parkflyrer 50

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  • Location California
  • Full Name Tony V.

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  1. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic Therapy '66 Ford Fairlane   

    Very nice ...Love that pro touring style. You did an excellent job on this one..I used those wheels on my 56 Nomad..
  2. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 1964 Dodge A330   

    Wow exceptional building skills..that first picture is very impressive..beautiful job..
  3. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 57 Ford Birthday Build   

    That is so awsome of you to spend time with you're sister..at you're age you could have gone and did something way crazier especially on you're 18th b-day..As a Dad of two grown daughters myself I am very proud of you..well done..
  4. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 58 Plymouth Fury Pro-Modified   

    Beautiful..very clean..
  5. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic Krusty Kuda - Street Freak   

    Awsome scary looking cuda..I love it..
  6. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 69 Hurst Olds   

    Awsome american muscle..great building skills..good subject too not the typical chevy or ford..
  7. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic chevy Bel Air 57   

    Beautiful job..very nice colors very clean / sharp build...
  8. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 1958 Impala Coupe   

    A couple more pics 


  9. parkflyrer 50 added a topic in Under Glass   

    1958 Impala Coupe
    Okay guys..Heres my 1st completion for the year..The AMT / Ertl 58 Chevy Impala Coupe. I used testors aztek pearl green and put a set of pegusus wheels on it.. I went kinda simple on this one only because I don't have alot of hobby time these days (a bad case of bronchitis and time off work) gave me the extra time to finish this one within a weeks time.. This kit went together fairly well, most of the parts fitment was okay and the bmf on this kit was definately a patience tester. Thanks to Tulio "lovefordgalaxie" I learned the process of foiling the fender lettering.. I also discovered I don't particularly care for opening doors hence the black door jambs that should have been green. I was gonna go two tone but decided not to only because I started two other kits with two tone paint but had to put them back on the shelf..hopefully you won't find too many flaws ( rememder I was sick)  compared to some of the works of art in these forums.. Thanks guys



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  10. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic '65 Impala, Foose inspired.   

    Very nice..nothing to feel bad about from what I see..also very good idea to use these forums for learning and ideas trust me I've learned lots from these forums...
     
  11. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria.   

    Just thought I'd share my attempt at foiling the body script thanks again for your advice
     

  12. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria.   

    Thanks so much..gonna give it a try...
     
  13. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria.   

    Thanks for the reply much appreciated..I recently started a project and it has badges I want to try your method but I already painted the body with testors aztek acrylic..do you think I might be able to foil the lettering and put another coat of paint?? Also would thinner work on acrylic??
     

  14. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria.   

    Beautiful job..hope to become as skilled as you some day..I gotta ask if you can discribe you're method of foiling the body script.. moulding is one thing but body lettering seem almost impossable for me..or is dry brushed?
  15. parkflyrer 50 added a post in a topic 55 Chevy Street Machine   

    I dont blame you on the bmf..it will drive you nuts sometimes..to me bmf can be a blessing and can be a curse..its caused me to mess up a couple of nice paint jobs with my xacto