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About StevenGuthmiller

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  • Birthday 11/27/1962

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    Hawley Minnesota
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    Steven Wade Guthmiller

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  1. Name that movie quote

    I saw it once many years ago, but not one of my favorites. Probably why it sounded familiar, but wasn't registering. Steve
  2. 66 GTO - color test

    Looks more like 1966 Pontiac "Barrier Blue" than "Marina Turquoise". Works for me!! Steve Marina Turquoise Barrier Blue
  3. Name that movie quote

    Sounds like something that I really should know, but it escapes me at the moment. Steve
  4. Console, or No Console

    I'm kind of on the fence with the console on my '67 Ford Galaxie project, so I thought that I would pose the question to any of the big Ford gurus among us. Does anyone know if a '67 Galaxie XL with the R code 427, 4 speed would have come with the console or not? Or would it have been optional? Steve
  5. 1967 Ford Galaxie XL, 12/17, More Interior Work.

    After getting a little frustrated with trying to do some modifications on this interior tub while intact, I decided that I would cut it apart and transform it into a "platform" style interior to make detailing a little easier. There was a lot more work involved than appears. First, I had to grind off the obligatory arm rest that runs all of the way to the floor in most of these old kit buckets. Then the window cranks were removed, which means that the pleats on the door panels needed to be reworked to eliminate all remaining evidence of them. All of the pleats were re-scribed, deepened & re-shaped for a clean slate. Then the old trim was removed and replaced with pieces o stretched sprue. some filling, sanding, scribing and priming yielded a nice fresh panel to be detailed. I will add a set of arm rests cut from an AMT '67 Cyclone's door panels, a door courtesy light, and a set of window cranks shaved from some other door panels when it's time to finish. Need to finish the other panel & then a few mods to the dash and steering wheel and they will be ready for paint. Body has had any modifications basically finished and is about ready for primer. Steve
  6. Name that movie quote

    Goodfellas! De niro and Pesci, how can you go wrong? Steve
  7. 1964 Cadillac Eldorado

    Just a joke guys. It's beautiful! Steve
  8. Name that movie quote

    That's why I didn't know that one. I am a Tarantino fan, but the only movie of his that I didn't care for, in recent memory, was Kill Bill. I never saw the second one. Sometimes I think he gets a little carried away with the gore. My favorites were Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and Inglorious Basterds. Django Unchained & The Hateful Eight had their moments, but the carnage went a little overboard. I would like to re-sample Natural Born Killers again some day. Haven't seen it in years & don't remember a lot about it. Steve
  9. Name that movie quote

    Doesn't sound like my genre. Sounds a little like a conversation that might have taken place in a movie like Dead Pool. Steve
  10. 1964 Cadillac Eldorado

    By God, that's fairly decent! Steve
  11. Name that movie quote

    Anybody notice an underlying theme here recently? Lots of Coen brothers movies. Raising Arizona, Fargo, The Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men, True Grit. These guys are among the absolute best film makers of our generation, no doubt! Steve
  12. Name that movie quote

    The Big Lebowski. Another great one! Steve
  13. Name that movie quote

    Christmas Vacation. Steve
  14. Name that movie quote

    Most of them from another favorite of mine, Fargo. Steve
  15. Name that movie quote

    Reservoir Dogs. Buscemi is my hero! Steve