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bryan_m

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About bryan_m

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 10/18/1966

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24th

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    Lost in America
  • Full Name
    Bryan Mccallum

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  1. very nice mike! very nice indeed! cheers bryan
  2. wow! the paint looks so deep, be careful you dont fall in! nice work so far, this is lookin really good.....49 mercs are my fave. cheers bryan
  3. oh man! that looks sharp......keep it goin cheers bryan
  4. yea Ray, i like to live dangerously.......LOL bryan
  5. I finally managed to finish cutting one door open just sitting here watchin tv......its till a bit rough, needs some serious cleanup and a jamb started.. sorry for the grainy pics, the lighting in my living room sucks! i also cut open the trunk, more to come guys, stay tuned cheers bryan
  6. excellent work bill! looking forward to more cheers bryan
  7. very cool! gotta love wagons! cheers bryan
  8. now that i clicked on the thumbnails......you nailed it. thats lookin great, not that it wasnt before......but now i saw it in greater detail. once i started building weathered/rusty stuff there was no goin back to shiney........i havent built a shiney car in years....to me weathered is much more fun to work on, but i still like seeing those shiney cars! cheers bryan
  9. thats lookin good! salt works great, i use it all the time.......so does hairspray, and believe it or not......silly putty! i usually just rub the salt off with a soft brush and some warm water right after the paint has "flashed" it will give it that "peeling" look, there will be actual flakes of paint barely hangin on.....but im impatient, LOL keep up the good work, youre doing great! cheers bryan
  10. my buicks were just skylarks, nothing fancy. one of them was actually a "special" same thing as skylark, just different badging. my fave buick from the 60`s tho.......love that rear bumper, and the sweeping line down the side. cheers bryan
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