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About GerN

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24, 1/43

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  • Location
    Bel Air, MD
  • Full Name
    Gerald Nielsen

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  1. 49 mercharo plus few others

    Great work!
  2. 32 for door ford conversion

    Another very good model!
  3. 40 ford wagon

    Excellent work! I especially like the little extension of the rear fender. Is that your concept drawing as well?
  4. paint retarder tip

    Thanks! I'll give it a try.
  5. If your acrylic paint is drying too quickly, try Golden Retarder. I've used it with brush-painting Tamiya with good results.
  6. S13 Silvia and Pignose 240SX

    In my experience, Alumilite smells horrible and the resulting castings are brittle compared to Smooth-On and MicroMark CR300, my own preference. That engine does look really good - you should cast copies.
  7. lets play with the foose caddy

    Impressive! I especially appreciate the photo showing the underside of all that work.
  8. I'd happily tackle multi-piece bodies of otherwise unkitted cars. I've built a few without big problems.
  9. 1929 Model a Ford power unit

    Just wonderful. A real holiday gift for the rest of us.
  10. Model building is one of the last refuges in an increasingly toxic world; I hope we can keep the MCM forum a civil and pleasant place.
  11. My Year's Modeling in Review...

    Except for the incorrect rivet count, a real beauty.
  12. Cobra hot rod done

    That roof looks fine just sitting there, now that everything is painted.
  13. RRR Year in Review...

    Excellent group - my favorites are the belly tanker and the V8 rod.
  14. '61 Ranchero (Old 60's Custom Rescue)

    Great work! Strange how a glue bomb rescue sometimes can provide more motivation than a new kit. About the nose ... I'd be tempted to get away from the early Camaro look by giving it something like a mild Ferrari shark nose, building on the chin it already has, with the upper edge forward of the lower.
  15. Cobra hot rod

    I apologize and will attempt to delete this post if you weren't serious, but, here goes: From left, I call them Cobra Daytonish, wide Cobra, Cobra Bread Van and Cobra Crate. Couldn't resist including helper cat photo. Enjoy!