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About bbowser

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 08/06/1954

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    Green Mountains
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    Bruce Bowser

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  1. Parts Box Special '48 Ford.

    Another stunner from your bench, great work!
  2. Bentley

    I don't mean to stray too far from this thread, but I'm thinking I would like to build mine (Heller kit) like the one pictured above without the blower. What modifications need to be made?
  3. Jaguar XK 120, Revell

    That's gorgeous! Great work.
  4. Manheim Auctions

    Really nice work John.
  5. Spooky Froot Loops

    Great model, but that's one ugly car!
  6. Revell Hot Rod Monster Machines

    It did have the body, I just can't find the photos of it finished . The body didn't fit very well trying to cram all those mechanicals under it.
  7. Revell Hot Rod Monster Machines

    I tried the Challenger, it really lived up to its name. I ended up selling both, scared to attempt the Showboat! Great old Revell kits though, from that era of very detailed (read fiddly) kits. I followed Bill's build of the Challenger I, outstanding work! They are a great source of Pontiac and Buick engines.
  8. I'll throw one on the pile. Done a few years ago, substituted a 409 for the Stovebolt. Had a lot of fun with this!
  9. Great work! I've got an extended cab '55 Ford in a box, it's not an easy conversion. Yours looks outstanding.
  10. Sorry, Not in my book

  11. Hillibillies coupe

    Inventive use of the Olds, who would have thought of a Delahaye engine? Well done.
  12. Mini Racer .

    All of the above. Really nice clean work!
  13. Heller Renault 5 Turbo Rally

    I like it! Just the right amount of dirt.
  14. 72 Celica

    Nice! I think this is the first one of these I've seen built, looks great.
  15. Iconic Chevy

    I prefer the cleaner lines of the '55, but as noted above the '57 is the one everyone remembers even though it was outsold by Ford that year. What happened to all those Fords?