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    Tony Waring

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  1. Thanks for giving the thread a bump, I missed it first time around. The "Little Cars" are beautiful what ifs. Monogram really missed a trick not issuing them. The Little T was pretty cool though. Early Monogram kits are my hands down favourites. There's something about the packaging and the feel of the plastic that stands out for me. Not always the most accurate kits, but soooo stylish.
  2. A beautiful build. The overhead shot is quite outstanding.
  3. I'm using Epic as a browser on a PC. The adverts are there every day, right across the page. No other forum I use has anything like this. It's making this place unusable for me. Tony.
  4. That just looks perfect. What a beautiful build. The three car lineup took me back to the sixties in a flash. Thanks for making my day. Tony.
  5. Thanks. All the car stripes were masked and painted. Tamiya sprays were used on all the striped cars except the red Shelby. That one was masked and painted with Humbrol enamel. I tried the Hertz decals but found them to be very fragile and difficult to fit.
  6. There will be more at some point. They are a bit addictive! This lot were done for a Forum Mustang Group Build on a Brit modeller site. I ran out of time there for adding more builds. A Monogram Boss 429, a couple of Shelbys and a '72 351 Fastback never got started. Fortunately, my interest in the marque stops at the '74's and that's probably just as well as there are at least twenty earlier cars I wouldn't mind doing! The new year will see me drifting into Mopar territory though, with a couple of Superbird builds I've wanted to do for years now. It's about time I did something about that.
  7. There are no full build threads on this forum, unfortunately. Here's what I posted on the '67. I changed out the wheel and tire combo on this one to a set of Cragars that I think came with the Revell '67 Dodge Charger. The fronts had the mounting spindles cut and repositioned to give the ride height I wanted. The rears fitted the track OK but I repositioned the spring mounts to get the tires where I wanted them. The yellow Revell Boss 302 has more pictures in the link, including info on how I take my pictures.
  8. Thanks guys, I really enjoyed the builds.
  9. Maybe not completely full, but I added six Mustangs to my collection this year. I'll be trying to fill a few gaps in the new year. And here's the money shot, x2...
  10. Those rear tires are going to lead short but glorious lives. A fine looking Hot Rod.
  11. Fine builds indeed. When the '68 Charger was first released I thought it was the most beautiful car I had ever seen. To this young pair of eyes in the UK, it looked like the fastest car in the world but bigger! The size of it gave the lines room to show off. The shape has only got better over the years, every line looks just about perfect to me.
  12. A superb model. The chrome work is quite exceptional.
  13. That's a very nice looking Lincoln. First class photography as well.
  14. That is a seriously impressive build. Beautiful fit and finish throughout.
  15. A superb black finish on that one. Your output is incredible, and all to such a high standard.
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