70mach1

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About 70mach1

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  • Birthday 01/30/1953

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 1/25

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  • Location Huntingdon Valley Pa.
  • Full Name Andy Such

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  1. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Looking for louvers   

     Harry, Google  Plastruct 90443,  it looks promising.
  2. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Who's That Lady?   

    Honey West
  3. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Who's That Lady?   

    Wood that wont float
  4. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Who's That Lady?   

    Barbara Bain
  5. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Who's That Lady?   

  6. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Name That Quote.........   

     Harrison Ford in "American Graffiti"
  7. 70mach1 added a post in a topic '59 Ford Sunliner Mild Custom Completed at Last!   

    Great work John  Love the 2 tone paint and interior as well.
  8. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Rockwell International Turbo Encabulator   

    This guy reminds me of the old Professor Erwin Corey skits
  9. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1953 Corvette   

    The entire headlight pocket is painted semi gloss black on the 1:1 car. I know it seems strange, Google 53 vette headlamp images and see.
  10. 70mach1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1953 Corvette   

    I used the detail photo etch kit from Model Car Garage.
  11. 70mach1 added a post in a topic name that movie car   

    The top pic. is from 'Beautiful Girls"
  12. 70mach1 added a topic in Under Glass   

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







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  13. 70mach1 added a post in a topic name that movie car   

    She also co-stared in "The Saint"
  14. 70mach1 added a post in a topic name that movie car   

    Pink caddy is from "Magnum Force"
  15. 70mach1 added a post in a topic 1971 Duster 340+6 (updated pics)   

    Thanks for the compliment.The hinges are made from the bottom of a sodacan, and they actually work quite well.