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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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  • Location
    Bowie, MD
  • Full Name
    Ronald Hamilton

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  1. Moebius 66 Ford F100 Pickup preview

    I would rather have the mouldings be separate chrome parts.
  2. I'm watching "Texas Metal" as I am writing this . You are doing an excellent job. I love the wheel and tire choice. I have a 72 under way, where I shortened the bed. I'm leaning more towards a simpler model, utilizing mostly kit parts. After looking at your build, I have to get back to mine.
  3. Moebius 66 Ford F100 Pickup preview

    I started on my build, and removing the mouldings was the first thing I did. It's not too difficult, but it is not for the faint of heart, as they are thick. It is going to be a "day two" truck, with a V8 engine. The 6 is going into a 70 4x4 Custom, as a lot of them were equipped that way.
  4. What's In The Box, BMW 2002 tii

    That is some excellent work, but it costs more than the original kit. If you want a motor, you have to pay the freight.
  5. MPC 1967 GTO Kit

    I have both a hardtop that I built almost 30 years ago, and a Modelhaus Resin Convertible. They are both in the basement collecting dust. I had planes to do a more accurate 67 using a Revell 66, as I have never been satisfied with the detail in the windshield area on the MPC. I built my first one Xmas 1966, when I got the GTO and the Corvette.
  6. Kaufman Falcon Tribute

    Very nice work!!!!
  7. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    I saw a one -to-one Wednesday night on the highway. Sweet car!
  8. 1963 Plymouth Fury (Jo Han)

    Wow!
  9. Anyone Up For A 1964 Valiant Convertible?

    Go get em Tom. I rebuilt a 64 hardtop several years ago using the same technique. I have a 65 Barracuda to restore, and I may slip a Duster Chassis under it.
  10. Round2 1963 Cheverolet Impala Re-Release

    I have several 63 Impala SS kits from both AMT and Revell, including an AMT 63 annual that I hope to restore. It was never painted nor sanded, but was built as a mild kustom. I was successful in removing most of the kustom scoops from it. I'm torn between building it as a replica stock or a street machine. I plan to do two as Z11 drag racers, as I bought 2 MCW Impala interior kits, and decals to do Malcolm Durham's and Dave Strickland's cars. The AMT 62 Bel Air Chassis works well with little modifications.
  11. 2019 Round2 Car Kit Releases

    Exactly. I want to do a 65 or 66 GM full size 4 door hardtop. If a new kit doesn't come out in the next couple of years, I may do one myself. I'm not restricted to Chevrolet though. Also, I would like to do a 65-6 Ford Galaxie or Mercury Marauder 4 door hardtop. My grandma had a 65 Galaxie 4 door hardtop that I would love to do a build of.
  12. Got a new daily ride yesterday!

    Very Nice! That will wake you up in the morning.
  13. 2019 Round2 Car Kit Releases

  14. '65 Fury. Back on the Bench.

    They did have the same backs, and I have those kits, but no cushions or seat backs. I can put an engine together from what I have.