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jjsipes

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About jjsipes

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 10/06/1977

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    1/24-1/25

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  • Location
    Westminster, MD
  • Full Name
    Jason Sipes

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  1. Joe Weatherly Pontiac

    Looks great. Love these kits. Have the Pearson one in progress and have 3 more in the quest to do. Thanks for sharing. The biggest issues I have seen is the fitment of the windows and grille. Looks like yours went together pretty good.
  2. David Pearson 1961 Pontiac

    Need some help identifying some associate sponsors. Looking at the 1961 World 600 Winner
  3. David Pearson 1961 Pontiac

    Next up the beautiful set of decals from Powerslide
  4. David Pearson 1961 Pontiac

    Made headlight covers and had to trim some of the kit headlight buckets to get it close to reference pictures. Grille didnt fit well, had to modify the fender lip and ground out some on top of bumper where it wraps around the corner. Made an overflow and filler neck from aluminum tubing and used the kit supplied taillight covers. Windows just set in place for now to double check the fitment. Had to work on window channels, front and rear, to get windows to fit better.
  5. David Pearson 1961 Pontiac

    It's been a while since I painted it but, I'm pretty sure it was Dupli-color Autumn Maple Met. I also used a darker red on some of the interior but do not recall what that was other than a Dupli-color. Then I used Tamiya Semi-Gloss clear on all of it.
  6. David Pearson 1961 Pontiac

    Since hearing about his death, I took to my model stash and dug this one out. I've had it in the works for a while now but, I haven't had much time to work on it. I made some time last night to work on it. Getting it closer to being completed.
  7. An accurate 69 Cuda

    Any updates?
  8. Was thinking about maybe building a model of the Destroyer that mu Grandfather was on during WW II. What's the opinion as to who has the best, most reasonable priced kit? Having never built a ship model before not sure about the kits themselves. Was looking at Revells Fletcher Class. Any opinions?
  9. Looking at getting this painted before winter and was wondering if anybody knew what color the car really was? I have seen pictures as Orange and some a Reddish Orange. One picture to me looks like Fords Calypso Coral would be close which I have left from airbrushing a '70 Boss 302.
  10. Moebius 65 Comet afx

    Beautiful. Not too many of these have been posted. I had built one box stock and it turned out great I think. Yours is a beauty for sure.
  11. 1970 Buick GS

    Got the body primed and painted today.
  12. Revell 1968 GTO

    Thanks guys. I am a Mopar man but, I do enjoy the styling of the GM A bodies. Wasn't really sure what the differences were in the 68 to 69 GTO's but, I just ordered one of the latest releases of the 69 GTO to see what's in it. My father was interested in the 68 until he seen it was a street machine so, I thought I'd ask. Maybe he will want the 69 with the 68 parts once he sees my kit I have coming.
  13. Has one ever made an up top for the Revell 72 Oldsmobile Convertible?
  14. Revell 1968 GTO

    Does anybody know how this kit is? Can it be built stock? Any pictures of kit contents?