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JasonC

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About JasonC

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  • Birthday 05/06/1979

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    Beans Cove, PA
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    Jason Carns

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  1. This is the Revell Syclone kit. I made it look like a normal Sonoma kind of.. Wanted a Sonoma ST look hence the stripes and script on the doors. Also wanted it to look like someone's fun toy, but not an expensive toy. I'm cheap so didn't go all out on details and just used what I had laying around. Like the wheel tubs are LED tea candles cut in half. And the fuel cell is a rubber bumper for a hood or trunk lid with a washer and screw added. The hood I messed up on. Its ill fitting cause I didn't test fit it with the grill in. The cowl scoop is from the 69 Nova kit. Overall I'm please as it was a fun build.
  2. Another 1925 T Bucket

    Thank you everyone!
  3. Another 1925 T Bucket

    Thanks, I do like the Burlwood look.
  4. Another 1925 T Bucket

    Good eye, yes it is!
  5. Another 1925 T Bucket

    They are on the fat side. I got one more of this kit to build. Maybe I'll try wire on it. Thanks for the advice.
  6. 1925 T Bucket

    Many thanks!!!
  7. 1925 T Bucket

    Got it on Ebay a couple years back. It was in a roll like tape.
  8. Revell 1948 Ford Custom

    Thank you everyone!
  9. Revell 1948 Ford Custom

    I used a fine point green sharpie. Thankfully there was an indent in the seat and with me holding my breath, I was able to get a straight line.
  10. Another 1925 T Bucket

    AMT 25 T Fruitwagon kit. I changed the engine and wheels/tires. Color is Duplicolor Ford Brown Metallic with the driveline as Duplicolor GM Carmal Metallic. I was going for a 70s street rod look. I tried to do some wood grain on the dash, steering wheel, shift knob and floors. This one I did eliminate the metal front axle.
  11. 1925 T Bucket

    This is the AMT 25 T Fruitwagon kit Body, brakes, and rear axle are Duplicolor GM Cayenne Red Metallic. Frame is Tamiya Gunmetal, interior is Duplicolor Toyota White Pearl with gold flocking, engine is Duplicolor Nissan Orange Mist Metallic. Used Testors Wet Look Clear on the body. Model is box stock. I added fuel line, disc behind the wheels for drums, radiator hose, changed the radiator cap, generator bracket, plug wires, flocking, engine turned vinyl to the floor and dash. Also used gold Washi tape on the dash. The ball's in the velocity stacks are BBs out of pellets for a .177cal pellet gun. The cowl was mismolded and twisted. I straightened it out and molded in the firewall. There are two things I wish I done differently. One use chrome marker for the windshield frame instead of copper paint, and two not use the metal axle for the front.
  12. Revell 1948 Ford Custom

    Kept this one pretty much box stock minus a few small things. Paint I used Tamiya Green Pearl with Testors Wet Look. Used Duplicolor GM Medium Green Metallic on the frame, wheels, and engine/trans. Interior is Pearl white with dual coat. Used Washi tape for the pattern on seats and door panels. Also put down some dark green flocking. Decals are from various other kits.
  13. 71 GTX

    Totally agree about the gold. Looking good.
  14. 1967 GTX 440

    Thank you all!!!!