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  • Birthday 10/31/1972

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  • Location Mt Plesant SC
  • Full Name Mike Hall

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  1. plumnuts added a post in a topic Revell/GearZ contest entry   

    if she is doing this quality of work on her second model, she will be one to keep an eye on in the future.
    that clean of a build at no.2 I would love to see no.20 after she finds a few tricks and tips.
    very well done
  2. plumnuts added a post in a topic SR20 powered 180sx drift spec   

    I will join the very nice banwagon. I looked at the pic's very closley and was very impressed. I'm building a import at the moment and was starting to get burnt out ,but now I think I might have to go work on it some. thanks dude!
  3. plumnuts added a post in a topic 55 bel-air   

    yes the stance is lower. the kit comes with a lowered stance ,just wasent low enough for me.
  4. plumnuts added a post in a topic 55 bel-air   

    thanks for all the great comments guy's. the colors are a boyd's ice blue pearl and tamaya pure white with a house of color plue pearl over it. ( the hok pearl didn't pop in the pics) but over all I'm happy with the build.
  5. plumnuts added a topic in Under Glass   

    55 bel-air
    wanted to build a kit for the revell national. this is what I came up with.

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  6. plumnuts added a topic in Under Glass   

    50 ford truck
    built this one with the farmer handing his good ol' truck to his coming of age son, and the son starts the jurney
    to ruin his father's truck.(in his fathers mind)

    thanks for lookin..
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  7. plumnuts added a post in a topic how do you replicate wood   

    I have been happy with a technique tought to me a while back. lay down a coat of testers wood color. let dry and then a messy coat of clear orange. used it on a build called heavy chevy in this forum.
  8. plumnuts added a post in a topic 1932 Drifter   

    CRAZY JIM, I would have a hard time building a kit with out the pegasus wheel sleevs. this set looks like the pegasus set but the centers are from the revell eclips tuner kit. sanded off the ridge on the wheel and slid right in.
    SEEKER 589, the decal on the back came on the decal sheet in the kit. comes in black and white.
    set the car in the glass case at the local hobby shop today, we will see what happens....
  9. plumnuts added a post in a topic 1932 Drifter   

    yea mike no problem. first sprayed in gray primer,then sprayed wal-mart alluminum,
    then scuffed with scotch bright pad lightly.(not enough to go through the primer)
    then used black wash over the whole thing. I really like the way it turned out...
  10. plumnuts added a post in a topic 1932 Drifter   

    I'm glad you guys like the build. I wanted to do something different and it payed off. I really like this build.
    thanks for the feed back.
  11. plumnuts added a post in a topic 1932 Drifter   

    here are a few more pic's hope you like them.
  12. plumnuts added a topic in Under Glass   

    1932 Drifter
    went at this one with fast and furious tokyo drift in mind. the movie went with a mustang.
    I used a 32 5 window coupe. also went for a bare steel body (no paint) look.
    motor is a twin turbo V6 from a 300z kit and wheels are from revell tuner kit and sleeved
    the back wheel for a hot rod look. speakers from the hummer kit.

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  13. plumnuts added a post in a topic WORK BENCH SATURDAYS!!   

    how do you guys find anything? including a place to work.
    guess it dosen't matter as long as your having fun...
  14. plumnuts added a post in a topic 65 chevy impala   

    this is very nice. the realisim is great. keep it up.
  15. plumnuts added a topic in On The Workbench   

    hay guys, how you been? back at the bench with a kit I,v been eyeballin for a long time.

    got the stance right and a set of wheels that I like, made the backs a little deeper for the right look.

    cut the doors off and raised the rear fender wells to fit the rear tires.

    kicked out the straight six for a chev 350 with a few goodies.

    got the trunk open. now it's time to figure out the best way to hinge it. not alot to mount to on the body.
    but I like the challange.

    figured out the door hinge and tried a test color in the motor compartment, not sure about that.
    thats all for now, so enjoy and have fun.....
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