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Mike Chernecki

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About Mike Chernecki

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  • Birthday 10/07/1970

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    Gull Lake, Manitoba
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    Mike Chernecki

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  1. Modelhaus Resin Tires

    https://www.modelhaustires.com/ Awesome, fast service.
  2. The Nova kits were the only thing worth waiting for from Moebius, I hope something happens with these.
  3. Aoshima parts availability

    You will find my post on the thread from Automotive forums. Just contact through their Facebook page and they will help you. Last I ordered parts the service was very quick.
  4. 1968 Olds 442 Decals?

    Maybe you were thinking of the decals from echoxrayniner . The decals for the 1970 Olds Ralleye 350 has a bit more on it. https://public.fotki.com/RaysKits/oldsmobile/cutlass/ Or maybe The Last Details decals for the 1969 442 has a bunch of extras on it. https://www.thepartsbox.com/shop/decals/the-last-detail-inc/1969-oldsmobile-cutlass-442-w-30/
  5. 1968 Olds 442 Decals?

    Keith Mark's https://public.fotki.com/mofobow/oldsmobile/4-4-2/68_4-4-2/
  6. 1969 A12 Super Bee

    Not yet, but Joseph has talked about doing some.
  7. Modelhaus Tires

    I placed an on Mar 1st, #108, at 10am. At 3pm the same day I received notification from the post office that the order was shipped and received by the post office. I am in Canada and received the order a few days later. Great product, hope it stays around for a long time.
  8. Tamiya Primer

    I use Tamiya primers always under automotive paint with no problems.
  9. Alternative to spot filler

    Try the Tamiya Light Curing Putty, no smell, cures instantly with a light, easy to sand. I use the UV light I have left over from a Bondic glue pen. I put a bit of putty on a notepad and cover it with a lid from a spray can so it doesn't start curing. Then start filling what you need, fill, cure, sand, all within a few seconds of each other. Working on the new 1968 Chevelle I filled the holes for the mirror and door handles within a couple minutes and that was 3 rounds of fill, cure and sand.
  10. Lamborghini Huracan Performante, Aoshima, 1/24

    Nice, I have a bottle of the Verde Hydra, not a common color, but sure looks good. I like what you did with the forged carbon. Did you paint the forged carbon on the interior or was that a kit decal?
  11. Actually, my '62 Nova convertible is black with red interior, the primer on the outside is very light grey , but the inner body is all red oxide.
  12. It has been 20 years since I striped the paint off, but I believe it was medium to dark grey. I have one of original fenders from the '68 on my '69 Nova, but it is currently under 4 feet of snow.
  13. My '68 Nova is Ash Gold and it had grey primer from the factory.
  14. Wow, the contrast of the white against the candy is amazing. Nicest paint job I have seen.
  15. Revell 68 Chevelle

    Actually the trim is there, but nearly invisible. I was thinking of taking some very thin wire and make the trim around the seat... it needs it. I also noticed Revell missed the SS396 badge in the center of the door panel.