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    Jeff Herrman

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  1. You are correct, the early seasons show a small block under the hood, but in later seasons, around 9 or 10, I can't recall right now, it definitely has a big block in there. So either would be correct depending on what season you're modeling. As a HUGE fan of the show,(I think I said that before) I can't wait for this to hit the shelves. Just disappointed they didn't make the trunk open, such an important part of the show. Jeff
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    TV Tommy Ivo had several kits made with him on it. Jeff
  3. Great looking Astro. Did you build it box stock, or did you modify anything. I have one of these kits I want to build like my dad's old Astro and I already know a couple of things I need to change, like the rear doors. My dad's had the vertical split cargo doors in the rear and a rear bench seat. I like your color choice and the underneath painting. Good job. Jeff
  4. Cool project. Can't wait to see the progress on this one. So that's what it is. I have a parts tree with a few of the parts on it including the front intake, but it's not complete. I wasn't sure
  5. Nice compound turbos on that Willys. Wonder what the boost is going into the head? Jeff
  6. One of the Coke kits I'm looking forward to. The other is the C600 stake bed. Need that to haul all of the vending machines from all the other kits, lol. Jeff
  7. Great news! Gonna pick up one or two of those for planned projects. Jeff
  8. Really great build and weathering. Where is the pig from? That really made the model. Jeff
  9. That came out really nice. Good attention to detail. There have been some really good builds of this kit on here lately. Yours is definitely among them. I need to build one of these soon. Jeff
  10. Finally finished this build. It's a finicky kit for sure, gave me some fitment issues and as usual, my paint job is sub par. But it is a cool kit of a different and cool car, so I was more than happy to see it reissued. I built it stock more or less. The paint might not match factory codes, but my memory of one running around town when I was a kid was of this color scheme. I didn't fully do the engine bay as it wasn't easy finding good, clear pics inside the engine bay without the spare tire getting in the way. Plus the starter went into the stratosphere while I was painting it in a pair of tweezers and somehow disappeared into the linoleum monster (is that possible?). So I decided to not fret the small details and take several members advice and just build it for fun (thanks hpi guy and several others). Thanks for looking. Jeff
  11. Snapped this pic today at the trucking company close to my job. They always have some cool loads. See my earlier posts. I figured they would have some this week since last weekend was the big antique auto show at Hershey PA. Sorry the pics so far away, but I snap my pics from the public roads, I'm not going to tresspass on private property without permission. Would make a cool build with the auto rack reissue announced. Jeff
  12. Lol, that is TOO cool! Outstanding workmanship in that and wow for finding all that cool stuff for the interior. I'm impressed. Jeff
  13. Nicely done. Great paintwork and interior. Man, there are some nice Broncos popping up on here lately. Gotta get off my keister and build one of the kits I have squirrled away now. Jeff
  14. Great looking Bronco. The color combination works good for it. Good job on your first 4x4, it won't be your last. Jeff
  15. That came out very nice. Great scratch building on the roof and interior. Jeff
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