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F/CNUT

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About F/CNUT

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  • Scale I Build
    1/16

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    ARIZONA
  • Full Name
    Stephen

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  1. Thanks Ian for the blanket info. I'll try the medical tape process and see that work out.
  2. Nice detail. I have been following your since the beginning. I'am building the 1/16th 74 SPEED EQUIPMENT WORLD VEGA. Can you tell me what material you used for your tranny blanket.
  3. OK, Thanks guys for your input, I appreciate it. I'll see what I can come up with.
  4. Hi guys, I'am building the 1/16 scale Keeling and Clayton 72 mustang funny car. I just finished making the interior tin and priming it. Can anyone tell me what color of paint to use . I can not find any pictures of the tin to find out. If anybody has as set of Slixx decals for the 1/25 car, the instruction sheet might tell what color to paint the tin. Thanks
  5. Here is my 1/16 scale 72 Sir Wells Charger funny car that I built a little over a year ago. Enjoy.
  6. Tim I to have to say this is the most outstanding builds that I have ever seen from start to finish. I applaud you sir. Love to see this in person. Steve
  7. Nice job on this one. Love the paint and stance, just right. Steve
  8. Thanks a lot Guys for all the comments I truly appreciate it. George, You are right it is 1/16 scale Chris Williams, I used some English Acrylic called U-POL. The numbers are UP 2881 Clear and up 2327 for the hardener. There is no thinner required. The mixing ratio is 4 parts clear to 1 part hardener. It drys very fast and hard. Its a dream to rub out and polish. Love it
  9. Hi guys it s been a long time since I posted car on here. So here is my latest build Its the 72 Sir Well Dodge Charger. Hope you all like it .
  10. Thank guys for the info Love all the pictures on facebook. This is going to help a lot.
  11. I have been working on the 1/16 Mickey Thompson's blue Grand Am for a guy and Its ready for paint. The problem is that I'am having a bad time trying to get the right paint match from the on line pictures. So, can anyone out there know what would be the right paint. The blue is a solid color. No metallic etc. Thanks
  12. Chris, Nice talking to you and well done at the Nats. A well disserved. I loved that car.
  13. Chris, What a " EXCELLENT" funny car. Can't wait to see it at the Nationals
  14. Chris, Nice seeing you at show. It was great talking to you. WOW your car was outstanding, and CONGRATULATIONS on you award. Well deserved. Steve
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