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Rick Wolfe

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About Rick Wolfe

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  • Birthday 08/20/1964

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  • Scale I Build 1/16 1/25

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  • Location Florida
  • Full Name Rick Wolfe

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  1. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Boot hill express color   

    Hey Jason and David, Thank you for showing interest in this build, Jason I went with a flat brass in the Testors little bottle it has a little glitter in it and should look good when I paint it, I'm off this week from work so I should have plenty of time to finish this, David I hope I can post a few picture's of this but when it comes to posting pictures I'm all thumbs, sad to say but I'll try. Again, Thank you for showing interest, Rick
  2. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Correct blue for Tom McEwen 1972 Hot Wheels dragster   

    Hi Dan, I just dug out my Slixxs replacment decals for that kit and they recommend Majik blue pearl "PBC3701" by black gold. So hope that will help you some, good luck and hope to see that here someday, Rick
  3. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Boot hill express color   

    Thank you all for taking the time to answer my question, have picked out my color now just need to head over to the hobby store. Again thank you, Rick
  4. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Boot hill express color   

    Jesse, Thank you for your reply, Jeff that looks real good, do you remember what color you used for the body, it's looks like gold but not sure. Again thank you for your replys, Rick
  5. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Terrible Too! '65 Chevy II FXer   

    That turned out sweet, bet that blown big block would be a hand full. Do you remerber what color you used for the super charger? Good luck on your next project, Rick
  6. Rick Wolfe added a topic in On The Workbench   

    Boot hill express color
    Hello all, Halloween is almost here and I always build a Halloween model around this time and while in Michales this weekend I saw the perfect accessory for the Boot Hill express, a cemetery gate thats the right scale the for it, so I would like to know what would be the colors for it. The re release dose not tell me what colors I should use. Thank you, and if possable please post pitchers of yours. Again Thank you, Rick
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  7. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic looking for 1/16 decals   

    Thanks Dude, they are my number one go too, but the others I was looking for offer hard to find cars, Again, thank you for taking the time, Rick
  8. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic looking for 1/16 decals   

    Thank you Muncie and Mooneyzs, Thats the one and already back in my favorites, Steve last year I bought someone 1/16 collection and it came with both Snowmans decals one for the red car and one for the blue car and they look real nice, as nice looking as Slixx's but I have yet to use them so..... Again thank you Mike, Steve and Chris that very kind of you to take the time to answer my question, will be ordering soon, Rick
  9. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic looking for 1/16 decals   

    Thanks iBorg, that was quick, yea your right it was Whoopie Kat decals, already in "Favorites"  and thanks for the Chuck Boermer site had not seen that one, looks like he has Cha
    Cha Bountry Huntress decals that would look nice in big scale, How would I go about getting ahold of him? Again Thank you Rick
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  10. Rick Wolfe added a topic in Drag Racing Models   

    looking for 1/16 decals
    Hello all, my computer went kaput a couple of weeks ago and I lost all of my resources to people who made 1/16 decals, I think one was called "Kooky cat" decals and another was one called "Wild Stang" I think? Wild Stang had his home number and made some good looking decals also kooky kat had some diffrent ones like Don garlits funny car and wild 70s funny cars. Thanks and hope to hear from some one who can help. Thanks, Rick
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  11. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Tom "Mongoose" Mc Ewen: 1/16 Silver Bullet Coors Corvette F/C on the Workbench 6/12/2017   

    Looking good there John, How did you cut out the window's? I just got the 1/16 Mustang at a swap meet a couple weeks ago and never did a resein car before, So I'll be a watching and a learning. also what will you be useing for the windshield? Thanks, Rick
     
     
  12. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Pinto Funnycar question   

    Best thing to do is call in and ask, I placed an order on Thursday and she was real nice to talk to, or you could look at some generic decals and make it your own funny car, good luck on your Pinto. Rick
  13. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Hippie Hemi   

    Thats one far out ride, man
  14. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Unreal Roller , Tom Daniel, MONOGRAM   

    Wow.... Talk about an oldie but a goodie, that turned out super, Thats another one they need to reissue, good luck on you next project, Rick
  15. Rick Wolfe added a post in a topic Looking for someone to build a custom cage   

    Hey Jeremy, I've heard of some people useing resin solder the same thickness as you want your cage, then use it to form what ever the shape you want for the roll cage then transer that to the plastic tubeing you will be useing for the rollcage. I'll soon will be building the Revell LAPD Pro Stock Camaro and if you look closley at the picture you will notice that it has Funny car type exhaust and not the headers that come with the kit, so I too will be useing the soider trick also to form the exhaust. And asking questions here is a hit and miss on all sites so dont get discourage, good luck on your project.