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Classic Plastic

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About Classic Plastic

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    MCM Regular
  • Birthday 04/20/1956

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    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/24th & 1/25th

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    80005
  • Full Name
    Kevin Meyer

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  1. Thanks for the great comments gang! Lee- Nice catch on the engine color! I will have to do better research on my builds next time. B.T.W. great job on your engine detailđź‘Ť
  2. Hey all! This is a Revell kit I built a few years back after a long pause. I took about 2 months to complete. I just had to much going on in my life. One of the kits I'm most proud of. Thanks for looking! [
  3. Anders-Just saw this today. Super Sweet! Awesome inside and out! Great photos too! Thanks for sharing. I've always loved the Tri-chevys.
  4. Mike- Sorry, I did not. I do have some pix of similar headers from some Demo-Derby Cars. Hope this helps. Evergreen hollow tube, etc. available on a popular auction site. Look for assortment pack (#217).
  5. Thanks for the comments guys! Mike-I scratch built them from a couple different sizes of Evergreen tube.
  6. I found this in the local newspaper.... Do they even have newspapers anymore? FOR SALE: 53 Chevy Belair, Barn find with 115,000 actual miles, straight 6, 3-speed column shifter. Two new front tires. Some light surface rust. Currently a daily driver. $500 O.B.O. PHONE-800-666-6666 (After 5 p.m.) This is what it turned into. (Weekend Warrior) Metamorphosis: 53 Chevy Gasser 427 big block, 2 holley 4-barrel carbs, Hooker Headers, 4-speed Hurst floor shifter, straight axle, cragar rims all around. Drag Master drag slicks. Thanks for looking!
  7. WOW what a wreck inside & out! You did a fantastic job of weathering & rust work. Great imagination and detail. Well done sir!
  8. Awesome paint job King! Great subject and photography (love the background setting). You nailed it!
  9. Very nice work! Lovin those old stockers!
  10. Very clean! Super job on the vinyl top & BMF!
  11. Sweeeeeet.....very iconic car. Great job!
  12. Hey All! I have always loved all of the Novas in the 60's and 70's. When I saw this model from AMT on the shelf at the hobby shop, I just had to buy a couple. Paint is Testors "Metallic Blue" with a couple coats of clear. I also made some additions to my diorama, so it was a good place to take some photos. Thanks for looking. Comments always welcome.
  13. Hey Bob! That is a very good question. I will have to go back and look at the kit box & instructions. I.M.O. that was one of the coolest features of the car. Good catch! Thanks for your comments guys! They can only make me a better builder (I hope).
  14. I agree with you Steve! The carbs are very boxey looking. Maybe I should have dropped some extra coin and bought a resin version with more detail. But....still one of my favorite builds. It's now under glass. Thanks for the kind comments guys! P.S. Speaking of under glass... can you believe the cost of plastic display ca$e$ these days?!
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