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About gui_tarzan

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    Jim Olson
  1. 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass

  2. 1975 Torino

    One of these days I'll get the paint details right.
  3. 1975 Torino

    This is the Starsky & Hutch kit with my spin on it. Totally stock. lol
  4. This is going to be a replica of one our family had when I was a teenager. We hauled a LOT of junk cars with it.
  5. Moebius 1970 4x4

    Thanks. I thought about the molding but liked it better this way. It's just Testors flat light aircraft grey and flat white with clear over it.
  6. Here's my version of the 4x4. I modified the step bumper, wound springs for the front axle and extended the rear brackets, used Scenes Unlimited tires and used blocks in the rear end which I should raise a little more but overall I'm happy with this build.
  7. I'm kind of late to the game I think, but here's the almost-finished 4x4 with my own lift mods and aftermarket tires. I'm updating the ugly step bumper and I sure wish they would correct the fit of the top of the windshield. None of the kits I have fit right. The exhaust doesn't fit worth a darn either. The next one will have dual exhaust. It's not a good picture but you'll get the idea.
  8. We bet Bob on a Friday night at the hotel we were staying at, he was coming in right behind us. He saw my kits on our luggage cart and asked about them. That started the conversation and we spent Friday night, most of Saturday and part of Sunday with him. Another story he told us about was the origin of the Thames Panel Truck. Very cool. I wish those guys could have written down stories to share with everyone before they passed, the ones I heard were some great stuff!
  9. I have that kit and Bob told us the story behind it when we spent most of a weekend with him at the Toledo NNL several years ago before he passed. He graciously signed this one for me and told us the story of the names on the sides which was very cool. He was a super guy.
  10. I'm looking for the 2300cc (140ci) four cylinder Vega engine (not the Iron Duke or that style), preferably complete, and a front bumper and grille for a '72 Grand Prix.
  11. Ok, thanks. Hers had the auto trans and the info I've found says it's a TH-2100 (possibly TH250?) 3spd auto. The engine wasn't the Iron Duke, it was the aluminum 2300cc.