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Gary Davis

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  1. Very good build Terry. I have a few of his midget kits. They are nice. Hey John...That Monogram kit is not out of scale. It's 1/18th scale. I 've built one of the kits and have 3 more in the build stash. Here's a pic of that Midget & trailer build.
  2. Hey John...it's good to see your builds again. As always, your work is outstanding. This Stang really looks GREAT!
  3. Hey JC...that Stang is outstanding . I'm also an A.J.Foyt fan. Not too many drivers left that are like him and Mario these days. Those guys drove anything and everything. From dirt to asphalt..it didn't matter. Your build is a great testament to that fact.
  4. JC...your scratch-built engine looks awesome bud! You do impeccable work and it would be really cool to see your engine in the car. Great work!!
  5. Man JC...That engine really looks good! I know you'll make it FIT!
  6. Peter...that's a fine looking Cobra.
  7. Man Ken...This is a very cool project. Looking forward to the next update for sure...
  8. This is sure looking good Andrew Somethings not right on this forum. I don't know how I double posted but it won't let me delete the second post.
  9. This sure looking good Andrew. A LOT of detail work for sure...
  10. LOL...well...not a blacksmith...but I can pound on things pretty well.... Thanks for the info.
  11. This is really looking good Andrew. What and where can one get the nickle silver wire that you're using. Is it easy to use. Sure looks good...
  12. This is sure looking cool Alan!! I had a similar idea for the offy in a 29 roadster. That interior looks killer... Love that carpet color and look. Keep the updates com'in!!
  13. Yep...you're at it again JC....making me want to build one!! LOL Your fab work looks great!!
  14. WOW...that's really looking good. That blue sure looks darker than it did in the first shot. I really like it.
  15. Actually it's a hard bound book of the History of Indy from 1911-1994. It contains all the info on all the cars that ran in the race for each of those years. It's a GREAT book to have if one likes the Indy 500. Gary Doucette turned me on to it about 4-5 yrs ago. I don't think I have an 8CM kit... What yr are they?? Uuugh...aren't you suppose to be building a Cooper??? LOL
  16. OOOOHHHHyea....Com'on baby...let's cruze the main !!!!! Now that's a 60's cruzzer for sure. Great job on this build John. Daily drivers(that are really HOT) really didn't have ALL the perfect door gaps etc. They looked good....clean and polished with a fairly kick but motor in them with cherry bomb glass packs in the exhaust... WAAAAY to cool. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.... "hey buddy...wanna run for pinks?"...... lol
  17. Dang...those tires and wheels look KILLER on that car. This puppy is really looking good. It sure reminds me of the guys cruising main street on Friday nights back in the mid 60's. This car is definitely a "CHICK MAGNET" for sure.....
  18. Man...that really looks good Gareth! For what you went through, you still hung in there and completed this cool looking 57. GREAT JOB...
  19. I think so Andrew...... LOL By the way... It is the 4/CLT/48 (thanks for the correction) annnnd...I do have lots of evergreen and plastic sheet. Getting photos of the chassis and engine is what I really need.
  20. What a great build. Love the 2 tone paint scheme for sure. Good building technique on a cool car...
  21. This is looking way to cool. Love the offy engine.... and the chassis fix. Great job!!
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