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DoctorLarry

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    Larry Belcher

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  1. Side lines of the LeMans plus my "street" version of my own Laguna.
  2. 1964 Dodge 330 - 2JZ Twin Turbo

    Pretty neat mash up. Exterior color really looks great.
  3. 1973 GTO Street Machine, Up on it's wheels! 6/2/18

    I make them to order. Larry
  4. SMH Resins 1977 Buick Century/Regal

    Still in the market if anyone knows of one. Thanks!
  5. Johan 1963 Plymouth Fury. A Little More Progress.

    If you want patterned headliner material and you are near a hobby store that sells sheet plastic, look at the sheets designed to build model railroad buildings. Some of the smaller scale things like bricks or stucco actually look like patterned cloth when you use them in a model car. They certainly have more texture than regular flat sheet plastic.
  6. 1973 GTO Street Machine, !FINISHED! 6/10/18

    Ron, What did you use for tail lights?
  7. 1973 GTO Street Machine, !FINISHED! 6/10/18

    Nice build-the first complete street build with one of my resins. YelloSportWagon did HB Bailey's 73 Grand Am NASCAR car. Both builds look great and you guys got them done faster than I have!
  8. Spark Plug wire

    Try electrical supply shops or go to a real hobby store and look in the model railroading section. They have very fine wire for wiring locomotives or other small electrical things like lights or switches. I found suitable wire in both places, although the small gauge stuff at the electrical supply shop was not cheap. It was 30 AWG (.15mm) Craft supply places like Hobby Lobby or Wal Mart also have beading wire which is very fine gauge as well.
  9. 1973 GTO Street Machine, Up on it's wheels! 6/2/18

    They look great and accurate.
  10. 1973 GTO Street Machine, Up on it's wheels! 6/2/18

    What did you use for decals?
  11. 1973 GTO Street Machine, Up on it's wheels! 6/2/18

    Looks fantastic! Great color choice and the top turned out great. Great build.
  12. Curbside 73 Hurst Olds

    Very nice!