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Mike Chernecki

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About Mike Chernecki

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 10/07/1970

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  • Location
    Gull Lake, Manitoba
  • Full Name
    Mike Chernecki

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  1. 68 GTX grille

    How about a grille for the "69 'cuda? The grille in the amt/mpc kit is awful.
  2. An accurate 69 Cuda

    Looks great, I have the exact same project stalled for the last 5 years. I am using the Duster chassis as well. I agree we need a 3d printed grill, those tiny headlights are why the project has stalled.
  3. Scale Production in Europe

    Ordered a few times no problems. Don't use google translate, just click on the British flag to use the English version of the website.
  4. Fireball redlines are beautiful, paint with flat red acrylic. If you don't want to paint the redlines, Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland has a couple sets of resin redlines w/ separate red resin redline insert.
  5. Gravity Colors...anybody bought from them lately?

    What is the problem with Jameston? I have placed orders with him for several years, but lately, every couple weeks since last fall. They have all arrived 3-4 weeks from placing the order, including one custom order I emailed him about. Never had a problem with receiving orders, a couple times the color seemed off, a free replacement was sent shortly after contacting him. Sure in the beginning the turn around time was a few days and now it is a couple weeks, no big deal it always arrives.
  6. Gravity Colors...anybody bought from them lately?

    Not true, I have ordered custom colors several times with fantastic results. A couple were mixed to samples I sent him and another was an obscure color for the 300SL gullwing.
  7. Splash Paints - Website Up!

    Why bother with what appears to be a "questionable" new paint company. We have many choices already available: Gravity Colors - Awesome service, never had problems. Can't comment on others experience. Scale Finishes - Jameston always come through with awesome paint. I have never had to wait longer than 3-4 weeks for order to ship, most often within a 1-2 weeks. Zero Paints - North American retailer is http://www.hobbyworld-usa.com/Store/index.php?id_category=1123&controller=category&n=517. Matthew gets orders out immediately if in stock, otherwise the wait for out of stock or custom colors is a 1 or 2 weeks. MCW - no experience with them
  8. Paint booth fan

    Get yourself a 6" inline hydroponics vent fan. These work great and can handle anything you spray, I use lacquers, basecoats, 2k clear and no smell or overspray enters the room. https://www.ebay.ca/itm/NEW-6-Inch-Inline-Hydroponic-Duct-Fan-Exhaust-Blower/272259787678?hash=item3f63f2ab9e:m:mzc3V6j4fyRmNmvQ4MBGdNQ
  9. Michaels 60% off today 3/7/2018

    The Michael's near me has barely any models in stock and haven't been updated in a while, tons of empty shelves. Asked the idiot working there, they will restock when they completely run out of model kit inventory. Will likely take forever for the couple snap kits to sell out.
  10. My Last Modelhaus order

    When did you place your order? Mine was in hours before they shut down the website. Wondering how many more months to wait?
  11. Canadian Hobby Shops

    Scott @ Elm City Hobbies is the best.
  12. 1967 Camaro - 3d printed 'interpretation'

    Good Job, yours looks better than the new Revell '67 Camaro.
  13. 65 Dodge Dart

    They were available from R&R Resin. I would check with Star Models
  14. New GT-40 Engine Kit

    Scale Production is offering a new GT-40 engine kit. Looks nice. http://www.scaleproduction.de/product_info.php?language=en&info=p2336_1969-f-gt-40-engine-kit.html
  15. Scale Finishes

    No, order from Scott. I need those colors .... good thing they have a long shelf life.