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Ballroad

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    Upper Michigan
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    Perry Amicangelo
  1. '48 Ford Coupe

    I really like this work you've done, I love these old Ford's, been watching it from up here in Michigan...!
  2. 40 ford

    I really like how this looks it's dead on. We have a local wrecking yard that's been here since at least from the 50's, and has really been left untouched except for fencing and keep out signs. Your car reminds me of some of the cars in this yard. It in Quinnesec Michigan. Describe your process, I like the windows too. This is motivating me......
  3. AMT 1949/1950 Ford sedan/ convertible .

    I appreciate all the response from the group on my questions, no doubt, some excellent workmanship... .
  4. AMT 1949/1950 Ford sedan/ convertible .

    I would like to duplicate the club coupe, only make it a 1950. I thought since the convertible body has the windshield separate it would make it a little easier...the club coupe has better line's to it.....
  5. Has anyone ever combined part's of the two kits to make a 1950 Tudor? I know there is different gas openings ,trunk hinges rear license / trunk trim. How about using the roof from a 49 and plunking it on the 50 convertible body? I'm getting going on modeling as we.moved into a different house... I have the convertible kit already...... thanks....
  6. 1950 Ford junker - Learning curve thread

    I picked up the same kit a Hobbytown store last summer, marked down, how is it as kit goes, never did one of these...
  7. 1950 Ford junker - Learning curve thread

    Wow, that's really neat!!
  8. 1950 Ford junker - Learning curve thread

    How did you mimic the block details pistons, ECT ECT??? I like it a lot,
  9. Lincoln V12 with ARDUN heads.

    Wow, that's really, really, cool, what are you using for the casting medium,??
  10. 53 Chevy Panel

    Isn't this a 1954 ?
  11. Thanks for sticking up for me, jez, your right, come on, its only a model truck. I was just having fun with it. I like it and that's really what matters....
  12. My first Tamiya 66 Volkswagen...

    Thanks for the comments, I'm still new at this as I just started again this summer, although I built some to offset my model train's, and old radio work. I've been bittyby the Volkswagen bug just received the VW panel van ( yagermiester?) Looks like a fun build Revell Germany, Amazon, came from Hong Kong! Unbelievable! Got it in record time, will post more on this.... thanks
  13. Just some quick photos of my first Tamiya 66 Volkswagen bug. I really liked the kit, a real treat!.My ideas came from the website "The Samba" if you like Volkswagen's definitely check it out.I don't like my models looking too new and shiny, please give me your input... thanks,
  14. 1953 Ford Sunliner

    Just beautiful, as always....