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misterNNL

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About misterNNL

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  • 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. misterNNL added a post in a topic New here, from Oz   

    Welcome to the forums.You'll find a lot of inspiration and wealth of information here.Enjoy!!
  2. misterNNL added a post in a topic Old newbie   

    Congratulations on your retirement.I did the same thing six years ago and highly recommend it.Welcome to the forums.You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer group of like minded people that are willing to help with questions or assisting in locating needed parts.
  3. misterNNL added a post in a topic 30 Ford   

    Great period piece.Thanks for not slapping chrome wheels on it too,not everyone had the money for those and rattle can paint was a cheap alternative that worked well.Thanks for sharing.
  4. misterNNL added a post in a topic 58 Impala lowrider "grapevine"   

    Superbly done Impala!Mile deep and super smooth paint,outstanding graphics and so much more.Thanks for sharing.
  5. misterNNL added a post in a topic Monogram Street T   

    Unusual color choices that work well togeather.Don't let this be your last model T build.
  6. misterNNL added a post in a topic 76 Cadillac Wagon   

    Great model of an unusual vehicle.I see a lot if likes coming this caster' s way.
  7. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1948 Ford Sedan Coupe Super Deluxe   

    Absolutely bench mark work!
  8. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1929 Model A Roadster ArtDeco/Coachbuilt/Streamliner   

    What is your opinion of the Uschi wood grain decal products?They look very transparent in your photos.I take it that would mean any color shading or weathering would need to be done in advance of the decal application.
  9. misterNNL added a post in a topic Victoria's Secret   

    That roof piece might just be a dandy place to install a pair of 50's Caddy bumper "Dagmars":)
  10. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1929 Model A Roadster ArtDeco/Coachbuilt/Streamliner   

    This just more incredibiler and wondererfuler with every update.
  11. misterNNL added a post in a topic The Tomkat - '25T with a boat tail   

    Very creative and well detailed.
  12. misterNNL added a post in a topic Red 1960 Corvette Acrylic Painting   

    Nice work!
  13. misterNNL added a post in a topic Things I have been working on   

    You might consider changing the size and shape of the cut out in that deck lid.I'd suggest taking the side cut out to the top edge of the fender line on both sides and forward(?) to where the rear facia panel attaches.That would increase the available desk top work space and look less like the original piece less the roof section.Adding vertical panels down from the fender top edges and the facia panel would attach the new cut lines to the desk top itself.Just another set of ideas from another sick mind.
  14. misterNNL added a post in a topic Beach builds Woody and '32   

    For those considering building this woodie and are concerned about and the scale of the wood materials tat are available,google Uschi decals.They are super realistic wood grain decals that are available in a lot of scales.They make a specific decal set just for this kit and the results are amazing to see.They are also available on Ebay.
  15. misterNNL added a post in a topic Model T Engine   

    Thanks for posting your photos as I am sure a lot of members have zero knowledge concerning these 20 HP engines that powered American automotive history for decades.Your attention to detail is exceptional and very well done.Thanks for sharing with us !!