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eastown

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  1. Great work. Unbelievable detail. That rear fin thing is indeed called a cavitation plate, and the rear of the boat is called the transom. In the pic that you show the cavitation plate is adjustable while driving, some earlier flat bottoms had a stationary cavitation plate . In boat racing the more boat out of the water, the faster the speed. Also great colors. Thanks for posting . Bob
  2. Fantastic. So well detailed & that interior is outta the park.
  3. Thanks all for the kudos. The engine is the six from the AMT 51 Chev . In order to use the extra frame, you do need to make a couple of very simple crossover pieces. But I did build 3 complete cars from this kit. Thanks for your interest. Bob
  4. Built from the extra frame and body parts from Double Dragster flat tin metal kit.
  5. Great work , looks perfect. Bob
  6. Thanks to all . Bob
  7. Very ,very well done. I had forgotten about that scene from the movie. excellent.
  8. Thanks to all. Bob
  9. Lowered, Briz. bumpers ,shaved emblems & handles, paint is Model Master Ford Grabber Orange with pearl clear.
  10. A couple pics. The 46 and 54 wagon I still own. The 39 Pontiac I wish I never sold. All built at home. Thanks Bob
  11. Still right here in Ontario.
  12. Bob Purdy Currently still own & built - 1954 Chev 210 Wagon -- 1946 Ford two door sedan. I have built a 1/25 model of my 46.
  13. I just used a small dab of C.A. glue applied with a toothpick in several spots in the cove where the chrome molding would go and that worked for me. Also I buy the cheapo Dollar Store nail files, hold nail file down and rub the chrome piece back and forth over the file to remove the chrome plating on the backside for more secure hold. Bob
  14. Very very nice . A great save. Bob
  15. Sorry ,pics are not that great as it is pouring rain , so a couple of inside pics.
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