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About NitroMarty

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  • Birthday 02/21/1961

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24 - 1/25

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    Northern Illinois
  • Full Name
    Marty Neyrinck

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  1. Happy Birthday Nitro Marty . Best wishes on your special day.


  2. Frankie is too "busy" building Chevelles... He must have a half dozen of those in the works right now!
  3. You already KNOW I'm diggin' it..... Lets do this, Doc!!!!!
  4. Great looking old Stovebolt!!!!! Really wish I had picked up one of those '38 conversions when they were available.
  5. Hasegawa's '67 Volkswagen Type 2 delivery, treated to a bit of NitroMarty style and attitude..... Suspension was tweaked to get that bagged and slammed stance.... Wheels are from one of Revell's tuner kits, with the rears being fitted into Pegasus sleeves... Two-tone paint is Testors craft enamels Black Tie over Coral... Finished was only polished.... No clear coat.... Interior features a Mexican style blanket that I made by printing an image from the internet on white decal paper. Truthfully, not my best work, but it feels good to finally finish one.
  6. That is (was) so cool!!!!! I look forward to seeing your updated tribute!
  7. Outstanding!!! What diameter wire and hypodermic needles did you use for the spokes and nipples?
  8. Dave Koffel's E/Gas winning "Flintstone Flyer" Packard was indeed some of the inspiration for the color I used on this build....
  9. NICE!!!!!!!!! Details;. man.... We need details!!!!
  10. This one started as just a "goof", while waiting for the glue to dry on another project, but I liked it so well that it just kinda took on a life of its own I mean an altered wheelbase Hudson Hornet.... Who else but twisted lil ol' me would ever dream of such a thing? Moebius' Hudson with the wheel openings shoved WAY forward... Paired with a Miss deal chassis, modified with the front axle from a Boot Hill Express kit... Under the hood you'll find a fuel injected Cadillac, kit-bashed using part from several different kits, and set back way under the cowl. The Testors One Coat Pure Gold lacquer and Big Fat Fannie decals, that I whipped up on my computer, really POP in the sun!
  11. Here's another one from a few years ago...... Part Revell T sedan... Part MPC Winged Express... Part AMT Parts Pack small block Chevy..... And a whole lotta fun! Plenty of bit and pieces from my parts box, as well..... Paint is Model Master Grabber Orange lacquer.... Decals I whipped up on my computer.
  12. NICE!!!!!! Let's line 'em up!
  13. Built this one many years ago, from AMT's old 5-window kit....
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