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About am73grand

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  • Birthday 08/19/1972

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    Johnston, Rhode Island
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    Ron Lambert

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  1. 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

    This is a resin kit available from Gregg Wann. It's a complete kit right down to the tires and it allows you to build the '88-'89 version or the '90-'91 version. I was lucky enough to get two of them. I went to college in Memphis and remember seeing a few of these running around. They stood out because the fleet in Memphis was all Chevy. When I found the right decals at the local hobby shop I knew one was going to be from Memphis. Here's the interior: I added the interior spotlight handles: The car number 413 is my college girlfriends birthday. This will be going to her. I see now that the windshield has popped loose. I will have to fix that. Also Ronnie Keel mentioned my lightbar was sitting way to high. I will correct that at some point. This was a fun build that got me back into the swing of modeling. Hopefully I am able to continue building. Thanks for looking!!
  2. Here's on I'm working on. The lightbar is just sitting there. I swapped out the kit hubcaps for an aluminum set from Parts by Parks. It's almost done. I'll post pics in the under glass section when it's finished.
  3. I am beyond excited over this one!
  4. I'm really enjoying watching the process. Thanks for sharing! I'm learning a lot!
  5. Class 325 Chevy/Maxim fire truck

    This is coming along very nicely! The more I watch your builds the more I think I'm going to give brass a try!
  6. Rockford files 1977 firebird

    Looking good man!
  7. Class 325 Chevy/Maxim fire truck

    Thanks for the clarification. I may have to give it a shot on my next big rig frame. I've soldered brass before to make slot car chassis. I bet this is similar.
  8. Class 325 Chevy/Maxim fire truck

    That's some amazing work Charlie. Just out of curiosity. Why do you prefer a brass frame over plastic?
  9. That's some amazing work!!! Thanks for showing us how it's done!!!
  10. Class 325 Chevy/Maxim fire truck

    Looking good Charlie!
  11. '77 Ford Mustang II

  12. 71 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy Five

    That is beautiful! Nice work!
  13. 1973 GTO Street Machine, !FINISHED! 6/10/18

    Thanks everyone for the comments! It was a fun build!!! Larry, I built the tail lights from scratch, as the GTO ones are a little different from the Grand Am.
  14. This is a resin kit done by our own Doctor Larry. I made quite a few changes to the stock GTO such as the Laguna rear windows and '74 style grille lights. This was a fun build of my all time favorite car. I'll be doing a few more of this body style. You can check out the build here: This is the car that inspired me: And here is my build: After loading the pictures I noticed I forgot the upper radiator hose and the back up lights. I'll add those befor I put it in its case. Thanks for looking!!!!
  15. Rockford files 1977 firebird

    Really nice work so far. Your bodywork skills are amazing. Looking forward to more!