Phildaupho

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About Phildaupho

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  • Website URL http://public.fotki.com/phildaupho/

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 & 1/25

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  • Location Victoria BC Canada
  • Full Name Phil Dauphinee

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  1. Phildaupho added a post in a topic 29 Ford channelled over Deuce frame - Under Glass   

    Completed and posted Under Glass January 11/16
  2. Phildaupho added a post in a topic 1929 Ford Roadster - Dan Gurney - Bonneville 1950   

    Here a couple of composite photos in black & white

  3. Phildaupho added a topic in Under Glass   

    1929 Ford Roadster - Dan Gurney - Bonneville 1950
    This model is a tribute to Dan Gurney’s first sanctioned competition drive in his friend Skip Hudson’s ‘29 Ford at Bonneville in 1950. If you want to learn more about the real car and model build details please see my On The Workbench posts
    http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/105810-29-ford-channelled-over-deuce-frame-under-glass/


    Briefly I channeled the Revell ‘29 Roadster over the kit Deuce frame. It now has a Model-A rear cross-member supporting a buggy sprung quickchange rear-end. The flathead engine is from the Revell ‘48 Ford Coupe with the three-carb set up and front cover from the ’32 Sedan. The blue is a blend of Testor’s enamels – Arctic Blue metallic and Pontiac Engine Blue. The interior is Tamiya Racing White and Flat Clear. The side numbers are hand painted acrylic flat white on clear decal film. The tonneau cover is painted masking tape. The license and club plaque are internet images. It appears license plates were much wider in 1950.
    I eventually plan to convert the model to street trim as it appeared on the first color cover of Hot Rod – April 1951.
     
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  4. Phildaupho added a post in a topic Barn Find! - '41 Plymouth Coupe Gasser   

    Very well done weathering on a car that looks to have been ridden hard and put away wet!!??
  5. Phildaupho added a post in a topic Maserati Birdcage Tipo 61   

    Fantastic recovery. Interior is incredibly well detailed and interesting.
  6. Phildaupho added a post in a topic 5 window coupe   

    Nice deuce coupe build from a great kit.
  7. Phildaupho added a post in a topic 32 Ford Roadster - Ferrari V-12 powered   

    Thanks everyone for your positive comments. I think I am getting better capturing red digitally. Next time hopefully my posted red models will look red from the start!!

  8. Phildaupho added a post in a topic 32 Ford Roadster - Ferrari V-12 powered   

    This photo was taken outside. I played around with camera settings and then made adjustments with Photoshop. This is as red as I could get it.

  9. Phildaupho added a post in a topic 32 Ford Roadster - Ferrari V-12 powered   

    Thanks Mitch. It is getting there. Under natural light the paint is very red but definitely has an orange hue which is more apparent under lights. It is kind of a dull day but I am going to try an outdoor shot and see how that looks.
  10. Phildaupho added a post in a topic Deuce Sedan "Old school but not same old same old"   

    A beautiful Deuce in all respects. You should consider a trip west in the summer and bring it to Deuce Days in Scale in Victoria July 24 - see link below.
  11. Phildaupho added a topic in Under Glass   

    32 Ford Roadster - Ferrari V-12 powered
    The DEUCERRARI [the model really is very red but I have always had trouble capturing red digitally even with adjustments]


     
    Over the years there have been a fair number of Deuces powered by Ferrari V12’s.
    My version combines parts mainly from three kits;
    -         Revell of Germany [Italeri] Ferrari 250 GTO – engine/transmission, wire wheels, exhaust, taillights
    -         AMT Phantom Vickie – cowl & Duval windshield, chassis and running gear
    -         Revell Rat Roaster – body, fenders and interior
    ENGINE – Built box-stock but did convert to wet sump and added an alternator
    CHASSIS & SUSPENSION – Lengthened frame about a scale foot and removed front horns. The rear lowered by cutting one coil. Have temporarily left of steering rod so front wheels can be posed.
    WHEELS & TIRES – The GTO kit comes with very nice three-piece wire wheels with three different outer rims. I used the deep dish on the rear and narrowed versions of the non-dished on the front. Tires are Revell Deuce kit no-name big and littles.
    BODY – Used Phantom Vickie cowl. I made the hood from two hoods, widening one and narrowing the other and then joining them towards the middle. A Ferrariesque hood power bulge was made from a sectioned airplane drop-tank. The hood sides were made from sheet styrene to which I cut in a couple of GTO vertical vents and filled with black mesh. Out back the Phantom Vickie roll pan and Rat Roaster rear fenders were added. The front fenders are widened versions from the Rat Roaster. The paint is Testor’s Red lacquer. The Ferrari emblems are from E.JAN. The side mirror and gas cap are from the GTO.
    LIGHTS - The longer headlight buckets are from the Revell ’37 Ford Pickup Street-Rod while taillights are from the GTO.
    INTERIOR – I like the Rat Roaster interior except for all the circles on the door and rear panels so they have been removed. Diamond pattern upholstery was used in many early Ferraris and of course bucket seats are very appropriate. I installed a Ferrari gated shifter housing and a steering wheel more in keeping with the over-all theme. The dash is from the Phantom Vickie with bare Metal Foil. Interior paint is Testor’s Fabric Tan lacquer.
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  12. Phildaupho added a topic in Under Glass   

  13. Phildaupho added a post in a topic Moebius '54 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe   

    Beautifully built Hudson. Looks wonderful outside.
  14. Phildaupho added a post in a topic Mercedes 300SL   

    Very realistic looking. Great to see one of these completed.
  15. Phildaupho added a post in a topic My version of the Revell '29 Ford Model A   

    Another very good looking and interesting personalized version of this great '29 kit. I really like your contemporary interpretation. The color works very well with the big diameter wheels and molded firewall.