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  • Birthday 08/19/1949

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    Dennis Ezmerlian

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  1. I like it, a lot! Cool idea, wheelbase, roof, it's all a matter of personal taste, so some would do it a bit differently, but I think ALL customs are that way, some love em, some don't, I love this!
  2. I already commented once, but I have to say, this is one of my all time favorite builds from anywhere! Fantastic, tasteful, and skillfully done, LOVE it!
  3. I don't blame you for building 2 of those fabulous Tamiya kits, I built one and what a fun kit, everything fits so nicely, and your paint jobs, WOW! Beautiful builds you've done, cool.
  4. Beautiful build of a rarely seen model, great!
  5. I have a lot of the old R&R resins, they can be worked, the worst part is around the windows. Take you time and have fun with it and it'll end up being a real eye grabber. When's the last time you saw one of those on a model table????
  6. Great work so far, we should never fear cutting a model apart, it always goes back together, somehow! (or gets put back in the box for another couple of years) LOL This is how my '41 Lincoln get started!
  7. I love what you've done to this cool model already, can't wait to see more, it's fantastic and it's all stuff we can use for any number of vintage kits! Cool!
  8. This model is so cool, great work, keep us posted!
  9. Those wheels are the BEST!!! Awesome projects too, '32s are the coolest!
  10. I love it, as I "plan" (dream) to do this too, actually the '63 Plymouth, which as far as a kit goes is pretty much the same. I already used the Lindberg Dodge to do a resin '64 Belvedere, and an original JoHan, '63 Dodge. If you can find Jason Heibert's article on the '62 Dodge he did, I'm sure that would be helpful, his work is amazing! Cheers, have fun, and keep us posted with progress pics!
  11. Wow, that's gorgeous, love it!
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