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About Fieldguy06

  • Birthday 02/11/1988

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    Harlem, GA
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    Dustin Hadden

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  1. This is my “post race” version of Dale Jr’s 2015 Talladega build. This is a Revell kit, paint and clear are from Splash Paints, decals are 3 Amigos, a lot of photo etch parts from MCG, Scale Motorsports. The fittings are a mix from detail masters, and rb motion, braided lines are from protech. Used a lot of parts from Off the Sprue, as well as a new supplier called Bolide Plastic Motorworks. This build is special to me because it was my wife’s first time going to Talladega, now that I’m finally back to building again I need to relearn something’s and keep improving.
  2. Finished up my 2015 Dale Earnhardt Jr Baja Blast build this weekend. The was a Chase Elliott kit, added front and rear chassis clips, paint is a custom color and 2k clear from Splash Paints. The decals are from 3 Amigos. I used a lot of Detail Masters and protech photo etch parts, as well as fittings and oil lines. This was a really fun build, and the colors were spot on, I am really satisfied with how this build turned out.
  3. Thanks guys I appreciate the compliments!!
  4. Finally finished my 2015 Dale Jr Windows 10 build. This was a revell chase kit, decals are from 3 Amigos, they went down with ease. Paint is from splash paints, with splash 2k clear topping it all off. I added a lot of photo etch parts, also used pro tech parts, detail masters, scale Motorsports as well. Really enjoyed this build.
  5. I still have a lot more to do before I finish this one up, but I wanted mock it up a little. The engine is about 90 percent done, still have some plumbing to do. I’m still working on the fire extinguishers and getting them plumbed. I need to make the seat belts, and radio wires to finish up the seat. The dash also needs to be painted and decals need to be applied, as well as some photo etch parts. I got the body cleared this weekend, the decals are from 3 Amigo’s, and they went on very easily, I added a few decals from power slide. Also need to decal and finish painting the rims and tires. I used a lot of Protech and Detail Master’s parts on this build as well. I can almost see the finish line with this build.
  6. Started a new project, this is in the very early stages, but this will be my 2015 Dale Earnhardt Jr Windows 10 build. I am using a lot of parts from protech, detail masters, rb motion, dirt modeler, and small great details. I will be using splash paints and clear. Decals are from 3 Amigos and a few from power slide. Special thank you to Clay Kemp for a lot of tips and tricks. Here is where I stand so far with the build.
  7. Thanks everyone I appreciate the comments!!
  8. Finished up my 2006 Dale Earnhardt Jr Black Budweiser build from Talladega. I modified the nose with styrene and milliput, tried to get it as close as I possibly could to the super speedway package they raced that year. I used Powerslide decals for the majority of the car, really have to thank Mark at MPR decals for getting me the side skirt rivets decals. This car was primered with Mr. Hobby Primer, then I used splash paints black 2k clear, then applied decals, and sealed the decals with Splash Paints 2K clear. A lot of aftermarket parts are on the build, including Protech, Detail Masters, Off the Sprue, Arrowhead Aluminum Parts, Miller Custom Sports 3D printed parts, Scale Motorsports. This kit was a 2006 Revell Dale Jr kit.
  9. Looks awesome brother!!
  10. This is Dale Jr’s 2017 Grey Ghost from Martinsville, this was a Revell SS Kit. Paint was from Gravity Colors USA, first time using 2k clear, which was from Splash Paints, decals are from Powerslide, and Ace Decals. I lowered and tucked the wheels, engines was wired and plumbed with Pro Tech fittings and braided lines. I used the kit seat as a base and tried to get it as close as possible to Jr’s seat. This was a fun build and really learned a lot and think I have found my go to clear from here out, also the gravity colors paint went on really well.
  11. Made a bit of progress, the chassis still has some parts to install and paint up, the seat needs the rest of the carbon fiber decals, and rivets added, then on to seat belts, the dash still needs toggle switches added and some more carbon fiber decals. The body is primered and ready for paint soon. Hopefully in a few weeks this one will be completed along with the other builds I need to finish up.
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