[[Template core/front/global/utilitiesMenu does not exist. This theme may be out of date. Run the support tool in the AdminCP to restore the default theme.]]


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


About RickArt

  • Rank
    MCM Regular
  • Birthday 06/30/1969

Previous Fields

  • Scale I Build

Profile Information

  • Location
  • Full Name
    Rickard Hedlund

Recent Profile Visitors

7,116 profile views
  1. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    Small update. A quick mockup with the engine/injector in place.. I just hope the front will fit / Rick
  2. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    ... The coilover and steering rack in place. Disc brakes from Detail Master. The progress so far. Next on the "to-do-list" : the rest and everything! Thanks for looking in / Rick
  3. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    Hi First uptade 2019, and tnx for all comments...I hope the updates on this one will get more freqent ahead. The chassie are now ready for assembly. Now starts the fun First out, the front suspention. I started to build the A-arms from stainless tubing and RB Motion rod ends, washers, nuts and bolts. I used photoetch chassies tabs from Futurattraction. Evergreen rod just to check the angle... Main parts for the coilovers. / Rick
  4. Bantam Fuel Altered - New pics 1-7

    Tim, everything concerning this project are just flawless and mindblowing!! I Love this build!!! Happy new year from Sweden! /Rick
  5. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    .. When I cut the doors open on the body it turned out exceptional bad and ugly. The doorgap was sooo uneven and rough. Some weeks agoe I got an idea how to fix this problem...that probably should work...bodyfiller and aluminumtape. I started to get the opening on the body as perfect as I could. I sanded the edges and curves smooth and made the opening just the way I wanted. Now I want the same shape on the door as on the opening...and all bodylines must blend in perfectly. I covered the thinn edge with aluminum tape all arround the opening. I mixed the bodyfiller/hardener and added a few drops of aceton to get the filler thinner. Then I applyed the filler on the aluminum tape and gently fixed the door in the opening. I let the filler cure about 1h before I removed the door from the tape. After some cleanup and sanding it was time to try it on. ...some minor adjustments required, but I think it turned out great... Thanks for looking in / Rick
  6. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    Hi all and thanks for all nice comments! Modeling going pretty slow here, but I stole some time to make some progress on this build. The regulator on this air bottle was made from small brass and aluminum tubing. This bottle are going to feed the shift system and Lenco airpods. Rear coilovers. I used the same method on this one as I did on my silver pro mod Nova. Airbrushed Koni yellow. ...
  7. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    Small update on this one...and thanks for all comments! Carbon tubs made from .020" Evergreen sheet. Mockup. Koni control box. / Rick
  8. 69 Camaro outlaw....

    Very nice build...I love it!!!
  9. What scale is your fantastic 32 Ford? Where can I get the tiny nuts and bolts you used?

    Thanks, I can only dream about getting even close to your skill.

  10. Pro Mod -63 Corvette

    Small update on this one. Burnout! The Revell 1/24 scale top fuel/funnycar slicks was a little bit oversized for the 1/25 covette body. Thanks for looking! / Rick
  11. 32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

    I knew about the fenders, but I didn´t want to put such small ugly fenders on this one. I also knew that an A/SR must have a passenger seat...but the disc brakes....hmm. Anyway, I will not rebuiltd that front suspention...trust me It´s a model...and I had a lot of fun building it. Thank u guys for all comments, I´m glad you like it!!! Thanks!!! / Rick
  12. 32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

    Problem fixed! Now we can all sleep well tonight. /Rick
  13. 32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

    Thanks guys Here is some of the parts I cast for this project. The firewall, frame horns, rear body fenders and steering gear will appear on my next rod...a 32 Tudor with a blown Ardun flatty Here´s a pic. showing the firewall buildup. B&W photo... /Rick
  14. 32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

    Finished! Hope u like it, and thanks for following this project the last eight years! /Rick
  15. 32 Ford A/SR - FINISHED

    Update. Here is some pics. of the last pieses. I made a new undercarrige for the seat, scratchbuilt from Evergreen rod. This one look better and more accurate. The steering wheel was stolen from Revells "Big John" 41 Willys kit. I masked the rim with Vallejos "Liquid mask" and then airbrushed the center with Alclad stailess steel. Tachometer decal from Slixx. Housing made from K&S alu tubing. The fire extinguisher. / Rick