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Sledsel

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About Sledsel

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 12/11/1966

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    Ohio
  • Full Name
    Andy H.

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  1. Life with cats. Does anyone else have this happen to them?

    Tommy likes to take tires and play with them. He also tends to sleep in a kit lids on the desk.
  2. A modified Monogram 58 Tbird roof can work
  3. If anyone builds this, use the custom 37 Chevy tail light tuned around. You will need 2 though
  4. 55 Bel Air mild custom. (New pics Dec 11th)

    Looking cool, love the wheels. Odd they did not do the fender/door trim like the rear quarter trim
  5. Best fix for Revell's '48 Ford Custom roof?

    That was my option of choice on the Revell Chopped '49 Merc, I just gave up on it. Was frustrated beyond belief.
  6. Best fix for Revell's '48 Ford Custom roof?

    Biggest issues I have with the chopped coupe are the rear quarter windows (The rear radius of the window is pretty much stock) which should have a sharper radius. And the windshield opening. Windshield is too tall, to narrow and to square looking. The Police coupe suffers from this also. They both suffer the squashed looking roof of the 49 Mercury also
  7. Be nice if they fixed the floors of the Torino. Driving me crazy fixing it. The rest of the fixes have not been too bad. Front bumper fix is tought to get it to look right tho.
  8. If sharing anything with the Torino, I'd pass.....
  9. 1957 Ford Wagon Gasser Build

    Looking REALLY good. Before you get to far on the body, cut off the lower part of the front fenders. If you want the front valance, get one from an AMT 57, it is closer to correct. The valance is one piece and attached to the fender and that lower area is not part of the fender. Sand the lower header panel to raise the grill, it is about a scale inch too low. Revell really dropped the ball on accuracy on their 57 Ford kits. They need A LOT of work to be made correct.
  10. Four door or sedan/post interest

    I'd buy these by the case. Unless of course it was screwed it up like a few other kits I have bought
  11. 1955 Chevy Cameo Prostreet

    Lookin really good!!
  12. 71 Cyclone/ 71 T-Bird

    I'd be interested in a 73 body, hood, bumpers and glass if ya want do some trading