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About harleyszone

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  1. Revell `70 Torino GT Small Factory Tires

    Also please let me know if you know Revell has used the same small tires in other kit too. It`s really hard to find the right size tires for 1/25 cars below mid-size.
  2. Revell `70 Torino GT Small Factory Tires

    Hi all, I`m wondering if you guys have extra sets of factory tires that Revell used in `70 Torino GT kit, because it is too small for the Torino but actually perfect for compact cars. I`m looking to get a few set for some of my "small car" projects like `75 Mustang and `76 Gremlin. Thanks!
  3. 1967 Chevy Biscayne 4dr

    Awesome progress of the sedan conversion! Cant`t wait for the following results. Good job sir.
  4. 1976 Chevy Caprice 4-door Hardtop Sport Sedan conversion

    Thanks Dwayne! I used aluminum foil to duplicate the fender and hood and then I damaged them. I used epoxy on the backside to secure the foil afterwards and glue them on to the styrene body with super glue. You can see my whole process in here: Good luck with your builds too.
  5. 1973 Chevy Bel Air 4dr Build

    Fantastic work! Please check out my 4DR build too:
  6. 1978 Dodge Monaco Brougham 1/25

    Thank you Michael, I got the flat hood from here: http://www.reliableresin.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4&products_id=77 Can you show me where can I buy the mopar volcano wheel that you 3D printed?
  7. 1978 Dodge Monaco Brougham 1/25

    Hi Michael, super impressive work! I`m building a base model `70 Challenger would like to use your mopar volcano hubcaps, could you post a link of that your casting hubcap item on ebay?
  8. This is going to be masterpiece, I admire your dedication Robert!
  9. I used pencil to draw the outline on the primer body first, ant then I just used X-acto knife to slightly do some strokes along the pencil line (free hand). After a couple of strokes for the depth I pushed harder to achieve the desired depth for the door lines. I think it just takes some patience and a fresh blade
  10. Thank you Charlie. Haha I`ll put it in my calendar, next one should be an accurate "glasshouse" style 4-door sedan with the correct Caprice full trim.
  11. 1979 Chevy Corvette _reworked from a Promo

    Thank you very much! Good luck with your own build too. One modifucation I did to this model was to reshape the C-pillar. The original shape was missing a triangle area so I had to use styrene to fix it.
  12. 1972 Pontiac GTO _MPC

    Thanks, I really like to put side windows on a car model so it looks it can be properly left on the curbside.
  13. 1972 Pontiac GTO _MPC

    Thank you Kevin! I actually didn`t really fix the rear bumper, I just shaved the body rear panel and used bondo to make it to fit the bumper.
  14. 1976 Chevy Caprice 4-door Hardtop Sport Sedan conversion

    Thank you for sharing your experience, Steve. I like to build model cars based on my childhood memories, that`s why I`m more into cars in the 70`s. I grew up in China in 1980`s and we had a few American tv show and movies on screen, like <Hunter> and <Superman>. I remember there were a lot of the full-size cars in those media which were from the 1970s and were not in a good condition. But those images were always a big inspiration for me in that time era and I really think those last generation full-size cars during malaise era are really cool! Especially when they turn into curbside beaters and lose all the hubcaps and then I can feel the authenticity.