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Roadrunner

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About Roadrunner

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 09/12/1953

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24

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  • Location
    St Louis
  • Full Name
    Kevin Williams

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  1. 1960 Chrysler Imperial. 11/13, Interior Work.

    I'd like to know that myself. My coffeine induced shaky hands would never allow such precise work.
  2. Revell '30 Ford

    The combination of the two will look pretty decent, I think.
  3. Revell '30 Ford

    Now being somewhat reluctant to use the Tamiya Coral, I opted for Testors Icy Blue instead.
  4. Revell '30 Ford

    After scrubbing with some steel wool, I've repainted using Testors gloss black instead. This I should be able to work with.
  5. Revell '30 Ford

    The Tamiya black on the fenders turned out just horrible. I don't know if I just goofed it up or what.
  6. Revell '30 Ford

    Body primered, so now good for some paint.
  7. Revell '30 Ford

    Seat cleaned up and primered now; looks a heck of a lot better, but still needs a bit of tweaking.
  8. 1960 Chrysler Imperial. 11/13, Interior Work.

    I want to be able to paint this good when I grow up.
  9. Revell '30 Ford

    The crazy huge gap in the front seat sides has now been filled with epoxy putty, then skim coated with Tamiya white putty. Once this is dry, I'll form it to shape and commence painting.
  10. Revell '30 Ford

    The tub interior had strange slots molded through the rear wheel wells, so after just a bit more tweaking, I'll be able to shoot primer, or at least that's the plan right now.
  11. Revell '30 Ford

    It's been a while since I played with this, but I have a strong desire to finish it up for a show here in May, so it's time to get moving on it again. Fenders, now cleaned up well, have finally been primered. Tomorrow I shoot on the Tamiya black lacquer, and I'm really looking forward to that.
  12. What non-auto model did you get today?

    It's a pretty amazing time to be a large scale aircraft modeler. (Anxiously waiting for the 1:32 Mirage 2000, due out in the next few months.)