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Mahogany Rush

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About Mahogany Rush

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  • Birthday 09/18/1959

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    1/25

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    Escondido, Ca.
  • Full Name
    Max Zoom

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  1. Revell Bronco vs. Revell Baja Bronco

    Well. it never came in stock and I requested a refund. Back at square one. Anyone know where one is? Why are they so hard to get? Did they stop making them already?
  2. My first Tamiya 66 Volkswagen...

    That kit is the best one that I've ever built. Fit is awesome. A real pleasure to build one.
  3. Nova Pro Street

    As others have said, Looks like a real one. Outstanding job all around. Paint, stance, photography, meats, engine detail etc. Love that body style Nova too!
  4. 55 Sedan Delivery

    That is EPIC! Love everything about it. Color, stance, engine detail etc. Just stunning.
  5. Two Tone Pro Street Camaro

    Looks fast! Where is engine from?
  6. 1949 Mercury Coupe

    Very nice!
  7. 1940 Ford Coupe (AMT)

    Very nice. I just did a 41', but I like the split window 40' better.
  8. Ford 1953

    Wow! What a beauty.
  9. 1967 Dodge Coronet

    Nice job. Those big rims and dark paint make the car appear smaller, almost like a Ford Falcon size.
  10. 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

    Looks cool. I did a Tamiya bug and that kit was super nice to build.
  11. '56 Chevy

    If you are referring to the "light blue" stripe across the top of the trunk, that is a reflection.
  12. '56 Chevy

    If you are speaking about the "V" on the trunk, yes, I couldn't find it on the sprue. Whats missing on the taillights? Other than painting the chrome.
  13. 55 Chevy Belair Convertible

    Beautiful job all around! Have one in the que. Thanx for setting the bar higher.
  14. '56 Chevy

    Here's my latest. The '56 Del Ray Sedan from Revell. This finishes my tri-five Chevy projects (55,56,57 and a 55 Nomad 4x4). This kit was fairly smooth. The chassis on the other hand was a nightmare. I had purchased a tubbed one from the internet and it was just a horrible modded mess. I had to really clean it up to allow the interior to fit down on the frame. I would have been better off doing it myself from scratch. Tried to save time, but it was way more time consuming to fix this guys mess. Live and learn I guess. After dealing with that I decided to just put a basically stock 327 dual carb engine in rather than the 454 Blower one that I had ready as it was to be a straight axle gasser. This would have entailed more mods to the chassis not to mention hacking up the hood for it to fit. So what I ended up with was a Hybrid of sorts. Looks like it would haul arse, but it's a glorified grocery getter in the end. Not happy with my color choice either, but I like my models all to be different colors. As usual I used Rustoleum rattle cans and no clear. Chrome pen instead of BMF and Tamiya Smoke for the window tint. Thanx for looking!
  15. 66 VW Beetle, Very Orange, with a Story

    That is the color orange I was looking for! Awesome looking bug. Very clean build. BTW, is there a little man in the trunk?