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About dino246gt

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 08/19/1949

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    Winnipeg, CANADA
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    Dennis Ezmerlian

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  1. 1961 Chevrolet Impala SS 409

    Just save that picture and resize it accordingly, print on regular paper, cut and glue on black filter, I do it all the time with batteries:
  2. Stacked Workbench

    My bench is always filled with multiple projects...............some of them even get finished!
  3. Koenig Mercedes 500SL

    I really love how you add so many little extras that would hardly ever be noticed, but YOU know they're there, and we know it too, sweet!
  4. Tamiya Aston Martin DBS

    I love this kit, here's my chassis, a bit simplified but it still looks good, some details picked out with paint and Sharpies:
  5. AMT '62 Corvette

    It's looking very good, especially for an old tool, great what you did for the transmission mount and the colors look excellent together, also the rims and tires are cool. nice build!
  6. AMT 1968 Roadrunner

    Purple shift knob is a cool touch!
  7. Fujimi 1/24 Lamborghini Gallardo

    Looking good! I did one years ago, here it is:
  8. Convertible Up-Tops?

    Steve, that Chrysler is so awesome, and the uptop is a big part of that, it just looks so cool!
  9. 1956 Vicky.

    It looks so nice stock and well detailed, great model!
  10. AMT ‘59 El Camino

    That looks very cool, nice choices, wheels, stance, color, bike, nice display piece!
  11. Datsun 1600 (510) SSS Pro Touring

    I really like that!
  12. 1968 SS 396 Chevelle

    Looks so cool already, love the open trunk with underside detail, nice! Also I never thought of detailing the chassis still on the sprue, good idea.
  13. 1967 Ford Galaxie XL, 1/30.

    Wow, that inside foil and headliner, oh man, that's really nice! Don't forget sunvisors! What an amazing build!
  14. Eldorado Brougham, Foose?

    Did a little work on the engine, and got it and the chassis installed, so far so good! Oh but there's not much clearance to the hood, so I'll have to scratch an engine cover, should be fun! It's ALL fun, always, cheers!
  15. Eldorado Brougham, Foose?

    I made up some pretty cool wheels, believe it or not, the whitewall inserts from AMT's '34 Ford fit the backside of the Foose tires. I painted the Foose rims gold, then glued the whitewalls to them, smoothed the centers, added decals, chrome rings and filled with clear canopy cement. I drilled out the chrome headlights, man I hate chrome headlights! Especially when trying to drive at night! LOL