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  1. The Second Annual Canyon State Modelcon is happening. It was a great turnout last year, and this year will be even greater.
  2. Shores & Hess anglia

    Simply outstanding build Jim!
  3. Ramchargers Duster

    You're on a roll, Roger! Man, that looks great. Well done sir.
  4. I agree with Brad. That weathering looks great, Chris.
  5. Don Grotheer 1970 Cuda

    Outstanding as usual for you, Roger!
  6. 41 willys hi guys I am new here

    Very nicely done, Tom!
  7. LA Hooker Mustang

    Very nicely done, Chris!
  8. Revell '57 Gasser

    Very nicely done, Nick! Paint turned out beautifully.
  9. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 9-19

    Nice start to this Tim. Having recently completed the Jim Dunn cuda, I'll be keeping a close eye on your progress.
  10. Much better pics, Chris. A lot of great detailing on your chassis, and those beautiful Chuck Boerner's decals!
  11. Bob Glidden's MotorCraft Thunder Bird

    Beautiful work, Marcelo! Very clean building technique. The detail, paint and decals look great.
  12. The Giant Killer

    Very nice build, George!
  13. AMT AWB Mustang Car is done !

    Job well done, Ray!
  14. Funny Car Summer 'Cuda

    Nice pictures, Bob! I'd love to see some more of your Vega panel. That just looks totally cool...!
  15. soapy sales funny car

    I haven't built the Soapy Sales version yet, but I recently completed the generic Model King version of the same kit. What is the body/interior tin hanging up on? Do you have a Dremel drill with a grinder bit to maybe trim away the area that's catching? Maybe a picture of the problem area might help diagnose the issue.