    It matches the color I was shooting for, so I went with it!      As you can see, small movements can change the look of the paint color.