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Justin Porter

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    Lorain, Ohio
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  1. Revell 68 Chevelle availability

    For the past few months, my two distributors haven't been able to get their hands on several Revell or Revell of Germany car kits that are "high demand" items, with the '68 Chevelle being in that group. Another "oddly enough" example is that the RoG Ford GT racer is still outside of my distribution channels despite the fact that Tamiya's Ford GT was effectively in my hands within seconds of its formal announcement.
  2. Cougar II

    Amazing to see one all built up and looking good. Definitely, I agree with you that just ignoring the "features" is the best way to go.
  3. What's the latest Revell North America News

    Oh boy howdy has it not been smooth... I'm not sure who was doing product demand predictions at Revell to determine production run sizes, but I feel like they moved a decimal point to the left by accident. At this point I've resorted to sacrificing a goat to the old gods to try and get more '68 Chevelles and Baja Broncos for my inventory.
  4. Spielwarenmesse N├╝rnberg 2019

    The warbird news has been exciting for me so far this year too. Eduard is supposed to be showing off their all-new 1/48th P51-D. Granted, we've seen a good number of nice Mustangs lately (Airfix's being the standout so far) but Eduard is easily my favorite kit manufacturer for airplanes so I'm pumped.
  5. Ebbro Lotus 49b

    Lovely build of what are some amazing kits.
  6. Fujimi Dino 246GT

    Already had to remove the rear header and re-jig it because the luggage area plate wouldn't fit properly around it. Honestly between the overflow tank and the airbox it's likely going to end up in "what you can see" territory.
  7. Fujimi Dino 246GT

    Another update on my Fujimi 1/24th scale Dino 246GT. Two color coats are down and I think looking quite good on this particular sports car. More chassis work has been done too with the full rear suspension in place and the exhaust starting to come together.
  8. 1958 Plymouth Custom Suburban wagon

    Really an astonishing and original piece. Something to be proud of, Paul!
  9. Audi DTM A4

    That really does look like an eye-catching piece for any shelf. Great looking work.
  10. Calsonic R91CP , Whats In The Box ( Photos)

    That's a very attractive kit. I'd need one for the shop shelf and one for my shelf.
  11. 1956 Citroen DS

    Absolutely a lovely build of one of the more fascinating cars in motoring history.
  12. BMW 507

    Now that is pretty well turned out. The color is really striking and appropriately 50's too.
  13. Fujimi Dino 246GT

    The first tip I can definitely pass along is to keep your micro drill bits and pin vise handy because none of the holes for the locator pins are either wide or deep enough especially if you have any paint on anything. It's very easy to misalign parts because of this.
  14. 1968 Baldwin Motion Chevelle

    Really liking the engine and interior detail so far.
  15. Fujimi Dino 246GT

    Well, first update on the Dino and it's progressing nicely. I sanded down the handbrushed enamel flat black on the chassis and laid down a fresh coat of Vallejo Black Primer to tidy it up. The bulkhead and rear frame work is in place and the engine is now safely in its home for the model. The interior floor was painted with Vallejo Model Air Elfenbein Ivory. Finally I attended to trying to dress some of the less than perfect body joints in the kit to prepare for paint.