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    Peter Malik

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  1. Pics of your Showrods anyone?

    Nice truck 1320wayne, do you happen to have any more pictures of the engine. i was looking into making something like this myself. Thanks
  2. Engine Identification

    Thanks Can-Con, hope I can find the rest of the pieces.
  3. Engine Identification

    Hello: My son recently pulled an engine from a older junked Lamborghini. I was considering on using this engine in another model, but I have no idea how complete the engine is and if there are any parts missing. Below are the pictures I took of the engine. Any help would be beneficial, thank you.
  4. That heater is really cool. Like your use of the straw for the flue.
  5. Got one of these kits at Ollie's and wanted something that was pretty straight forward with no modifications. I had this orange paint sitting around and decided to use it. Once I got the white stripes on I looked at it and thought boy that looks like a Cleveland Browns truck. The only thing missing from the paint job is the real browns helmet has a thin brown strip on the outside of each of the white strip. I thought it still looked very Brownish and still put a custom plate on it. Did not notice how the hood was sitting till after I looked at the photo. I screwed the front decal up a bit.
  6. Lonestar 'updated 9/23'

    Awesome truck and trailer
  7. Ollie's strike again

    Went to my local Ollie's last night (North Olmsted, OH) . What an incredible disappointment. Their "model blowout" was not anything spectacular. They had a big sign and a display packed with Lindburg Ford Police Crown Vics, AMT Snap It Bigfoot and Nestle Crunch monster trucks. We went back to the toy section and they still had the some Snap PT Cruisers, 1999 Ford Mustangs and a bunch of dinosaurs. My son dug around for a minute and found a Dodge Ram VTS. I picked up a Lindburg North Atlantic fishing trawler (it looks fun). Not really worth my time at all...at least my son and I got to go out to dinner.
  8. Ollie's strike again

    Just got an Ollie's ad this morning with more models.
  9. 2010 Chevy Camaro Ohio State Highway Patrol

    Thanks guys, I spent a lot of time on this one. For some reason I wanted to get it perfect.
  10. 1966 Chevy El Camino

    Yes those rimes came with the kit. The brakes are chromed and have decals with the holes.
  11. Let's see some police cars

    This is my recently completed 2010 Ohio State Highway Patrol Chevy Camaro. Posting with more pictures (Here)
  12. Got this 2010 Chevy AMT Showroom Replicas Camaro kit from eBay a long time ago and final had a cool idea. I ordered the decals from Bill Bozo and painted the car with German Silver metalic. The decals are top notch and well worth the almost month long wait. Took some artistic license in placing the decals on the front. The words could not be placed together as they are in the Chargers because of the vent on the front. Took a bit of artistic license with the blue interior tail lights. Found a "Call #677" plate and scaled it down. The two antennas on the drivers side are custom built, while the ones on the passenger side I found in a box or spare parts. You can see the radar display mounted to the dash behind the windshield. The radar itself is made from various sizes of styrene with pieces of clear sprue in each end. The spotlight is made from a head light from a '29 Ford Roadster. I made the computer out of a piece of styrene in which I printed a screen and keyboard then attached it to a piece of round styrene and attached it to the center console. Hard to see in this picture, but there is a custom CB radio in the center console, just in front of the cup holder. Caught some young whipper snappers out driving their '66 El Camino on the back roads. Thank you for looking.
  13. 1966 Chevy El Camino

    I saw this kit on sale at my local drug store. Right away I knew what I was going to do before I even made it to the check out. The body is painted with Testors star spangled blue and the interior is a simple white. The kit is pretty much stock except lowered the suspension a bit, but once I got done you can not tell much. Took the car out for a drive on the road and apparently enjoyed the 396 too much and was caught. Thanks for looking.