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sflam123

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About sflam123

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    MCM Friend

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  • Yahoo
    kyrangerz520@yahoo.com

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  • Are You Human?
    YES
  • Scale I Build
    1/25, 1/16

Profile Information

  • Location
    Gilbertsville, KY
  • Full Name
    Stephen Flamion

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  1. Box Stock Accurate Miniatures Grand Sport Corvette

    A very nice job on this kit. Turned out looking awesome!
  2. Soapy Sales Challenger Box Build

    Nice!! Well done!
  3. AMT Tommy Ivo FED

    Nice job on this car. Love the color!
  4. Greer Black Prudhomme FED miniscule update New Years Day

    The MT car appears to have some type of blower in the front of the car driven off the crankshaft of the front motor. It looks like the blower then feeds both engines via some ductwork over the top of the engines. Mickey Thompson was nothing if not creative!!
  5. Mr. Teresi, I have several pictures of the restored car from the Don Garlits Museum in Ocala if they would be of any interest to you. They were taken in 2012 and 2016.
  6. Beautiful work, as we've come to expect from you. Fantastic idea to build the jig and great implementation of the idea. Good job sir!!
  7. 1/16 Beach City Corvette: On the bench 8/19/17

    Just amazing, awe inspiring work sir. GREAT JOB!!
  8. 1/16 Beach City Corvette: On the bench 8/19/17

    I love your work sir!! This thing is killer! Amazing work!
  9. Unreal! If I didn't see some items in the background I'd swear this was a full sized, functioning engine. Amazing unbelievable work sir!!!!
  10. Well done. Nice job of detailing.
  11. Don Prudhomme Wedge Dragster

    Now...a couple of observations from the trip to the Garlics museum and seeing this car in person: 1.) The front of the "wedge" is ABOUT the same width as the front wheels spacing. 2.) The headers on the car in the museum come out from under the bodywork, although the CarCraft article has them coming out of the bodywork. I do have about four or five other pictures I can post if anyone needs them. I'm not sure if they'll help anyone or not, but willing to share.
  12. Don Prudhomme Wedge Dragster

    And some more: