gasdriverca

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About gasdriverca

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  • Birthday 12/15/1972

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  • Scale I Build 1/24

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  • Location Brantford,Canada

gasdriverca's Activity

  1. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Toronto Show Pics - Sept 27, 2009   

    Thanks man I would've been there but had work commitments!
  2. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Building Block / Mental Blocks........   

    When I get the old'block' i normally go on-line and read the forums or i go researching to get me going on future projects,I love the DTM cars so thats my thing.I go looking for photo's of the engine bays and interiors of the cars for future projects.
  3. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Detailing Question about the interior of an Opel DTM.   

    click on the link below the quote plus it wont let me upload anymore,theres not enough room <_<plus ance i posted it i realized it was an old post from '06 and thought no one would have noticed it.
  4. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Detailing Question about the interior of an Opel DTM.   

    which one is it your building the 'Bye Bye KeKe' or the 'Hasseroder/old spice'?
    calibra_cockpit1.bmp
  5. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Need help with a "possible" future project.   

    If you have an e-bay account go to the international sites click on Germany and they have the resin Manta's for about 30Euro ($38 or there about) but I cant remember the dealers name. hope that'll push you in the right direction my friend.
  6. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Opel Astra V8 (first build)   

    DTM all the way!!!WOOOP yeah I have that kit sitting on my shelf waiting to be done and yes I also thought it was an orange color.I have a couple of images from the car if you like?




  7. gasdriverca added a post in a topic Here's my first attempt at painting True Fire   

    No complaints there!!!I like the real fire effect,once thats sealed in with and polished it'll look better.