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echo

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    S. florida
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    ed noga

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  1. 57 Belair hot police - MADE IN BRAZIL

    I liked what you did with the chassis, it came out really nice !
  2. '27 Turtledeck T dry lakes racer

    Nice to see a salt flats car. Great looking model !
  3. Moebius 1965 Cyclone A/FX 427 SOHC

    I have come back to look at this build several times. Jason you did a wonderful job of building an A/FX car of the period, this was the last hurrah for the traditional factory A/FX effort as the altered wheel base Mopars were getting all the attention in the press. The attention to detail in your model is outstanding and is somewhat subtle but makes the model special. The teardrop hood is a personal touch and a lot of the cars of that era had one off pieces that weren't seen on other cars. I enjoy seeing the S/S, A/FX, stock bodied cars replicated in model form and yours is one of the best examples.
  4. Chevy Biscayne 1964 NYC taxi

    I like what you did with the car, must be in early '64 as it isn't beat up too badly yet.
  5. My idea of a Hot Rod Ford.

    A really nice build, paint, stance you have it all.
  6. "Orange Clunker Car" - MPC General Lee

    You did a wonderful job, thanks for the work in progress photos. I'm not that familiar with the Dukes car and would have overlooked the subtle changes you did to the body & frame. The casual observer would assume the kit came that way, your building skills make it seem like it came that way, nice build !
  7. Chaparral 2H

    A very nice build, the scratch built items worked out great. Not a successful car but Jim Hall was always trying out new ideas, most of the time they worked. Again good looking model !
  8. 63 Dodge

    Mike, I used some Metalizer aluminum paint on the carbs, then did a wash of some flat black to bring up some of the great details on the Fireball carbs, and added a bit of Testors silver to add some contrast, also a bit of brass on some of the fittings. Thanks for the compliments on the build.
  9. Sraight axle 57 Chevrolet

    Very nice build ! Definitely has the Gasser look of the '60's.
  10. 63 Dodge

    This model started out as an original '63 Dodge Polara by Johan. I used the original body, glass , dash & bumpers. The chassis , running gear, interior and engine was from the Lindberg '64 Dodge Color Me Gone Kit. There are some subtle changes to the body in the rear to reflect a lower model of the Dodge line. I added a narrow post to the roof, probably not 100 % correct but I like the look of a post car. The door handles and carbs are from Fireball Modelworks, MCG emblems are on the trunk. I wanted a bench seat in the front and made it from the rear seat in the '64 kit. I mixed up some left over paint which turned out a bit more yellow than I envisioned. The decals are left over bits and pieces from various kits. Any comments are welcome.
  11. 1963 Plymouth Fury convertible

    They are all nice builds. Love the Johan models.
  12. The Revell 1974 Torino Thread!

    Fireball Model Works sells a wheel set for the SH Torino, great products & service.
  13. 1962 Chrysler 300 Convertible. First for 2017!

    This is a great build, your work is so clean most people would think it came that way ! Love the up top.
  14. Resin part suppliers

    I have had excellent service from all three vendors. Great products & service, you can't go wrong with them.
  15. Very nice build, period correct !