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  • Birthday 02/15/1952

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  1. 68 Mustang 2+0 Short Wheelbase - DONE!

    great cutting work,looks like it came right out of the mold...
  2. 1959 "Wild Cad" Custom

    she is just drop dead gorgeous John...
  3. casting parts

    what silicone do you use from these companies that are best for parts... the other thing is that I use 1:1 silicone,it's much easier for me...
  4. I've been using smooth-on silicone to make molds for casting hard to find small parts... does anyone do casting and what do you use...thanks
  5. Still slicing and dicing

    that's some serious slicing skills...
  6. 41 Willys - final update 5/24

    I like the frame,is it stock or did you add to it...
  7. glue tip haedening

    no this is the tip that is on the bottle and you have to snip the tip...
  8. any tips on keeping the super glue tip from sealing,after awhile I always have to clean the tip either with a pin or a drill bit,it's really gotten old...thanks
  9. potvin supercharger

    thanks for all the info,I'm planning a steampunk build using an allison engine and trying to add the supuercharger...
  10. potvin supercharger

    that would be even better...thanks
  11. any suggestions as to what kits,if any,came with the potvin supercharger...thanks
  12. Bored

    really nice job on the headers,what type and size solder did you use...
  13. Mad Max Gigahorse

    steve you have some crazy mad mad mad scratch skills,one question...how in the heck did you cut the hex rod,to make the nuts,so dang even!?
  14. Which 62 Chevy kit

    coulters books are great ref material
  15. 1950 Oldsmobile - Curtis Turner @ Daytona Beach

    very cool,nice job...it's nice to see some old school nascars instead of the cookie cutter cars that race today...