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About lghtngyello03

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    Scott Inman

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  1. Love the quality of this build so far. Interior color is great, and the paint job looks great on the body.
  2. Thanks man! I'd love to have it too, lol. Yea the wheel chock is removable, so next time i shoot some pics I will move it a little further forward. Kind of funny though, I pulled my Evo 8 with my 2017 Sierra All Terrain 4x4 almost in the same position and it towed straight as an arrow with no swaying. Thanks Dan! Heck yea, build it up and post some pics man!
  3. Thanks Steve. I'm not a Ford guy but man, I'd definitely have one of these. I'd have to slap a VMP Supercharger on it too
  4. Thanks guys! I can tell this is a super nice kit while taking everything off to prep for primer. Sucks it will be a slower build since I will not have all my time devoted to it, lol.
  5. Oh man, that's a lot of work. I did my time on outdoor landscaping while the state was shut down for almost a month. Glad to have gotten it completed while it was still decently cool here in SC
  6. Thanks Chris! For sure. I need to take some new pics of some old builds now that I have a real light booth and throw them on there, lol.
  7. Thanks Dann! I have come to a stand still for time being on this build, lol. My wife has decided it is time to update the kitchen, which involved a color change on the entire house, lol. So now my weekends off of work are dedicated to getting as much done in a day or two on the house as possible. But, I will keep trying to do a little bit during the week on the model if possible.
  8. Thanks man! Definitely don't overlook a snap kit, lol. Here is a thread with it doing work as it should hauling a trailer. I got a Scenes Unlimited trailer hitch for it to tow with.
  9. Thanks Carl! Definitely wish this could classify to go in with the cars underglass so it would get some attention
  10. Thank you! I love the look of it. It’s gonna be pretty cool for shows
  11. Yes, the first time I did it on my 55 Cameo, I was going nuts. Then someone here on the forum chimed in and told me to try CA glue over top of the filler, and it would reduce chances on it happening. As you can see, some areas it works perfect, and some require some more effort like the back fender vents and front bumper fillers.
  12. So I realized after looking through some pictures, that the front bumper doesn’t have the fog lights on the Riley Motorsports car. So I took the fog light lenses and glued them in as they normally would be, and took some putty and superglue and went to work. After all that, I opened up the holes in the exhaust so they would have more depth to them. I also sanded the sink marks out of the spoiler to get it ready for primer as well. After what seems forever I finally got everything cut from their spru’s and primed, as well as the body. The body needs a little more putty work on the rear fender vents and fog lights that I patched up. The rear bumper, hood inlet, and side inlets turned out great though. Hope to get a little more work done on the body tomorrow to correct these issues.
  13. Looks good. I’ve had this kit for a while...it screams to be built lol.
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