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About Raul_Perez

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    24th and 25th

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  • Location
    Gilroy, CA
  • Full Name
    Raul Perez

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  1. 32 Ford Jet Rod

    Very cool concept and build!!
  2. Space Rod 32

    Awesome idea and artwork!! Excellent start!!
  3. Chad Hiltz : "Green Goblin" on the Workbench 3/6/18

    John, How about building this T-Bird hauler? It would look great pulling a trailer with a T-Bird-based open-wheel roadster in tow.
  4. 1959 "Wild Cad" Custom

    Well...it looks like I need to check in on you more often The last time I check your progress, all you had posted was a picture of the kit and a few shots of the actual car!! Good work, buddy!! Can't wait to see it at NNL West and GSL!!
  5. Very cool!! Can't wait to see it in AZ next month!!
  6. Looking pretty good, John!! The lights at the rear of the engine look pretty convincing!!
  7. '64 Ford Falcon T/A

    Very cool build!! My first car was a 1964 Falcon Sprint. White with red interior.
  8. NNL West 2016 - Who plans on going?

    Well...it looks like I'll be there :-)
  9. Deuce Lo-Boy Roadster

    Very cool, Bernard!! Looks like you're already off to a good start for next year's NNL!! Later, Raul
  10. '34 Ford Phaeton Street Rod [1/16th]

    Nice job, Curt!! If it was still mine, it would still be in the box!! The wheels are from the AMT 1/16th scale 1955 T-Bird. I don't know if they're also available in the 1957 kit.
  11. Ferrari 360 Modena Spider skinned in McLaren Orange

    Very well done!! Interesting color, too!!
  12. Bugatti 35A "Tecla"

    Very nice work, my old friend!!
  13. Is that a touch of red I see hiding behind those big dishes? Hmmm...green, cream, black and a redish orange...what does that remind me of??? If it was only low slung, had a belly pan, some Big-and-Little Chrome T's... See you next week at the NNL West!!
  14. 1929 Olds Dirt Tracker

    Very nice work, my old friend!! The wheels turned out GREAT!! This one will certainly be a standout at the NNL West next week!! See you then!! Later,
  15. Mr. Eliminator - 1964 Era AA/FD

    Very cool, Bernard!! I really like the intake scoop!!