Christopher J

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 & 1/25

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  • Location Overland Park KS
  • Full Name Chris Marshall

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  1. Christopher J added a post in a topic White Freightliner Michigan Special   

    The kickin` it old school. Looks great. I like me stretched but what you did really for the truck. Looking forward to seeing what it looks like with the trailer.
  2. Christopher J added a post in a topic Freightliner Cabover Stretched   

    Off to a nice start. I've been wanting that kit myself. 
  3. Christopher J added a post in a topic Freightliner FLC with Great Dane Reefer   

    Gorgeous!!! Great looking build. 
  4. Christopher J added a post in a topic Autocar DC9964B Dumper   

    Outstanding work and great details. I really like how.they are coming along and the work that's gone into them.
  5. Christopher J added a post in a topic Pete 377 sba   

    I've always loved Petes. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.
  6. Christopher J added a post in a topic Freightliner FLD 120   

    I accidently got tape on part of it. Haven't been able to source another. Rather bummed out about it too...
  7. Christopher J added a topic in Under Glass: Big Rigs   

    Freightliner FLD 120
    Gonna call this one a wrap minus the CB antenna (I'll put those on before the show). Gotta say it was a fun build. A number of inaccuracies, but heck it's plastic and it came out looking decent. The decals came from a club member in Germany, the driver figure from Fujimi. The rest were plastic and resin bits I had in parts boxes. 





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  8. Christopher J added a post in a topic Stretched Lone Star   

    Thank you all for the kind remarks!! 
    I'm going tontry and get pics in the sun light tomorrow. 
  9. Christopher J added a post in a topic Few trucks I've completed   

    For gluing in the glass on my car or truck builds I use clear E6000 or Shoo-goo. I put a tooth pick in the tube and put on small dabs, smear them flat just a touch and install the windows. I use light duty masking tape to hold the glass in if needed. If any oozes through the seams when pressure is applied I let it set up (50 to 60% dry) then come back with a sharp x-acto and gently cut through it and pull it away with tweazers.
  10. Christopher J added a post in a topic Few trucks I've completed   

    Thanks. I love old iron myself. If I could restore a truck it would be an old COE for sure.
  11. Christopher J added a post in a topic Stretched Lone Star   

    Thank you. I used to drive until recently. Took a job in the office to be with the kids.
  12. Christopher J added a post in a topic Stretched Lone Star   

    @Bigtruck, 
    I spent a few weeks painting it. I waited days between coats and colors sons not to have adhesive from the tape mar the finish. I wish it were perfect....I forgot to fade the bunk doors before doing the fade. :-( and the paint mask left a horrible adhesive residue. (Really pi $$ed me off!) I've talked to other builders who have used the same mask. Some with great results and others with the problems I had.
    I took one shot next the ruled line on my build mat to show how long the truck is. The air and 7 way line came from one of the members here who makes them. 
  13. Christopher J added a post in a topic Stretched Lone Star   

  14. Christopher J added a topic in Under Glass: Big Rigs   

    Stretched Lone Star
    Finished this a month or so back and forgot to post pics of it until yesterday when doing pics with my other trucks. I stretched the frame about 5+ scale feet, can't remember the exact math. The base is Model Master Diamond Dust topped with Modelaster Pure Gold followed by Alclad Candy Blue for the fenders and flames. Over the Pure Gold I sprayed 5 coats Alclad Candy Purple and got a nice burgandy/brandywine color. The frame is Metalic Blue from Model Master. 
    The figure is from a discontinued line call Locsters Riders, mostly used for my low rider builds. I lit the sleeper with 3 leds and made the bunk doors functional so I could a 9v battery underneath.



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  15. Christopher J added a post in a topic Revell Mopar Auto Transport.   

    Fantastic looking car hauler. Love it. The color choice is great, as are the cars being hauled :-)