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Curt

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About Curt

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    MCM Avid Poster
  • Birthday 04/11/1955

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  • Are You Human?
    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/24, 1/24

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  • Location
    SW Ohio
  • Full Name
    Curt Zahn

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  1. 67 Buick GS 400

    I agree! Give us a ‘68 and ‘69. While I like the ‘67 I can scratch that itch with the ‘66.
  2. MPC 1979 Pontiac Firebird T/A.

    Nice work on a difficult kit. How did you make the windshield?
  3. '57 Pontiac stock Sedan Delivery

    Amazing work, Cliff. I really like the color choice too.
  4. Topic full of information just vanished?

    I had just enough time to glance through that very interesting discussion and was going to return to it this afternoon. Was this some kind of a glitch?
  5. 1975 Monza Getting Ever Closer! 11/24/2018

    They look great!
  6. Bullitt Mustang....

    Very nice replica, Marcos. You nailed the Bullitt image!
  7. 1965 Ford Mustang mild custom

    Yes, Marcel, Whipple makes a supercharger for the 2014 Mustang 5.0 liter engine. Your print looks very good.
  8. 1952 Hudson Hornet

    Beautiful work, inspired choices!
  9. 1965 Ford Mustang mild custom

    Nice start, Marcel. I will be following this one...
  10. 1932 Ford Coupe

    Very nice deuce, the interior really pops.
  11. Super clean build, Randy. I really like this one.
  12. 1957 Ford Thunderbird.

    Great job, Tulio! I built one of these in the late ‘80s and agree with your assessment of the kit. My biggest gripe back then was the soft plastic they were using.
  13. 1969 Dodge Dart GTS 340

    Really nice, Mike. You made some excellent choices with this build.
  14. Mustang Convertible for my brother

    That’s a good looking model, David.
  15. 1965 Ferrari 206P Dino - Forgotten Prototipo

    Glad to see you posting, Alex. You made a very nice piece out of a not-so-great kit.