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Bobchayer

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About Bobchayer

  • Birthday 08/19/1936

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    1/16

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    Crescent City, FL
  • Full Name
    Robert L. Chayer

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  1. 1914 Ford Model TT Fire Truck, 1/16 scale, kit manufactured in 1953. Wood, brass wire, cast wheels and lights, some parts from my junkyard. Ladder 3d printed in UK.
  2. Aardvark resin conversion kit and parts from my junkyard. 1/24 scale.
  3. 1923 Ford Model T roadster 1/25 scale
  4. The tank came from a site that sold diorama parts. Try agricultural tanks. THe Texaco logo is in the mail. The wheels, hood, and radiator are the only stock parts. THanks for the comments. I usually build only wood based models.
  5. 1923 Ford Model T Tank Truck, 1/24 scale, wood, wire, plastic stock, scraps.
  6. I learned to drive in a 1934 Ford Model A pickup at Boy Scout Camp Plymouth in Tyson, Vermont in 1946. Took my test in a 1947 Jeep CJ2A.
  7. Thanks for the comments. I build primarily 1927 and earlier models. Getting hard to find new and different models.
  8. All 1/16 scale but the last two which are 1/25. Thanks.
  9. Well done. Nice details, excellent paint work.
  10. Shapeways printed the body part around the seats and dash. A rudimentary seat is included in the print. I removed that seat and installed seats from my stash of 1/25 Ford Model Ts. The dash is made from scrap wood.
  11. Thanks for the compliments. Please note that the 3d printings do take a little extra preparation before painting. Be patient!
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