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Ron Hamilton

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  • Birthday 11/20/1956

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    Bowie, MD
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    Ronald Hamilton

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  1. 1/25 Revell Cadillac Escalade

    Revell made a kit of the Escalade EXT. Maybe a ESV can be made using the rear roof section from the Escalade kit, some plastic rod and some clear styrene for the side Windows.
  2. 1970 Buick GS

    Yeah Baby!!
  3. 64 Ford Country Sedan wagon.

    Very nice!
  4. Revell 1970 Dodge Charger Hemi R/T in F8 Green

    I like what I see so far.
  5. 1963 Mustang II

    I saw the real one at Fords at Carlisle several years ago, and I don't remember the interior being that bright. It was a more subdued medium metallic blue. Maybe it was restored.
  6. Kit bashing a 1961 Corvette from two Revell kits

  7. 1975 Plymouth Road Runner

    Road Runner! The coyote's after you! Road Runner! If he catches you, you're through!
  8. 1969 Ford Galaxie GT

    Keith Marks was doing the 69 Ford XL GT stripes. I had a set to my convertible, but it cracked up, so I did it as an XL. Missing Link Resin does the wheelcovers you need. You will have to modify the centers to be accurate.
  9. Revell 66 Shelby cobra

    Very nice work!
  10. AMT 1969 Corvair engine

    I have a deconstructed 66 Corsa in the base2. I may whack the roof off and do a model of a car my boss owned. A Marina Blue Corvair Corsa Convertible. It depends on how well it cleans up.
  11. 1960 Chrysler Imperial. 9/25. Out of Foil!!

    That is quite handsome.
  12. Trumpeter Bonneville

    When I built my Trumpeter 60 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible, I had the interior from the hardtop kit cast in resin, and modified those parts to fit in the convertible. I redid the rear seat to fit. It took a little time but it worked for me. I had to do it. My dad had a triple red 60 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible. I built a model to replicate his car, except for the Modelhaus 62 Pontiac 8 lug wheels and Satco Firestone Deluxe Champions, which I used on my build to replace those horrible parts supplied by Trumpeter. I have a hardtop in my collection to build. I have not decided on the color combination. Also I am rebuilding an AMT hardtop that's currently in primer. I only wish that I had gotten my hands on a Modelhaus Resin Vista Hardtop roof. I would have loved to turn that Trumpeter hard top into a four door.
  13. 1/25 AMT '65 Chevy II Hardtop

    I love this thread. I have quite a few "box" Novas in my collection waiting to be done, an AMT 62 Convertible, a Trumpeter 63 SS hardtop, an AMT 63 SS Convertible, where I used the 66 Nova Chassis and Running Gear, and a scratch built custom interior, a 65 AMT Craftsman SS Hardtop, and a Rat Packer. I am going to have a couple of the Trumpeter 64 and 65 Novas. I am hoping that they do a bone stock 65 Nova 100 Sedan with a 6 Cylinder. If not, I'll convert the race car. One of my neighbors friends had one when they were new. Boy, was that a cheap car. Very Spartan. Did not even have backup lights. Good fodder for a race car though.
  14. 1957 Thunderbird.

    I have always thought a nice build could be made from that kit. I have one of those that has been in my collection for 30 years untouched. Your build is an inspiration for me to do mine in the near future.
  15. Revell 1968 Chevelle

    I cannot afford a case of 68 SS396, but I plan for at least 3. One for a hardtop, one for a convertible conversion, and one to keep for a later build.I already have the hardtop planned out. And it will have a few mods to be done my way. I may have to get some plum paint. I liked that color. I almost bought a 68 SS396 in that color with white stripes and interior, but it was ridden hard and put away wet.