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    Chris Dunlap

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  1. Great Traders List

    Completed a trade with Renegade (aka Terry Schmalriede). Great to work with. Smooth transaction.
  2. 69 Charger Back Seat

    I am looking for a back seat from a Revell 69 Dodge Charger. It is different than the 68 or 70. I've attached a picture to show what the upholstery pattern looks like. Thanks, Chris
  3. Revell 68/69 Charger Bodies

    I have gotten back to working on some Dodge Charger projects and in need of the body shells for a 68 and 69 Dodge Charger. In the past Newt’s Boneyard could help with that but I know that is now defunct. Is there anyone doing what Newt’s Boneyard used to do? Could anyone help me track these parts down? Thanks, Chris
  4. Fall Guy Grille

    Does anyone make the grille from the Fall Guy kit in resin? Thanks, Chris
  5. Hey Guys, No major updates to report. I'm redoing the gas tanks. The frame needs to be straightened. I got repops of the tires from the Revell Tomb Raider Rubicon from Maa's Resin. I'm might go with the conventional route to lengthen the bed (I'm hoping to open the secret compartment). The resin bed is from Resin Motor Replicas but it may not work for me. I've got many other things going on. I do hope to,return to this project soon. Thanks for the interest. Chris
  6. 1/16 Mopar parts?

    Does anyone make a 727 auto tranny or stock intake manifold in 1/16 for the MPC General Lee? Thanks, Chris
  7. '70 Dodge Charger Conversion

    Missing Link has a nice conversion--body, interior, grille/bumper and tail light panels--with the option to build it standard or R/T. The quality of their stuff is top notch. Chris
  8. Coyote - Hardcastle & McCormick - kit re-build

    You're pretty brave to make the corrections to that body! I've been working on a Coyote build myself. I stumbled onto this website: http://public.fotki.com/Rockinroller/plastic/hardcastle--mccormi/ I used all the pictures for reference. I made a few changes (e.g. different seats due to availability, differences in assembling scratch-built elements). Good luck on the build! Chris
  9. Quick update. Finished the dash/doghouse. Scratched the radio. Drilled holes for cup holders! Few switches to the right of the gauges. Little bit of bare metal to dress it up.
  10. Thanks for the compliments and encouragement. The plan for the hinges is that once I get them positioned, I'll solder them to a larger piece of brass and glue that to the body. These vans are like "rolling" dioramas. It's hard not to open them up. I just hope I can pull it all off. My goal is to have it done for NNL East in April. Chris
  11. Here are some updates on my van. Here are the brass hinges I made for opening the back doors: I scratchbuilt new leaf springs: I made skirts for the seats using masking tape and aluminum foil. I also added pedestals to mount them: More work on the dash and doghouse. Putty, sand, prime, repeat. Here are the door panels with arm rests. I am using the back side of Plastruct tread plate for the interior diamond pleating. Thanks for looking, Chris
  12. My user name: I'm a pastor so the "rev" is for Reverend (Rev.) and shag is from an old nickname as in Shaggy from Scooby-Doo. My appetite used to resemble Shaggy's. My avatar is the 2010 movie version of the A-Team van. I put it up as motivation as that is my current project. Chris
  13. Just a little update. Got some paint on some of the interior bits (lots of semi-gloss black!) Mocked up the interior: Chris
  14. 3D-printed 1/24 scale 15" Vector Wheel

    Chief those are amazing looking! What size wheel did this end up being? Thanks, Chris
  15. Hey Foxer, It was your build that actually motivated me to open the back doors. I'm going to try Jairus Watson's technique for building hinges. http://www.modelcarsmag.com/door-hinges/ Chris