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  • Birthday 05/16/1950

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    Jeffrey L. Himan
  1. Very well done. I love the old school.
  2. It's definitely got a lot of detail. I vote for beat up survivor. With a little work, it could be a nice looking model. I just don't like the price.
  3. Sorry I didn't reply to this sooner. The swirly leads and the colored belts were put there to add a little color and interest. The belts can be changed if the winner wants something different. They're not glued in.
  4. Hey guys. Looks like I've been asleep at the wheel like I mentioned in another thread. This is a great restoration. I'm tunned in now.
  5. Hey Harry. Looks like I've been asleep at the wheel here. I've been busy over at the other place having a ball over there too. That's a great job on the Mercedes. I really love the uphostery you've done. It's one of the best I've seen. I'll be following this build a lot more closely. Catch you later.
  6. Great work on that T. Also great photography. It doesn't get any better than that.
  7. I had one of those back in 1988. If I remember correctly, there were a few problems with out of scale parts. They weren't much of a problem and could be easily fixed.
  8. Box stock or not, that's one great build. Great job on the paint.
  9. Great work, speedy. I love that color.
  10. I have been away from this site for too long. I can't believe I missed these absolutely gorgeous models. The finish on these models is flawless. Keep up the great work and post some more pics.
  11. Keith, you have to be the king of the weathered finishes. I had to look at this a bunch of times to make sure it wasn't real. Outstanding.
  12. Wait until you see the engine bay shots. Mario out does himself there.
  13. It's time for me to put some more of Mario's incredible work on the forum. Included is some of the suspension modification work he's done. Hope you enjoy. this big scale stuff really has potential. This one shows the front part of the suspension mostly stock with some styrene added to strenthen the assembly.
  14. I'm posting some pictures for a friend of mine from another non competing site named www.scalemotorcars.com . His name is Mario Lucchini and he's building a 1/8 scale Citroen made by the Heller company. He decided to fully superdetailed this model with some scratchbuilt parts, nuts and bolts and whatever else he could dig up. I thought you guys might like to see the incredible work this builder is doing. When finished, this model will be unlike any other in the world. So that he could have a working stand and a photo platform, Mario scratchbuilt a stand exactly like the one Citroen used when they made the original. Here's the engine in the stand. The next few pictures will show the engine as he adds on parts. More to follow. Hope you enjoy.
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