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Hotrod 97

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  • Birthday March 31

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    Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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    Tyler Gontz

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  1. Got some styrene rod, red paint, and some Pony Bead Lacing to try for radiator hoses.
  2. It's been a decent amount of time since I got to work on this Mustang. I kinda forgot what I covered in my last update, so here is a look at what I have so far. I'll have another progress update up soon.
  3. It's been a while since I posted any progress on this one, but I have been working on it. I got the I6 engine assembled and ready for paint, got most of the other engine parts painted, got the rims detailed, got the interior and chassis painted to my satisfaction, got the body primed and ready for paint, and I got most of the rest of the parts primed.
  4. Got some finger picks and a new set of strings for my acoustic guitar.
  5. Awesome builds, guys! I had to take some time away from the workbench before I got the ‘69 Mach 1 done, but I’ll definitely have it done before Christmas.
  6. I got a good bit of hand-painting done since last update. The engine bay and underside of the hood are painted flat black. The hood is decaled, painted, and polished. And I got the hood stripe decals and gloss black on the body. Next step: applying a bunch of decals and painting the headliner.
  7. Just checking in. How are the builds coming along? I'll get some progress pictures of my '69 Mach 1 up soon.
  8. I'm more of the "I'll finish it eventually" type. Sometimes, when I get back to a stalled build, I change the build plan and end up completely redoing pretty much everything that was painted and assembled. Although, kits that are "too far gone" or that I lost interest in do become parts kits.
  9. Not sure why, but it in a way reminds me of the Tumbler car from the Batman: The Dark Knight trilogy...
  10. Thanks, Roy! The color is Testors Arctic Blue Metallic over gray primer.
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