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Christopher J

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About Christopher J

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 & 1/25

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    Overland Park KS
  • Full Name
    Chris Marshall

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  1. Good looking build. I like the exterior color. For the decals try Walthers decal solution. It's stronger than Micro Sol and Micro Set. It works very well.
  2. Trying to upload more but even though I've resized them the site still won't let me. Not sure why, normally, nor a problem.
  3. Looks great. I recently rebuilt one. I really liked the kit
  4. I like old school lead sled Buicks. I've built the 225 and 1970 Wildcat. A buddy of mine had a 66 that had an engine unlike my 70 that's curbside. I had to have so some trades were made. This one of my first attempts at putting a pattern on. For this one I went with lace. What started as doll house curtains ended up in my model supply :-) I stripped call the chrome and went with black chrome and flat black interior with some areas semi glossed and the dad and package shelf body color. Wired the motor and drilled new holes to change the ride height.
  5. It's the Police 1990 Mustang 5.0 LX that was released not to long ago. The drag version just came out a few months back.
  6. Rack and pinion plumbed, kit molded springs swapped out, brakes plumbed
  7. Decided to start on this kit finally. As with some of my kits I decided to open this one up and throw a Fer details at it. So far I removed and filled in the area of the tank, opened the doors and trunk. Since I wanted to go the street racing direction I swaped out the stock for a Ross Gibson 429 Sidewinder. Formed up a tachometer and shift light, PE pedals, and 5pt. harness. The paint is nail polish with a pearl clear coat followed by 4 more coats, now waiting to be polished
  8. Admin, please move, put in here by mistake.
  9. Recently finished this kit. My wife chose the colors and some of the details, the rest was left for me to put my twist on it.
  10. 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.
  11. Off to a nice start. I've been wanting that kit myself.
  12. Outstanding work and great details. I really like how.they are coming along and the work that's gone into them.
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