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Ty Gontz

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About Ty Gontz

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  • Scale I Build
    1:25

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  • Location
    Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Full Name
    Tyler Gontz

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  1. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    Here is the painted body and hood. The color is Testors De Ja Blue.
  2. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    Made some more progress on this build. I didn’t get the interior assembly done when I wanted to, because I forgot to paint the firewall. I’ll have a picture of the painted body posted tonight.
  3. What did you see on the road today?

    Saw this beautiful restored GMC at Sheetz.
  4. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    The interior is getting there, got the seats, rear interior panel, and roll cage in. I plan to finish the interior tomorrow.
  5. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    Engine is wired and ready to go. Now on to the interior.
  6. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    I did a lot of painting today. Went with a white roll cage to accent the body color, which will be Testors De Ja Blue.
  7. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    Got back to work on the Chevelle. As I said in an earlier post, I found some Outlaw II’s in my parts bin that I’ll put on it. Here is what the tires look like with the Outlaw II’s
  8. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    Thank you Ron. I did check out Lex’s Modeling - wow, such a selection! My original plan was to put a Cowl hood on the Chevelle, but for this build I decided to go with air filters sticking out of the hood.
  9. ‘67 Chevelle Pro Street - WIP

    Beautiful! May I ask where you got the Cowl hood from?
  10. Thanks for the info Len! I'll look for one.
  11. Perfect timing - I'm heading there right now. Thank you.
  12. Incredible work! Just wondering - are you going to give it that “brushed” look, or keep it shiny?
  13. Thanks for the replies, guys! I may look into buiding a display case.
  14. I have some old 1:25 scale Top Fuel dragsters that I plan on restoring. When I do restore them, I’d like to keep em dust-free. Any advice on storing them?