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Jeffcad

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About Jeffcad

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    Montreal
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    Jean-Philippe Sergent
  1. Hi guys ! Sharing today an old built, the Cadillac Coupe De Ville 1976 by Modelhaus. As these kits are ultra rare now I just regret to have built it at a time where my skills weren't as good as they are today. I could restore it completely though. I guess this Cadillac's still presentable and worth a few pics here, don't you think ? ...Ah, If only Revell would stop doing Customs and Lowriders to offer more old "stock" american cars !
  2. 1970 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

    Hi John, there's a "Page Resin" Facebook page. You can contact from there and see if the 1970 Sedan's still available.
  3. 1970 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

    Hi Bill ! Thank you very much ! Still some flaws though I completely forgot to sand the script Cadillac on the trunk before painting cause there are none on the Fleetwood version, and the A pillars shouldn't be covered by vinyle. Next one I'll correct that !
  4. 1970 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

    Hi Alan, Thanks ! I've found on internet an image of a Cadillac upholstery that I have modified and printed in the colour I wanted to fit the overall interior colour.
  5. Hi guys. This Cadillac is a Page Resin kit. The cast was very good but needed some prep. Originally looking more like a regular DeVille series, I've turned and built it into the Fleetwood series, with lower body trims added, a matching interior and a "Brougham-ish" upholstery. Definitely one of my favourite Cadillac in my collection.
  6. '69 Cadillac Sedan de Ville

    WOOOOUUAAAHHH !!! So cool !, and the colours are just fantastic. It reminds me the blue version you made years and years ago !. How I'd love so much you to make a 67-69 limo kit ! Thank you so much for sharing this beauty !. Stay tuned Paul, I'll also share my '70 Fleetwood Brougham very soon.
  7. Hi guys, Sharing with you today an old built, made by Modelhaus. This is the '61 Cadillac Coupe series 62. It's now very very rare and I regret I haven't buy more than one at the time, to make a convertible or an Eldorado from it. I built it around 10 years ago, not pristine but presentable, IMHO. I also regret, (and I am sure I'm not the only one here), that Modelhaus is not around anymore....the quality was excellent. I am glad that they made amazing hubcaps for that model, way better that what Jo-Han's made for its 1961 Fleetwood. Enjoy !
  8. Thanks Nick !!!
  9. Yeah I saw the article yesterday, it's unbelievable !
  10. 1964 Cadillac Eldorado

    Very nice Caddy indeed ! Funny but I remember I've seen a picture of it from a Fotki NNL album a few weeks ago !! You did a great job with the front seats, colour's beautiful too.
  11. 1964 Cadillac Eldorado

    Thank you Mark!. I had a few Cadillacs too, I am really crazy about the brand! If you make Cadillac models, feel free to share them.
  12. 1964 Cadillac Eldorado

    Sorry for my late answer Nick! You're a cadillac family drivers, that's so cool !. Please share your built, it always a pleasure to see other collector's work
  13. 59 cad sedan de Ville Flattop

    Accurate hood.
  14. 59 cad sedan de Ville Flattop

    Hi Paul, Good news for the hubcaps !. Yeah you're right, the overall body and hood of that Revell Eldorado are a bit boxy. Like you, I am also way more interested in shape accuracy and proportions than some openings nor detailed chassis. I have no interest in building a motor either. The upper horizontal body line is a complicate detail to achieve cause it's already starting to gently curve until the upper rear bumper ends from the A pillar. On many 59 scale models, ( like 1/43 Spark Models 59 Cadillacs ) manufacturers have made that curve to start after the door(s) so it gave the model a square overall line, like a break. The shadows on that 1/1 flattop helps to see how delicate this curve is and how it is the exact extension of the front top fenders. Anyway I am sure you'll find a good solution for the hood, and hope your kit to be a success. Your job on the rear bumper grill is fantastic too!. For sure a 6 window version would interest me a lot, as well as a Coupe DeVille. Now I am probably letting my passion for Cadillac pushing my dreams too far but I'd also love so much to see any Cadillac limousines from 1963 to 1976 to be created someday...Problem is that 63 to 70 JoHan's coupe Deville are rare and expensive to use as donors, no Deville series from the 70's have ever been made except the 76 from Modelhaus, and frankly my skills are very limited for such conversions. Anyway! Please continue to share your work !
  15. 59 cad sedan de Ville Flattop

    Hi Paul ! WOW !!! great conversion !!! The car looks great, roof is awesome. Indeed, apart from refining the beginning of the side panel strip right after the front arch wheel, the body is perfect. I can't wait to buy one !. By the way, as your kit is made from the Monogram Eldorado version, are you going to offer the proper and accurate series 62 hubcaps to fit your conversion? Don't give up the great work!