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misterNNL

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About misterNNL

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 10/24/1942

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  • Scale I Build
    1/25 th

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  • Location
    Jackson Center, OH
  • Full Name
    Tom Woodruff

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  1. 1:64 STRRRRRETCH PETERBILT

    Love it. Large and in charge for sure.
  2. I spent a couple days figuring out how to attach some small trim parts to my current project without using super glue. I normally use the CA for almost everything but these trim pieces are barely 1/16" wide and were going to be attached to a dark burgundy paint job so I needed another solution. I finally settled on using brush-on gloss clear bottle paint as the adhesive. After scraping off the chrome plating I applied a light coat to back side of the trim and carefully set the parts in place with tweezers. Seems to work very well. Just thought you might be able to use this little tip yourself.Good luck.
  3. Truck Axle Service Vignette

    The only detail I would add here is some fasteners where the wooden cross boards on the pallet where they meet the 4 by 4's.
  4. Model Aaaaaaa

    Looking great. As for a motor choice you might want to consider something unusual like a big diesel unit with turbos,etc,as that seems to be a trend in big rat rodded sedans these days. A low down stance with those massive rear tires would also be some kinda cool. Thanks for sharing.
  5. Truck Axle Service Vignette

    Amazing realism! Thanks for sharing.
  6. 1919 Mack AC Wrecker

    Very unusual. The rear set of duals looks like the extra"tag" axle seen on some modern cement trucks to compensate for heavy loads. Was that axle a driven axle that was connected to the drive line of a. Accessory axle for heavy jobs?
  7. 29 roadster

    Love the paint. Looks like black as a base color but what did you use for the rust color?
  8. 1932 Ford Ex-Jalopy

    Nice photos as well. A couple could pass as pix of real cars. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Space Rod 32

    Excellent work. Looking very much like the original art work that inspired you. Thanks for sharing.
  10. Several items for trade

    Just FYI on those clear parts, if there's a number molded into the sprue that will be the kit number the clear parts came from.
  11. I finally connected with AITM and was able to order my wheels. Thanks to all members kind enough to look.
  12. '48 Chevy Aerosedan

    Beautifully done Chevy. Thanks for sharing.
  13. The Queen Anne - 1894 , Finished an lit

    Is this 1/25th scale ?
  14. The Queen Anne - 1894 , Finished an lit

    Amazingly realistic. Did you have full access to the house for measuring and photography or possibly to some original blueprints? This has got to huge and difficult to transport. Does it come apart to be moved? Thanks for sharing your considerable talent with us.
  15. For me, Just right in so many ways "Can O' Worms"

    Now that really shows off the true nature of the metallic finish. Thanks for posting the new photo.