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Perspective Customs

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About Perspective Customs

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday December 27

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    Cape Coral, Fl
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    Jay Gibbs

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  1. '69 340 Dart

    Very nice rebuild. What did you use to make the vinyl roof?
  2. 2019 Silverado

    I'm not liking this along with some of Chevy's other designs like the Equinox. Too many pointless creases along the body. Certainly not for aerodynamics. Same for the Malibu and to some extent, the Impala. They're just looking more and more like appliances.
  3. 2019 Silverado

    Oh snap! I never noticed that.
  4. What did you see on the road today?

    1936 or 37 Cord 812. Not on the road but on display at Cap City in Fort Myers, FL.
  5. 1958 Cadillac Seville

  6. One New Build in 2017, Started in 2010!

    Seven years well spent.
  7. My 2017 Builds

    The Galaxie is a reproduction of one of my dad's cars. He's sporting lakes, spotlights and Fiestas so that's how I built it. My attempt at old school Trues and Vogues. Thanks everyone and I hope we all have a happy and productive new year.
  8. 1972 Buick Riviera - Boat-tail

    Agree 100%. Beautiful build.
  9. Warpage Repair; anyone know how?

    You can try the hot/cold water method. Dip a portion of the model (roof, hood, sides, etc) into a bowl of very hot water while reshaping then immediately place into a bowl of cold water, still holding the shape. You'll need to do this several times and be careful not to bend the plastic too forcefully to avoid breaking it. And of course be careful not to burn yourself. I used this method on a '58 Fleetwood promo with fair results. Not perfect but did remove a good amount of the shrinkage/warpage. Individual results may vary. If you're able to make bucks that may help in the process.
  10. Diorama Dream

    Very interesting video. With so many men at work shows why there was once a thriving middle class. That would be a very cool diorama if you can pull it off.
  11. Ukrainian Scale Cars Production (USCP)

    Just purchased these wheels from them yesterday for the 2002 I got for xmas. Hope they don't take too long to arrive.
  12. Jeep Rubicon Conversion to four door hardtop

    I'm watching. This is something I've been thinking about for some time.