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About BeakDoc

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  1. 57 chevy

    I can dig it!
  2. '65 Pontiac GTO Convertible in "Mayfair Maize"

    Very nice build! That color is choice.
  3. 1968 Javelin Pro-touring scratchbuilt

  4. My GTO Judge

    Really nice clean build!
  5. Great build. I really dig the everyday-driver vibe. Been wanting one of those D-50 kits for a while. I owned 2 of the 1:1s over the years; an ‘84 Sport and an ‘85. Both 5 speed 4x4s and both suffered from the same afflictions. Gas tanks that rusted through at the seam and carbs built with super-cheap materials.
  6. Thanks Dennis. The Hemi and all the other SRT bits came from the Revell 2009 Challenger kit. Those tires are resin. They were cast as wheel/tire combo but they were 6 lug and I really didn’t care for the looks of them so I drilled them out and used the kit wheels. I’d love to know who cast them. I got them (at least) third hand and there was no manufacturers info. I appreciate you recognizing the hood, Bucky. I’m pretty proud of how well it turned out. Thank you to all that have commented.
  7. A lot of kit-bashing, grafting and scratch building put into this one. I think if I had it to do all over again I’d have gone with a different color. Oh well, hindsight is 20/20. Tips, pointers, comments and questions are always welcome. Thanks for looking.
  8. Buick GSX

    Beautiful Buick. Great stance and those wheels do look great.
  9. My oldest and dearest friend is a devout/fanatical IH disciple. I feel that if he ever saw a Cornbinder with anything but IH parts he’d scream “Blasphemy!”, while deep inside he’d appreciate the whatever-it-takes-to-keep-her-moving mentality. Every time I see an IH, either to scale or IRL, it brings back fond memories of scouring the Eastern U.S. for parts vehicles or trips to London, Ohio for the Scout Nationals. So, thank you for this build.
  10. Wow. That paint job is.... Wait for it..... Vantastic!
  11. 77 GMC Pickup

    The truck is really well done, but that diorama..... dude! What an amazing setting!
  12. The true spirit of American hot-rodding captured in scale. Super cool!
  13. Beastly! That is just flat cool.
  14. Man, that’s as pretty a truck as I’ve seen in a long time. Well done!