Speedfreak

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About Speedfreak

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  • Birthday 11/13/1954

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  • Location KC
  • Full Name Gene Ahart

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  1. Speedfreak added a post in a topic 1975 AMC Gremlin Street Freak / Gasser   

    Really like the colors and finishes you're using on this Eric, nice clean build as well. Purple engine, and , silver interior, yes!
  2. Speedfreak added a post in a topic 1940 Ford Pickup   

    Okay, cool.
  3. Speedfreak added a post in a topic My finished rat rod 1966 Shelby GT 350H   

    Nice job Jericho, it looks pretty convincing. 
  4. Speedfreak added a post in a topic 1969 AMC SC/Rambler   

    Nice looking Rambler! 
  5. Speedfreak added a post in a topic 1940 Ford Pickup   

    Steve, I think it looks great, and , after what you went through to get it finished, ( I can relate, and, had to laugh at the photo area mishap) , good job! That purple just looks awesome on that truck, what color is that? The wood looks great too. I'm with DeeCee on the front white walls, that would really make it pop, even more than it already does. Nice job!
  6. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Kit choices   

    " Pleasant, easy build " does not describe the Prostreet kit. If I were a masochist maybe.  
  7. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Help with Tamiya TS-58   

    Get some plastic spoons and test. The darker the primer the darker the Light Blue Pearl will be. As Dave mentioned you can also use a color, (gold, silver etc,..) between the primer and color coat. Also with every additional color coat the color will darken somewhat. I love testing new colors, it's the only way you know for sure what you're going to get.   
  8. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Kit choices   

    I've been working on the '66 Nova Pro-Street kit for a couple of weeks now, not quite what I was hoping for as far as being problem free 'cause it sure ain't that! This kit will either make a modeler out of you, or , you'll quit the hobby. I guess you could also settle for a glue bomb, that sits eternally in the box. I'm not caving! 
  9. Speedfreak added a post in a topic 1967 Camaro SS   

    Looking good.
  10. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Ford Escort RS1800 7/29/15 Update - Front Bumpers   

    Looking good JC, paint looks much better rubbed out, has more depth. 
  11. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Revell Trabant 601s Universal   

    This is looking really good Geoff. 
  12. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Dodge Mirada and 1981 Imperial race cars   

    Nice work Fred.
  13. Speedfreak added a post in a topic 2015 Mustang FUNNY CAR "Frankenstein" - New Pics 7-24   

    Tim, I hope you can pull this off 'cause that promod body sure was purdy 
  14. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Simple green soak duration for styrene   

    No, not if it's rubbing alcohol. If the paint you're trying to take off is lacquer alcohol might be your best option. My last paint removal required separate soaks in both Super Clean, and , 91% rubbing alcohol. 
  15. Speedfreak added a post in a topic Dry brush instead of undercoat?   

    He could be referring to 'tanks' as in military stuff.  And he wants to know about base coats for the overall color of said tank.