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About 70mach1

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  • Birthday 01/30/1953

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    1/24 1/25

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    Huntingdon Valley Pa.
  • Full Name
    Andy Such

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  1. 1970 GTX

    Beautiful work! You may want to check your shifter orientation. Once again great work.
  2. Tools for Photo Etched parts?

    Google images "Metal Earth" tool kits
  3. 427 Cobra Competition

    You are correct but CSX 3004 has the long tube bar. Its the 427 version.
  4. 427 Cobra Competition

    The kit comes with the short rollbar, it looks like you can turn it 180* and extend the diagonal tube to get the long bar version. I might try that option on my next build.
  5. 427 Cobra Competition

    Revell kit, engine wired and plumbed. Scratch built throttle linkage, wind screen and fire bottle. Added seat belts. Refinished in Plasticoat touch up paint. DuPont urethane clear coat.
  6. Vinyl Clean-up

    I've used cuticle clippers on the old Gunze kits before with great results . Google images of the clippers .They should fit your needs.
  7. Name that movie quote

    Christmas Vacation
  8. Online hobby store

    Deans hobbies is what you want
  9. It looks to be a light zinc chromate, Generally used over raw aluminium.
  10. 70 Boss 429 Mustang

    Looking good, whats the color? & who makes it
  11. Deformed rubber tires

    Throw that stuff away as far as you can! You don't want that stuff anywhere near your hobby bench It will cause you years of grief and problems
  12. Looks great John, that brings back some memories.When I worked at Ray Swenson Lincoln Mercury back in 1973 one of first jobs was to repair a crashed 56 4dr Montclair. Talk about some heavy iron! Great job
  13. Try the 3M blue fine line tape, wrap it around the duct hiding the seam on the bottom, its the right color and thickness, I've used this method alot and it looks "right".