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About sflam123

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    Gilbertsville, KY
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    Stephen Flamion

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  1. Mickey Thompson 69 Mustang Mach 1 Funnycar x 2!

    Great progress so far! Looking forward to watching this one.
  2. A couple of Hurst Hairy Olds-50 years apart

    Here are a couple more pictures of the 2018 version
  3. I've been in a terrible building slump lately. I've been unable to get enthused about starting a new project or finishing some old ones. I was looking at my old models and just decided to build a new version of an old one. I happened to have a rerelease of the Monogram Hurst Hairy Olds in my stash and thought "Why not." So here they are...the version I did in 1968 with brush paints and the version I did 50 years later. I didn't wire or detail the motor, as I just wanted to accomplish a completion. Hope y'all like it. The 1968 version The 2018 version
  4. Fisher 2F Chaparral

    Great job! I LOVE Chaparrals. The 2E and 2F were my favorite ones, and you did this one proud.
  5. IMPRESSIVE!! Great job on this one.
  6. Dick Trickle USAC Laguna

    Great job!! Probably saw this car run a time or two.
  7. The Assassin AA/FD - Built

    Great job on this. It turned out beautiful!!
  8. Freddy Fryar 1965 Chevelle late model

    Beautiful work!! The 70's is my favorite era of short track late models. Such variety. There were 1957 Chevy's racing against 1965 Chevelle's racing against 1970's Camaro's.
  9. Beautiful work Mr. Teresi!! Great job!
  10. Candies and Hughes from Polar Lights

    Nice job on this! It looks great!!
  11. Brutus Mustang funny car

    Nice looking build!! Great Job!!
  12. IMC: Ford GTP J-car rescue

    Exceptional job with a difficult kit. As noted, the Ford J-car was a development car that was used to bridge the Ford GT Mark II and the Ford Mark IV. Ford endurance/sports car driver Ken Miles lost his life in the car during testing at Riverside Raceway in August of 1966. There are pictures, though of pretty poor quality, to be found on the internet. Do a search for Ford J car pictures.
  13. Congratulations on winning the award!! Well deserved.
  14. Just freaking amazing, fantastic, awesome, stunning, stupendous, outstanding (insert adjective here) work. The pictures are just eye-catching. Great job. Truly a work of art. Very, VERY nice job with this!!
  15. Amazing work by all of you. Mr Teresi, your Garlits car is stunning!! Thank you all for this thread!