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George Bojaciuk

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    George S. Bojaciuk

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  1. No. One is out of a Revell Camaro and the other two out of an AMT ‘67 Chevelle. I liked the headers and couldn’t see trashing a kit just for headers I liked.
  2. I just had a bunch cast by Norm. 2 BBC and one SBC. PM me. I made these for my use but made a few extras.
  3. I stand corrected. You made me look! I think I bought this at the same time. PM me.
  4. My real Monza in ‘79 had these wheels. I built this back in ‘79 to replicate my car. I believe they were in one of the MPC Monza kits, at the time.
  5. I have quite a few of Ed's (krassandbernie) hoods. I like them and the castings are very nice.
  6. Well...don't know how to tell you this, but...
  7. I’ve done one or two... Using an etch primer is good, but realize there is something in the paint that makes it “etch”. Usually, it’s acid. Once you do the etch, use a thin layer of a sealer primer. That will form a safe barrier to your top coat. Some pigments will react when applied directly over etch primer. This will lead to crazing over time. if you need any more detailed info, PM me.
  8. I may have one, but not in a position to look right now. I can check Monday 11/25. PM me if interested.
  9. Just my advice... Use a metal duct hose. Solvents will deteriorate a vinyl hose over time. At the most inopportune time, that hose will come apart and shower your paint area with debris. With the fan still pumping, until you can shut it down, it will have coated your work area and your model in the Booth. Ask me how I know....
  10. The above should have read Cady Decals. Autocorrect, chose candy....sigh!
  11. I used the Candy decals ages ago when I did my AAR. Made the cover of Scale Auto, back then. It was based on a Monogram ‘71 ‘Cuda. Decals fit great!
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