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Nacho Z

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About Nacho Z

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    MCM Ohana

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  • Scale I Build
    1:24

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  • Location
    Fairmont, WV
  • Full Name
    John Brolin

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  1. Revell Porsche 934 Vaillant .

    She turned out fantastic! You really did a nice job on it. And yes, both cars look great!
  2. MPC Vending Machine.

    Nice start! I think the real vehicle is so cool. When this kit was re-popped, pun intended, I had to buy it and build it. Not sure how the roof is fitting for you but it was a horrible fit for me. Really looking forward to seeing yours when it is finished. Good luck!
  3. Revell Ford GT

    I would have never believed that white would have looked so good! Super nice job on this!
  4. Thanks for the review! Mine is on its way from HLJ.
  5. Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-8 Sprint Type

    Fantastic! I have always liked this car. You did such a nice job on it!
  6. Matt B's 2018 Showcase

    Not a bad one in the bunch! You are a talented modeler and a heck of a photographer!
  7. Insane Pagani Huayra...WARNUNG: photo heavy

    My Lord, she is absolutely stunning! What a wonderful journey you took us on. Thanks so much for sharing your work with us. Glad you finished her up.
  8. Fully detailed Pagani Huayra..Under Glass

    I don't think there is a superlative that hasn't been used yet so I am just going to say, beautiful build, Dann! It has been enjoyable following along.
  9. AMT 1968 El Camino SS 396

    That is one sharp looking build! As the others have said, you nailed it in all aspects, great color choice and details!
  10. Porsche 911 Turbo .

    You have really nailed "the look" with this one! The color combos, stance, etc all work so well together! Great looking model.
  11. Revell 1/12 camaro z28

    Holy cats!! That thing is gorgeous!!
  12. Don't know if this will work. Hopefully it is a link to a video that demonstrates what I was trying to explain.
  13. Another method that does work is to use a new #11 blade in a hobby knife handle and roll the piece of tubing under it. You must keep the blade at a 90 degree angle to the tubing. When rolling the tubing with the blade, make sure that the tubing rolls in a straight line. In other words, you want your cut line straight and true all the way around the tubing. I hope this makes sense. I struggled to get the technique into words...lol.
  14. I have always admired your work, Alex. It is great to see your in-progress updates. I have said elsewhere, I would put masking as my least favorite thing to do. I'm not good at it. As you pointed out, it is time consuming and more often than not, takes longer to do than the prep and painting. Your Mazda is looking great. Love the color! I'm looking forward to seeing more updates.
  15. Studio27 1/20 Williams FW24

    She is looking good, Chris!