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 FormulaA Revell 29 Roadster   

    You have a unique skill set and the knowledge to put it to work.I personally would never have even considered attempting this type a project at my age but this certainly seems to be viable method of producing unique and intresting parts.The tutorial would be a great tool for those wanting to add to their arsenal of modeling skills.
  2. misterNNL added a post in a topic FORD 1938 COE "pulling"   

    Nice!I'd love to hear the real one running at full throttle.Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
  3. misterNNL added a post in a topic FORD 1941 COE camper hauler   

    Oh my!Please post more of these here for us all to enjoy.Your models are amazing and obviously well researched.Thanks so much for posting your photos.
  4. misterNNL added a post in a topic FORD 1938 COE ramp hauler   

    Great truck.Overall proportions are excellent as well.Thanks for sharing your talent with the rest of us.
  5. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1934 Ford Stake Truck - Rat Rod Style   

    A down and dirty dually.I love it!Thanks for posting.
  6. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1929 Ford ...with RHD!   

    Nice to see an unusual take on a classic model truck.Thanks for posting your photos.
  7. misterNNL added a post in a topic 34 Ford Junkyard truck   

    Nice detail work on the wrecker boom.Looks great and the rusted surfaces have great texture as well.Thanks for sharing.
  8. misterNNL added a post in a topic '68 Plymouth Fury. Mass. State Police   

    Nice chassis swap,a lot of work but worth the effort.Where are you sourcing your decals?
  9. misterNNL added a post in a topic I don't do hot rods. Well, maybe I do.   

    Nice start here.The chop Is looking really slick.As to whether or not you build hot rods.....it depends on whose set of rules you look at to determine what defines a hot rod.For decades the designation was determined by the year the vehicle was manufactured.That year was always 1948.Any vehicle manufactured up until '48 was a hot rod.'49 and newer was and still is a custom.How many readers remember the column in Rod And Custom Magazine titled "Across 49th Street"?
    This should be a great Custom and a fun build to watch develop.Thanks for sharing!
  10. misterNNL added a post in a topic Revell '48 Ford Coupe   

    Nice period custom.Great finish and shine also.The only change I personally would have made would be to add new drip molding over the windows.Just a personal thing not in any way criticizing your choices.Thanks for sharing.
  11. misterNNL added a post in a topic Rockford Files trailer   

    Again,very realistic and well done model!Congrats.
  12. misterNNL added a post in a topic My trailers!   

    Thanks Gary.Your wooden teardrop inspired me to build one last month..I used a tracing of the rear fender profile from a '35 Auburn speedster as the basic shape,made a sheet styrene shell then covered it with cherry veneer and added basswood design elements for contrast.Thanks for sharing.
  13. misterNNL added a post in a topic Rockford Files trailer   

    Great job on this!The weathering really makes it look more realistic,very subtle and done just right.Where did you find your basic trailer dimensions?
  14. misterNNL added a post in a topic Mad Max Gigahorse   

    I am in awe of how incredibly complicated this project has become!Simply stunning.
  15. misterNNL added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Scale traiers
    While looking for cool images for my Pintrest album titled"scale model trailers"I found  photo of three 1/25 scale travel trailers on display at a model show.Two were replicas of Airfloat brand trailers with their distinctive row of round side Windows and the third was a replica of a mid 1930's Airstream Clipper.I would like to get in touch with the builders and would appreciate knowing they are.Thanks in advance for any info.
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