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Ron Hamilton

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About Ron Hamilton

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 11/20/1956

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    Bowie, MD
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    Ronald Hamilton

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  1. AMT '67 Mustang Mach 1 concept

    I have a lot of hoods without models to go with them. I believe that I have one. If not, I know where I can get one.
  2. AMT '67 Mustang Mach 1 concept

    As I wrote earlier, that is one nice build of that car. Last year, I made several attempts to get a buildable Mach 1, as it was one of my grails, but the pricing of the acceptable kits and restorable models were out of reach pricewise for me, So I am going to convert the un-built "Iron Horse" variant of this tool that I have to as close to a "Mach 1 as I can get. It wont have the script on the rear quarters, but I have a couple of sets of Appliance "Apache" mags, and I can move the fuel fillers from the deck to the sail panels. I even think that I can fake the side windows.
  3. BMW M635Csi - Fujimi

    I built one of those when the kit was new. Very nice kit.
  4. 1960 Chevrolet crewcab

    You and my Dad. I don't blame you. It looks great. Let's just say it has not gotten dirty yet.
  5. 1/25 Lindberg '66 Chevelle Super Sport

    I like the look of the Lindberg/AMT 66 Chevelle SS396. The shortcomings mentioned about the kit details are not a deal breaker to me for my purposes. Years ago, I made an attempt to convert a Revell 67 into a 66, by cutting up a Monogram 66 Race car and grafting the parts onto the 67. It looked pretty good until the heat of the sun on a 90 degree day melted the glue joints. I did this around 1990 before I discovered using super Glue and baking soda. Of course I scrapped the thing, but I acquired and still have the Excellent Shawn Carpenter 66 SS396 resin trans kit. I am keeping this one, as I plan to do it as another 66 hardtop, and I am going to take the other Lindberg 66 Chevelles I have and do some conversions with them.
  6. 1958 Ford, Corrected Stance.

    You do wonderful work Steve.
  7. Same here. I can't wait for the 65 and 66 versions. I would love to see a 67 and 68.
  8. 1960 Chevrolet crewcab

    Fantastic, but too clean. We need some mud and dirt on that baby.
  9. My VW Westfalia

    I have been trying to figure out what color to paint mine. It was moulded on orange. I'm thinking metallic beige with a cream roof, dark brown stripes and a Brown tweed interior with light wood cabinets. The White looks good.
  10. I glad to see what one looks like when it's built. I have had one since the kit first came out. I never built it. Maybe I will now. Thanks.
  11. Amt 66 Falcon long shot

    That is a 68. Shares virtually nothing with the 66 body or interior wise.
  12. An accurate 69 Cuda

  13. AMT '67 Mustang Mach 1 concept

    That looks great!
  14. 1967 Chevy Biscayne 4dr

    It is actually a 68 Buick le sabre pursuit car. I can see the side marker lamp, the side sculpture, and the roof line.