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Wm David Green

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  1. Superb Monte Carlo build and paint, that red and yellow scheme really pops. You are so on top of this.
  2. Asmir, this is a beautiful model, inspirational build and finish. I'm in a COVID19 lock-down rut at the moment, lacking 'drive' so to speak, so thank you.
  3. Great looking model, the tire change makes a big difference. I think a few 1/25 muscle car kits have under size wheels and tires in any case.
  4. Fantastic project and great execution, nice work so far.
  5. NOBLNG, your kindergarten car is fine, what's not to like? Great post this.
  6. Now that's a really good looking car. Wondering if this tooling is still in existence ? Only recently appreciating that were still cool looking autos in the 1970's, but possibly not so many after 1977.
  7. Superb, another outstanding NASCAR racer from a skilled builder.
  8. Thanks to all who have posted pics of these 'cars', the cause of nightmares ! Here in UK there are special occasion car hire companies who have fake generic 1900's to '30's veteran style bodywork on modern chassis. Just so some easily pleased dimwit can say "ooh look! how nice we got an old fashioned car for the wedding!" Puhleeease Nooooo!!!!.
  9. A superb looking car, great conversion and finish. You're work is prolific, and excellent. So, that's a rare Johan kit I have to look for, on the plus side I already have the roof (still attached to the 67 Impala!).
  10. This has been a great post, superb build. The re-chromed parts look fantastic. I hope I can achieve similar results with my projects. Sincerely. David
  11. That's a gorgeous job you've done. Must admit I have the same kit in my stash, and other than re-engraving the near invisible door outlines, (presumably lost due to mold wear?), it's not been taken further.
  12. This has been a great tutorial, and your observations on what to spend time on, or not, has been really helpful. I haven't quite yet acquired 'the eye' for car detail, so can get flummoxed at what needs attention most to make a model auto really pop. I spent many years studying reference material on WW 2 tanks, whereas my car knowledge is still in it's elementary stage.
  13. I've had the 2004 issue AMT/Ertl version 38157 for a while, in addition to the (almost) correct Daisy Duke version. Even though it's hailed as a great donor chassis, I did not really want to sacrifice a '71 Charger kit to improve the 2004 issue RR kit. Luckily I just found the correct 1973/74 RR chassis and dash parts, from the most recent MPC issue, purchased week before last from an online seller in the US. I would like to remove some of the moulded on details and add a more detailed rear differential drive and front suspension.
  14. These are great pics. These sort of cars get my NASCAR juices going. Would these cars have run on slightly modified stock chassis, or completely scratch built frames ? Thanks David G.
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