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About 89AKurt

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    Kurt Womack

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    Prescott, AZ
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    Kurt R. Womack
  1. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    Good thing I got this far, picked up another project today.
  2. Hasegawas Lamborghini Miura SV....new update!

    I tried, but when it came to filling in the postal codes, prefecture was the one that screwed me up. I tried emailing him, but no luck. Oh yea, back to the Miura, that is shaping up really nice! Flocking is something I need to learn.
  3. 1983 Volkswagen Caddy Mk1

    I built that Revell Golf, and can attest to the lousy engine mounting! You did a fine job with this! These pickups are popular for auto crossing because of less weight back there.
  4. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    Done with the other ski bindings, and boots! Since you can't see the other pair except for the tips, I chose to use these vintage bindings just because. I didn't go too crazy making them exact, but made basic shapes, using two different aluminum plate material, newspaper printing plate (bends without breaking) and roof flashing (thicker and shinier). The ski boots got painted, and thread added which will need to be wet with diluted white glue when placed in the car, so they lay the heck down. So cool having the internet for doing research. Next big thing is the rack.
  5. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    LOL I'm kind of going overboard documenting this project (thanks to MCM allowing so many pictures to be downloaded). When I get a wild hair, I don't mess around being obsessed. Thank you for looking.
  6. Mini Cooper

    Looks good! You paint primer first, then the urethane? I did this kit too decades ago.
  7. My parent's 1960 VW Beetle

    Thank you very much. But compared to the this Army truck it's average. You suggesting adding an oil can? Thanks again! I'm having to get psyched out for the ski rack. Thanks again Dann.
  8. My 24 Hour Build- 1930 Ford Model A Woody

    I'm impressed it came out so well. I tried something like that several months ago, couldn't come close.
  9. One More Class 325 on the bench

    WOW! That is a masterpiece, not just a mere model. I missed what the cab came from. I bow to you sir. The only reason I'm posting this, is to see what is similar to the smaller Powerwagon.