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dino246gt

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  • Birthday 08/19/1949

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    1/25th

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    Winnipeg, CANADA
  • Full Name
    Dennis Ezmerlian

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  1. Very cool project, I'm diggin' it!
  2. '32 Channeled Nailhead Roadster UPDATED 10/13/18

    I'm really diggin' the new tires and '40 dash and steering wheel, cool man!
  3. From the factory, 1959, El Catalina

    Many years ago my friend Jerry was building one in 1/25th scale. I don't think he ever finished it though. Looks pretty cool!
  4. Revell 1970 Dodge Charger Hemi R/T in F8 Green

    Beautiful color and your work on it looks so neat and clean, I love it!
  5. 60 Chevy El Camino conversion

    This is a cool project, and it's looking good so far. Nice idea with the tail gate, is it dry yet??? I wanna see it!
  6. Scout almost finished, outdoor lighting makes it look better.
  7. galaxie limited chevrolet cars 1948/1947

    They are very nice kits, while there may be some inaccuracies, parts are clean and crisp. I built mine as a hot rod, so nothing bothered me. Interior is easily detailed to look really good! And the trunk is easy to open. New decal sheet and wood side trim is the only difference from the original, which can be added or ignored, they're totally separate, I "ignored" mine.
  8. Here it is, just for YOUR viewing pleasure

    Yeah that Caddy does look good, and something John T. would build, if he didn't build that! The roof and coves are nicely integrated, dual rear axles, meh. The GTO is not so good, no not good at all! My opinions only, others may vary!
  9. Michael, I install those little wires before assembly, then try to keep them out of the way during test fits, but finally once I actually marry the chassis to the body, they get tucked into wherever I wanted them to go. They are tiny and do require paint touch ups once things are together, so when I finally have all the stuff together, I go in an touch up everything, it's not easy for me to keep things neat and clean during assembly. This hasn't been done yet to my Scout. I'm building this not as a factory original, but one that maybe was once discarded, discovered and rescued, using available parts, as so many of the real ones were saved.
  10. 37 Ford Pick UP

    I like what I see so far!
  11. 1/24 aoshima Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4

    Cool! And black on black sure looks sweet!
  12. 1:12 Tamiya Datsun Z432

    Oh man, this is so cool, I love your scratch building! And those lines and clamps look so real!
  13. I started adding things underhood. Still need to scratch build (SB) a hood latch, throttle linkage, and a few other small goodies. Then I can clean up all the errant paint and add a bit of "grime":
  14. Those Rallye rims are resin from Bob Dudeck, I THINK, it was years ago. Maybe Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland has them?
  15. The Revell one might be a 1969, but it's SO much better!