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    Tim Schmackpfeffer
  1. Update: Cowl hood finished, working on chassis, interior and engine detailing.
  2. It is with sad news.....

    So sad,he was an amazing builder.
  3. Thanks for the kind words. The wheels are slot car wheels I got from a guy on here named Vince in the trader section.
  4. Updated photos. Got the 700" Big Block together and wired. Installed front/rear suspension and mounted brakes/wheels and tires. Mounted engine and working on hood, interior,etc.
  5. When painting resin parts are there any special prep steps needed as I'm having an issue with the paint(enamel) not adhering well. On some parts after allowing adequate dry time the paint is easily removed if touched.
  6. From what I can gather it's a Nascar intake.
  7. Some minor progress on the build. Shaved the Impala emblems , opened up the rear wheelwells and painted the interior tub and chassis-my first attempt with an airbrush! I got the big block from BNL resins with split dominators on a tunnel ram.
  8. Thanks. The rear wheels are slot car wheels I get from a guy on here, the tires are from www.futurattraction.com and the intake and trans are from the parts box, I believe they're resin.
  9. Mine was straight. It had bracing between the fenders but once removed it's pretty flexy!
  10. It's a BNL resins tub section I got off ebay.
  11. Thinking about going with a nitrous big block like some of the great drag racing Impala's like Nick Scavo's.
  12. Thanks for the kind words guys!