John Goschke

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  1. John Goschke added a post in a topic Jaaaag XK120- Gentleman's Racer! Paint and Engine Update 7/26   

    Great work on that interior. Thanks for the info on this kit, too.
  2. John Goschke added a post in a topic 1400 mile 1974 Ford LTD Country Squire (Sorry, couldn't find the station wagon thread)   

    A genuine relic from the deepest dark ages of American car culture! Love the way the dark forest green interior clashes with the yellow-green exterior – so '70s.
    Too bad it's not a '64 with 1,400 miles.
     
  3. John Goschke added a post in a topic 1961 Starliner Mild Custom. Update, 7/26 Interior Finished!   

    It's details like that that'll give this build special meaning!
    What are those bezels from, Steve?
    Of course now you'll have to add the missing parking lights to the Starliner's front bumper! Though you could modify the bumper from the Styline '61 Ford Club Vic...
  4. John Goschke added a post in a topic What did you get today?   

    Not today, but recently acquired. One can never have too many "Squarebirds!"
    Two nice rebuildable '60s. The convertible has had its emblems and script cleanly removed. Love that these kits have a stick shift trans hooked to the 352!


    A really sad "basement find" '59 hardtop came from a friend in our model club. It'll be parted out and the roof will provide the basis for an up-top for the '60 convertible.


  5. John Goschke added a post in a topic Couple Rebuilt Oldies for the shelf   

    Nicely done! Excellent foil work on the '61 Buick side moldings – those are the toughest part of that kit.
  6. John Goschke added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............some "beauty/teaser" shots 7/19/15   

    Amazing work, Bill! Looks terrific. I like the restrained, stock appearance of the engine compartment and the tidy work on the wires and hoses.
    FWIW, that profile view showing the stance looks like a typical Mustang to me! It always seemed like they came from the factory with their noses high or their tails low, didn't they? Though a drop in the front for a slight forward rake would look a lot better.
  7. John Goschke added a post in a topic Big Dog II ('53 Ford Shop Truck)   

    Hey Tommy, the truck looks great! What about Tamiya light Pearl Green for the scallops? Or perhaps Tamiya Green Metallic (though that might be a bit too far to the yellow side of green.)
     
     
  8. John Goschke added a post in a topic 1964 Pontiac Bonneville   

    Great work saving that body and getting it straight and square. The finished product looks tremendous!
    Only quibble I might have is that the exhaust tips look out of scale in diameter.
     
  9. John Goschke added a post in a topic 54 Chevy Barn Find   

    Great job on a dog of a kit! Well done weathering, too.
  10. John Goschke added a post in a topic Google maps Subaru Impreza STI   

    Absolutely brilliant!
    Your pup is very tolerant!
  11. John Goschke added a post in a topic 65 Galaxie update bmf   

    I really like the colors you've chosen for your Galaxie. Foil work is also nicely done.

    Looking forward to seeing with the clear coats down.
  12. John Goschke added a post in a topic Post you flame paint jobs!   

    AMT Deuce roadster.

    Tamiya Mica Blue over Silver Leaf. Flames are Tamiya Racing White, Bright Red, Orange, Yellow with One Shot Orange lettering enamel striping.






  13. John Goschke added a post in a topic 29 Pickup   

    This is looking terrific! Nice work on the fender widening.

    The basic concept reminds me of this old build in my collection done by a kid in the early '60s...


  14. John Goschke added a post in a topic Ferrari 250 GTO by Fujimi   

    Very clean build.
  15. John Goschke added a post in a topic Miss Deal/Revell Parts Packs Mashup   

    Really nice engine detail! The black plug wires are a nice change from the common bright yellow.