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About bhgseve

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    Newton, IA
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    Scott Sevenbergen

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  1. Looks great Chris, nice work!! Excellent photos as well!
  2. Looks great! We need more sprint cars on here! Thanks for sharing!
  3. Great looking builds! Good job on both!
  4. Joe at Scale Sprints makes awesome decals, but he is kind of scaling back a little bit. www.scalesprints.com, or look up scale sprints on facebook. Justin at Southwest Scale Chassis has a bunch of chassis parts, hoods, body panels, etc.. He's great to work with also. www.swschassis.com The Parts Box from Australia has some stuff available too, engine parts, wheels, tires, hoods, etc... www.thepartsbox.com This should get you started, good luck with your projects!
  5. Great looking sprint car! Good work!
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    keading usac

    Looks great as always Lou, awesome job!
  7. Thank you all for the kind comments, it's much appreciated!
  8. Thanks for the nice comments guys, I appreciate them! Yes, 1/24th scale based off of the Monogram kit. That kit is so outdated I tried to update as much as I could on it to make it current. I attend Knoxville weekly as well, one of these days I will make it out to the Grove!
  9. My first official post here on the forum! 2 1/2 year project of Shane Stewart's 2012 Knoxville 360 Nationals winning sprint car. Mostly scratchbuilt model, only used around 20 parts from the kit, the rest was scratchbuilt or an aftermarket part. The frame and body panels were scratchbuilt, and had some help from my good friend Mark Johnson building the fuel injection and valve covers, which turned out great! Used parts from The Parts Box, RB Motion, Dirtmodeler, Scale Hardware, Detail Master, Protech, & Micro Nitro to complete the build, and decals from Scale Sprints. I left the left front wheel off of the hub to display the Scale Hardware nuts and bolts on the hub, and to show the brake detail. Thanks for looking!
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