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Vintage chromoly

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    Wellington ohio
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    Robert Reminder

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  1. Nicely done! are the wheels finished in Alclad? What did you use for the base?
  2. It does appear dark. I was a bit bummed about that. It looks more like EB7. unfortunately, this is what MCW calls 1969-1970 B5 blue. ☹️ I’ve used Scale finishes B5, and while the shade is more correct, the metal flake is way out of scale. I’m not doing a V code as far as multi carbs go. I’m using an RB engine with a single Holley 3310 from Fireball model works. This car is an effort to emulate a high school friend’s car. anyhow, I’ll keep this thread updated as I go. thanks for the interest. Rob
  3. Hello all. I’ve been fascinated with the Jimmy Addison GTX for some time, so I’ve decided to build up a tribute. I’m using the Revell Sox and Martin kit. I removed the rear seat, as the silver bullet had no rear seat. I’ll be stealing some A100 seats from my 68 HEMI Dart kit, to finish the interior. It was pretty plain Jane. I’m using styrene .040 sheet stock to fab up a rear seat delete type interior. It’s coming along pretty well. I’ll keep updating this thread as I go along. thanks for looking. Rob
  4. Hello all. I'm doing a 1970 bee at present. The inspiration comes from a neighborhood car a friend owned when we were in high school. Late 80’s. it’s getting Centerline auto drags, a cage, a pitchfork hood, and a 440/4BBL. (Having a hard time locating the intake) this is the body, so far. Initial cut and polish. It’s B5 blue from MCW.
  5. This is my 68 coronet RT. I’ve owned it for around 12 years. 42,000 original miles, numbers matching engine.
  6. Impressive! thanks for sharing, and please keep updating this thread! 😎
  7. Thanks, David! I live 10 minutes from Grafton, in Wellington. this board seems really cool. I will keep posting my work and trails and tribulations. 😂
  8. Nice build. move built that kit, and I really liked it.
  9. Nicely done! I was following your build on one of the Facebook model building pages. your build rings home with me, as I have a 1:1 version of that car. I have a virgin 1968 MPC, but I can’t bring myself to build it.
  10. I’ve been using a Pasche H that my parents bought me back in the early 80’s. I don’t have any experience with any other air brushes, but this old Pasche works well for me.
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