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Stang Assembler

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About Stang Assembler

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  • Birthday 06/09/1968

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    Bill Pherigo

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    1/24 0r 1/25

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    Warrenton, Missiouri
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    William T Pherigo
  1. Mustang 1970 - Boss 429

    Nice Stang. I like the color too.
  2. I purchase this kit around 1998 to 2000. Start it back then and put it down. Put all piece in the kit box set on shelf for years. Now just getting back in to it. I did buy a newer box kit of same kit. Guess I could see if that interior tub from it fits better. TY
  3. Ok, Could use some tips on how fill the gap between the body and interior tub. When test fitting them together there is a nice gap there. Was thinging on cutting a piece of clear plastic to put there to look like window. Maybe cutting doors out body and tub to hinge them( but I'm not that skilled modeling). Will post a pic later on the to show problem when batts for camera r charge up. But ne tip from all are welcome.
  4. Help w/engine modeling.

    Thank you very much sir. Those pics where just what I was looking for. Sry took me so long to reply, but I work 2nd shift. Just got home. Now can get motor done an prepped for priming. Thanks again.
  5. Ok I need alittle help w/ an AMT 67 Z/28 Camaro kit. This is a first for me to detail out the engine on this kit. I'm doing the custom 302 engine. I have add an aftermarket wire kit. So my two question for you all are. 1. Where do I put the coil? On firewall or wheelwell? There is no room on block w/ the carbs and blower kit or not use it at all. 2. Where is a good place to drill my holes for plug wires on the block ? Under the exhaust manifold or thru the valve covers. Please help, cause I have not found any pics w/ a blower setup out on the internet of a real thing like this. I am try to keep close to real as possible. Any comments would be very appreciated. thanks Bill
  6. Another new old guy.

    Hi, all from STL area. I been modeling for over 20yrs, Start around 10 years old, when my grandmother got me my first model. Started doing models cars around 15. Then got into doing GW Warhammer stuff. Now I'm back to model cars again after running into Dr. Cranky's you-tube videos. Never have been very good at modeling, but I do try. So I thought trying a forum to get tips and tricks to improve my skills. I'm currently working on "67" AMT Camaro kits( wil show pics when finsh w/build). I love building Ford Mustang Kits. Looking forward chatting with you'll.