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About Flynlo

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    1/24-25, 1/16

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    Niles, MI, USA
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    Tim Sherwood

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  1. Loadstar Brush Truck

    Another awesome build Charles. Thanks for sharing it and showing us whay can be done when no kit exists!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  2. the tank is 2-1/2" tall and 3-7/8" wide
  3. I am building a Minicraft 1931 Model A Sedan for a friend to replicate his real car. Unfortunately the kit I am usig was missing two interior pieces. Parts D-4 (left rear interior panel) and D-10 (left interior door panel), Didn't notice this until I am already far along in assembly so I am hoping that someone has parts that they can spare. Thanks in advance for your help and let me know what you may like in trade, Tim
  4. 1966 Country Squire in resin. First photos

    Looks great. I am in for at least 1 kit when you get to the country sedan!
  5. 70 Monte Carlo SS

    Nice Job on this, wish I had a real one just as clean
  6. Hot Wheels Tribute 1/25 Custom Cougar

    Great concept and execution! Thanks for sharing!
  7. MPC 1967 GTO

    Also it looks like you did not install the interior tub when dry fitting the chassis. Generally, in final assembly the windows will be installed it the body. Then, the interior and firewall are assembled and installed. This will give the chassis a solid base to attach to after "shoehorning" it into the body as mentioned above. Looks like a great return to modelling for you...press on!
  8. New 3d Printed 32 Deuce Top

    Looks great to me! Can't wait to see the windshield. Please keep us updated!!!
  9. Casting Resin Backing Plates

    Austin, If you can post pictures of the front, rear and side profile of the parts then I'm sure that many on here can help. The methods for making the molds and casting will depend on the profile and details of the part.

    Just received my latest order of 16" wheels and tires to convert an AMT half ton van to a 3/4 or 1 ton. As always the quality of the parts and service is spectacular!!! Thanks Danny!
  11. 69 Camaro Pace Car convertible

    Sweet build, thanks for sharing!
  12. 1/16 Kenworth

    Excellent work Ken, thanks for sharing!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  13. Great build! Thanks for sharingπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  14. Do any of you know who makes these?

    Moluminum possibly?