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Paul Hettick

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About Paul Hettick

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  • Are You Human?
    yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/25

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  • Location
    redding, ca.
  • Full Name
    paul hettick
  1. 1959 Imperial LeBaron

    Thank you very much for your kind words David!
  2. 1974 Plymouth Satellite "Sundance Special"

    Beautiful workmanship! Amazing! I love it.
  3. 1959 Imperial LeBaron

    Yes it is my kit. I list on ebay every second Sunday.
  4. Another recaster alert! Page resins this time.

    Q. When I sell my work, does the buyer have the right to copy it or take and sell photos or prints of it? A. No. Selling a painting, sculpture, or other artwork is a sale of the object only. The sale does not convey copyrights, unless you specifically agree to do that. This means the person who buys your work has no right to make copies of your work or even to adapt it into another form. For example, the buyer of a painting cannot photograph your work or make posters of it and sell the photos or the posters. The buyer of a sculpture cannot copy it to make molded versions of the sculpture, whether they be simulations or plastic, miniaturized versions of the sculpture. Only you as owner and author of the copyrights can do that. You do not need a contract with the buyers to retain these rights. And if you find that one of your buyers has reproduced or adapted your work without your permission, you are entitled to sue him or her for copyright infringement. Anastasia P. Winslow is an intellectual property attorney in Princeton, NJ, where she practices patent and copyright law. She also is an adjunct professor of copyright and patent law at Seton Hall University School of Law in Newark, NJ.
  5. 66 Country Squire

    They will be sold on ebay Mike. I have not yet set a price point.
  6. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    I now see the rear tiara molding needs some straightening.
  7. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    Better pics taken outside
  8. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    If I could title this project, it would be "Measure Once, Cut Twice, Three or Four Times" lol. Getting closer. Tim, look over the curve of the roof and tell me what you think. Any other comments or critiques are welcome. I want this Bird dead on. Thanks.
  9. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    More new progress photos coming later today.
  10. 66 Country Squire

    Thanks. Yes they will be available late spring/ early summer.
  11. Built from one of Juha Ario's beautiful resin kits. Added vinyl top.
  12. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    Have re positioned the head light covers .020 higher on the front fascia. Mucho de goodo
  13. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    Hi Tim, not sure what "the flat spot" is, please let me know and I'll try to answer. There is still work to do along the top of the windshield opening. Yes this is the master for a resin kit. I do not have a date or a price yet. This was created using the JoHan 72 Torino as a starting point. It will come with a one piece resin chassis and a sealed hood. I wanted to use the Revell 76 Torino, but the wheelbase was incorrect and the body did not have enough undercut. Upon seeing the enlarged photos, I noticed the head light doors were set too low. I have removed them and starting over.
  14. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    First prime coat in a while. The windshield opening still needs work and the bumper is a little wonky but am pleased with the progress.
  15. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    Been picking away at this since my last post. Getting the nose right with the headlight doors has been a challenge. Close to adding the moldings. More pics soon in primer.