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DoctorLarry

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    Yorktown, Indiana
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    Larry Belcher

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  1. You realize that you are bankrupting me slowly...
  2. Nichels Pearson GTO

    How did they handle the fuel cells?
  3. Nichels Pearson GTO

    Did the chassis builders leave the back part of the stock frame intact and simply skin new floor pans and trunk pans in or did they put in a whole new rear clip as well?
  4. 76 Buick Century Project

    Work slowly progressing. I have the interior tub mostly done, seats are close, now I'm working on the dash. Lots of small parts here..
  5. I bought these on EBAY awhile back. Don't know who made them.
  6. 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

    Here are pictures using the grand am body. I also do a separate 73 GTO nose.
  7. 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

    Forgot the tub
  8. 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

    Body, interior, GTO nose bumpers, tail lights
  9. 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

    I have done one as well.
  10. 76 Buick Century Project

    Make that "made"
  11. 76 Buick Century Project

    The bumpers are the hardest thing to get looking right on these cars. They were big and ugly when new and trying to work from pictures is hard to do. I have mede three sets so far and they all look like big, ugly bumpers. Thanks for the comments.
  12. Here are some ruler shots till your package gets there:
  13. 76 Buick Century Project

    Front pillars line up fine. You have to do a little surgery at the back but it fits fine. You could just section the roof forward of the rear pillars and graft the back in as well.
  14. 76 Buick Century Project

    Picked back up on this project after a summer off. The body is really close (still working on those pesky bumpers) and now I am working on the interior. It is very complicated. The dash and seats are quite complex so it is very time consuming to cut bunches of small plastic pieces to replicate pleats and piping but I hope to get this done and in resin soon.