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Fieldguy06

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  • Birthday 02/11/1988

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    Harlem, GA
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    Dustin Hadden

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  1. I finished up my 2014 Dale Jr Pocono winner, I used tamiya pure white, tamiya flat black, and tamiya clear. This is a mix of Winscal decals and powerslide. I lowered the ride height, tucked the wheels, added my own seat, steering column, and shifter. I wired the engine, added the hendrick valve cover decals. I added the rubber buildup as well, wanted the build to be like it was in victory lane.
  2. I’m calling this build done, the kit was a revell slab side, I used rustoleum pure orange, and tamiya pure white, and tamiya pure red for the chassis. I lowered the ride height, fixed the side skirts, I scratch built the seat and belts, I used Arrowhead Aluminum products for the engine pulleys, and spring mounts, top studio for the elbow joints, Teds Model’s for the braided lines, and soft lines. I used Ron Coon for the MSD boxes, and carburetor. Powerslide decals, with a mix of slixx decals. I hope I did the car justice.
  3. Finally finished my 1999 Dale Earnhardt Bristol winner, it’s a revell kit, decals from Slixx, Powerslide, and a few other random sheets. I used tamiya gloss black, future for clear. I tucked the tires, and added details to the engine, plus some goodies from Ron Coon. This is actually my first Dale Sr build.
  4. This is my Dale Jr 2001 Pepsi 400 car, it’s a Revell Kit, and decals from Wet Works, Tamiya paints. I modified the nose, added the roof wicker, and updated the spoiler, thanks to Waylon Hethroth for the info, also thanks to John VanRiper for the windows as well.
  5. This is my 2010 Jeff Gordon Coke 600 build. It was an AMT Snap Kit, I lowered the ride height, tucked the wheels. I didn’t do a lot of detail work other than adding a new roof camera and window net. The paint is Tamiya TS-44, Decals are powerslide.
  6. I drilled new holes in the front and shaved the rear springs down and that’s it buddy.
  7. Thanks everyone!!! I posted the car on twitter, and Jeff actually liked it!!!
  8. This is my 2017 Clint Bowyer throwback car. The decals are from Stoney, Tamiya paints, I made my own seat, window net, I added fuel lines, wiring, a radio as well.
  9. This is my Dale Jr 2009 All Star car, I lowered the ride height tucked the tires, the decals are Mprmprmpr, Tamiya white, I made a new seat, wired the dash, and added wiring.
  10. This is my 2014 Jeff Gordon Brickyard winner. Powerslide decals, Tamiya paints. This build really tested my patience.
  11. This is my seat I built send me a message and I will photo how I make them.
  12. Here’s the kit I used.
  13. Thanks everyone I appreciate the comments.
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