Chuck Most

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About Chuck Most

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  • Birthday 04/08/1982

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  • Location Central Michigan Wilderness
  • Full Name Most, Charles V

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  1. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Which kit is Better Part 2   

    The AMT's biggest appearance fault is the front and rear fasciae- they're just a tad wider than the body. Nothing a little sanding can't cure, just be careful to mount them nice and square and you should be fine. Just something to watch out for. 
  2. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Hi Gang! Remember me?   

    Remember? I might be reviewing that SC/Rambler article you did in that other mag some time ago for ideas on detailing the Johan kit I just nabbed a few weeks ago. 
  3. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Built in 1975 Custom Ford Van - StarTruk   

    Authentic '70's style. Bonus points on the Star Trek-themed murals. 
  4. Chuck Most added a post in a topic 1941 Lincoln Custom Conti (ambitious 4th Build )   

    Spark plug wires aside, that's a pretty nice effort for a fourth model. I think my fourth model was the first one I painted. 
  5. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Nobody wants to chat?   

    I used to be in chat all the time, but after having it pulled out from under us for the umpteenth time, and gone entirely for about two years, I just plain don't feel like bothering with this time. 
  6. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Model building season is coming to a end   

    There's a model building season? I've been building models out-of-season this whole time????

  7. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Revell vs. Aoshima Datsun 720, any reccomendations?   

    Big put-off with the Aoshima kit (for me) is the grille. Just looks weird- the opening is a bit narrow and the headlights are big. 
  8. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Show us your pick-up truck models!   

    Yep- Danbury Mint. I also own a 1:1 '47 (mine's a 1-1/2 ton though), so I'm also looking for another one to put under the knife. 
  9. Chuck Most added a post in a topic What kits did you miss ?   

    I was in the same boat back then too. 
    Another one I missed was the Ford F-150 Harley Davidson Edition from 2000, the one with the trailer and Dyna Glide. Never saw that kit on the shelves when it was current and didn't know it existed until about seven years later. Did manage to nab one yesterday.  But if I'd known about it back then I'd probably have ten of the things. 
  10. Chuck Most added a post in a topic What kits did you miss ?   

    Pretty much anything and everything by Johan. Wasn't even aware of them until I was about 12 (1994) and even back then it was a little too late. I've made amends by snapping up a few over the years since. 
  11. Chuck Most added a post in a topic just curious   

    That's not the date, it's a countdown timer for a bomb. RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
    But back to the matter at hand, no, I've never done a model to match the box art. It's temped me- there are times when I couldn't decide on a color and thought "well, it looks good in that color on the box, why not?". But so far I've never gone ahead with that idea.
  12. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Altered wheelbase...why?   

    This. You have to remember those guys were rocketing down the 1320 on rock-hard bias ply tires, for one thing. You needed all the help you could get. 
  13. Chuck Most added a post in a topic Scout Terra Photos   

    Almost looks like they borrowed the old ex-Goodyear Trackers from Monogram, does it not?  That aside, it looks to be pretty nicely done. 
  14. Chuck Most added a post in a topic 1952 Fabulous Hudson Hornet   

    The only thing I don't like about it is that it's not on MY display shelf. Very nicely done, sir. 
  15. Chuck Most added a post in a topic 1953 Hudson Hornet   

    Thanks, guys. I had a blast building it, and I'm fairly happy with the result, so I'd pretty much be forced to call it a success.