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Hooked on Chaparral

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About Hooked on Chaparral

  • Rank
    MCM Regular
  • Birthday August 23

Previous Fields

  • Scale I Build
    1/24,1/25

Profile Information

  • Location
    New Castle, PA 16101
  • Full Name
    William Brown
  1. Lets put a face to that builder!

    Me.. wayyy in the back on drums and "momma" on vocals.
  2. Real "Period Correct" Speed Racer Mach V

    Beautiful job Art, it just flows so well. WOW!!
  3. Fisher Chaparral 2F- Almost home!

    I apologize for not going into any details I I will go into detail, when it is completely finished. thank you again for stopping by.
  4. Fisher Chaparral 2F- Almost home!

    Still some rough spots, and more work to do but this will soon be cleaned up Oh, one more thing...there is a wired and plumbed 427 Chevy "porcupine" engine in there!
  5. AMC 390 block George Follmer Project

    Hello Looking for a 390 AMC engine for the Johan Follmer Trans Am Javelin. I have NO idea what became of my original. Other AMC's would work from what I understand. If you have one please message me and we can discuss it! THANKS
  6. Zero Paints

    I have ordered some Zero Paints from Hobby World, not so sure if it is a "true" lacquer or a derivative of a lacquer (enamel). I asked someone about it in another forum and they said "it's kinda both"? I know from what I have gathered so far it basically comes dull coat and you are expected to clear coat it fairly quickly after your final coat. I want to do this model as correctly as possible that is why I am going with this paint sight unseen so to speak. Number One, I really don't like clear coating, that and the fact I have very little experience with clear coat. Number Two, what do you use to primer this type paint? I understand because of Lacquers "hot" lay down properties you can ruin a paint job REAL fast if not adequately prepped. Given the price of the initial kit PLUS the cost and availability (0) of the trans kit "mess up" is not an option. So, in conclusion can anybody give me any guidance here, THANK YOU all so much for reading this!
  7. I used testors thinner, pretty thin mix i like it like skim milk density. Yes I did air brush it thanks, for the tips guys. Like I said its been awhile and I didn't want to rush this. I am familiar with the novus system and the LMG polishing cloth system, my preferred method.I guess I am too old school never tried lacquer or acrylics for that matter I have always been happy with the enamel results. I don't clear coat either, basically because other than that 37 above I stick with sports cars, imsa, endurance, trans am that sort of model. I dry polished that 37. LMG.
  8. 2 Days ago I laid down 4 coats of "off white" (model master classic, white 8 drops of testors 1033 brown) on a Fisher Chaparral 2F. It needs polished what is the safest amount of gas out time before I could begin the next phase. No rush its been 20 years since I doing this on a regular basis now I'm afraid becoming a "senior citizen" may have some pitfalls with it, that and not having really built anything in 20 years! Thanks! my last build....
  9. 63 Corvette Coupe -- Revell, 1/25

    Looks FINE
  10. Koenig Competition Ferrari Testarossa (1/24 scale by Fujimi)

    WELL DONE! so clean, neat and tidy
  11. Beemax Porsche 935 K2

    very pretty great job
  12. BMW 2002 tii `71

    How cool is this...? Some of you guys just blow me away with your imaginations. That is a righteous ride for sure
  13. Revell Audi R8

    Beautiful finish and eye for detail. Very Nice.
  14. A pair of Airfix 1/32 Ford Focus

    Very slick, Pat.