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70mach1

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About 70mach1

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  • Birthday 01/30/1953

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  • Location Huntingdon Valley Pa.
  • Full Name Andy Such

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  1. 70mach1 added a post in a topic The Three Stooges Bear Taurus   

    Woobwoobwoobwoob     Nice work it looks real!
  2. 70mach1 added a post in a topic De Tomaso Pantera   

    I used hypo needle tubing cut to length and glued into drilled hoes. Pain in the arse but not as much as a vaccination
  3. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    De Tomaso Pantera



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    Copperhead




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  5. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    Dodge Sidewinder





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  6. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    1956 Nomad
    Revell kit. Minimal wiring and plumbing, painted in RM lacquers with a DuPont urethane clear coat. 






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  7. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    GT 40s Victory at Le Mans









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  8. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    Wild Grape Pearl 1970 Challenger Stripe Delete
    The stripe and rear badges were omitted, everything else was TA equipped. The entire body was re-scribed and block sanded, primed with Vari-prime and sealed with DuPont velva-seal, re-finished in a wild grape pearl BASF lacquer with DuPont urethane clear coat, interior was done with Mar-hyde vinyl paints. Engine bay was plumbed and wired, sacratch built a battery and cables, fuel and brake lines, carb. lines and linkages. Air filter was cut apart and detailed with small gauge screen, used photo etched hood pin set. 
     

     
     

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  9. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1953 Corvette   

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    Monogram 1953 Corvette
    Engine wired and plumbed.  Refinished in BASF lacquer, DuPont urethane clear coat. 
     






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  11. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Divided by a common tongue   

    Shifter or parking brake boot = gaiter
     
  12. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    1966 Mustang Convertible Shelby
    This is the Monogram Mustang Indy pace car kit with parts box hood and side scoops, wheels and tires. 
    Engine wired and plumbed, scratch built window cranks, door handles, convertible boot snaps, shifter turned wood knob, personalized license plate. 
    Refinished in BASF lacquers and DuPont urethane clear. 

     
     
     
     
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  13. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    1966 Mustang Convertible Shelby
    This is the Monogram Mustang Indy pace car kit with parts box hood and side scoops, wheels and tires. 
    Engine wired and plumbed, scratch built window cranks, door handles, convertible boot snaps, shifter turned wood knob, personalized license plate. 
    Refinished in BASF lacquers and DuPont urethane clear. 

     
     
     
     
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  14. 70mach1 added a post in a topic ELP's Greg Lake 1947-2016   

    Just saw this myself yesterday,ELP the soundtrack of my youth.
  15. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    Airfix E Type Jag
    This car was a real pain, body-wise. I had to glue the upper and lower body shells together, do the body work and paint, and then assemble it like a ship in a bottle. Everything was loaded through the back window and glued in place with water-soluable craft glue. Re-finished in BASF lacquers and DuPont urethane clear coat. Engine was wired and plumbed. By the time I got done with it, I turned it into a skill level 10. 

     

     


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