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Chuckyg1

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About Chuckyg1

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  • Birthday 10/25/1956

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    Westchester NY
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    John Teeling

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  1. Nice clean build mike. Can't beat the classic red/black color combo. Looks great on your build. If I had this kit in the stash, the side pipes would have gone on my coupe.Yeah, the hood was a problem for both of us. Funny these where posted just days apart.
  2. Thanks guys. Yeah Snake, I meant it could have sat a little lower. Aploogizes.
  3. Original revell release. Paint is plastikote bahama blue. This kit went together pretty easy until final assembly. The rear window popped our 3 times! Almost became airborne at that point. Overall happy with the outcome, though I think the rear sits a little low.
  4. I've had success with Rustoleum paint/primer. It too is better when polished. Here it is on a 48 ford custom over plastikote gray primer.
  5. Don't have a clue as to the #'s, but it sure does remind me of Ice Road Truckers.
  6. Very nice work on this. Photography and background add to the realism. Kudos!
  7. Chuckyg1

    64 Park Lane

    Now that its unmolested, it looks great. Smooth, sleek ,and low. Great color combo.
  8. Your paint work is awesome. Great all around build. its sinister.
  9. Hi, hope you're all well. I finished this up on Sunday, wanted to share with you. Paint is Rustoleum almond over plastikote, (by Valspar), white primer. I scratched the utility rack from styrene square. The hooks are solder. The ladder was made from toothpicks & coffee stirrer. The wood load is also stirrers. The tie down loops & "rope" are ship rigging pieces. The rear bumper was swapped with a parts box piece. The decals were quite fragile and a lot of time was spent piecing them together. Other than that, a great kit I had fun assembling. Thanks for looking.
  10. Suggestions for improvement. Hmm........ Nope, can't think of any. This turned out great. Really nice work.
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