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68shortfleet

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About 68shortfleet

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    MCM Avid Poster

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  • Are You Human?
    yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/25

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  • Location
    Dundee, OR
  • Full Name
    Jason Lookabill
  1. 1932 Ford Pickup 60's Style Altered

    Very cool.
  2. 1936 Ford 5W Coupe - James Hetfield´s "Iron Fist"

    Awesome build of an awesome subject.
  3. 1/16 Scale Army Vega Funny Car - Finished Pics

    Absolutely incredible work.
  4. 50 Chevy Pickup

    I like your build style. Pretty darn close to how I build. I like the copper color.
  5. 50 Austin coupe chassis

    I was so happy to see that chassis when I opened this box. I immediately saw the opportunity to build a street rod.
  6. 1937 Ford sedan

    Thank you everyone for compliments. This was a fun build attempting to capture the vibe of the magazine picture. I did have to change up the wheel style though, the 90's can keep those billet wheels.
  7. 50 Austin coupe chassis

    Thank you Rick. Now I can try a we search about it. Thanks for the heads up on his website. Maybe he can be found on Facebook.
  8. Revell 1958 Impala Custom

    Looking good. Like that color combo.
  9. Model Car Kit Collection

    I don't see a problem.
  10. 50 Austin coupe chassis

    I recently received this resin chassis with a 50 Austin coupe. It was in a bag labeled 50 Austin. Can anybody identify who made it? So far I haven't turned any info up using Google. I'm sure I just haven't found the right search term. Also, what kits parts was it designed to use? I suspect it uses Revell 41 Willy's street rod parts.
  11. 1937 Ford sedan

    Monogram kit 1/24 kit. Built from a car I had remembered from a 1998 Rod & Custom picture. Only added parts are the resin wheels(19/23) from Steve Zimmerman, and a wired distributor. Suspension lowering is all modified kit parts. The last picture is of the original magazine picture. Image stolen from Koellefornia Kustoms website. Interestingly, he is a newer member of this site and was actually able to contact him about what issue if the magazine this was featured in.
  12. 1937 Ford 2-Door Sedan

    Well done. Really like the passenger seat gag.
  13. Here are the ones that I have. Verified that they did come from Mill City Replicas.
  14. Believe I have a set if those in resin from Mill City replicas.
  15. Chad Hiltz : "Green Goblin" on the Workbench 3/6/18

    Amazing John. Looking forward to more color.