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smhardesty

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About smhardesty

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    MCM Avid Poster
  • Birthday February 10

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  • Are You Human?
    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/24 & 1/25

Profile Information

  • Location
    Home of the White Squirrels
  • Full Name
    Steve Hardesty
  1. 1968 Mercury Cougar XR7 GT

    Beautiful build. I owned a '67 and loved it.
  2. 70 Hemi Cuda - 2nd Time Around

    Really great looking build. I like the steelies on it.
  3. 1951 Chevy Gasser

    Great looking gasser.
  4. Bob Glidden Thunderbolt

    2 thumbs up!
  5. A SIMPLE WILLYS

    Another really nice build. Simple, but substantial.
  6. HEAD HUNTER WILLYS

    WOW! Just a super job. Absolutely gorgeous. I know you're probably disappointed with it so if you'd like, I'll take it off your hands. 2 thumbs up, my friend!
  7. An open invitation

    Thanks, guys. I'll be looking for ways to improve it for several weeks. I keep getting a few suggestions and have implemented a couple already. I know I still need to reorganize some stuff and I'll be adding a "Contest" board as well as a "Community Build" board. It just takes time to get things just right. I think the forum has started to take off and fly again. There are lots completed builds that have been posted and some of them are real eye catching. Now some of the guys are posting up WIPs which is great for the forum AND modeling in general. Whether your interest lies in "the good old days" of racing or in the modern, current cars you should find something of interest. There is everything from street driven muscle cars to top fuel, and some outstanding workmanship.
  8. Kind of a duplicate post

    I posted a similar announcement under "General", but thought I'd also post here since it's specifically Drag Racing oriented. I was recently given control and ownership of the QuarterMilers Forum. We have been cleaning and freshening it up a bit and have reached the point where I’m comfortable inviting everyone to visit. As the name implies, it’s a specialty modeling forum for drag racing models. I’ll be making a few more changes in the near future, but feel free to register and post up your drag racing builds now. I look forward to seeing you over there. Here is the link: http://quartermilers.proboards.com/
  9. An open invitation

    I was recently given control and ownership of the QuarterMilers Forum. We have been cleaning and freshening it up a bit and have reached the point where I’m comfortable inviting everyone to visit. As the name implies, it’s a specialty modeling forum for drag racing models. I’ll be making a few more changes in the near future, but feel free to register and post up your drag racing builds now. I look forward to seeing you over there. Here is the link: http://quartermilers.proboards.com/
  10. % Mickey Thompson Tyres ...

    Can't say for sure about the slicks, but I ran MT N-50s on a couple of cars in the 70s.
  11. My only 3 for the year.

    Nicely done. That Yenko is sweet! Never owned a real Yenko, but had a Yenko motor in a '69 Chevelle I raced back in the day.
  12. My year in review

    I'm in the same boat. House remodeling just took too much time, and too much out of me.
  13. Roth 57 Funnygas

    Super. Love that gasser/street freak.
  14. '47 Chopped Chevy Altered..

    Yep, that's true enough, Tarheel. All body parts did have to be in place. Regardless of the exact class, that is one fine looking build. I'd sure be proud to have it displayed in my man cave! And love that trunk "key".
  15. AMT ' 37 Chevy street gasser

    Very nice! One great looking gasser.