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Sixties Sam

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  1. Looks great! I like the two-tone color scheme a lot! Sam
  2. Very nice, clean build! Sam
  3. Yes! I built that kit. It's not easy! Nice work! Sam
  4. Great build! The color is perfect! Sam
  5. Very nice, clean build, Jim. Your builds are always good! Sam
  6. I saw this 1937 Lincoln Zephyr coupe in a parade. I've never seen or heard of one before. Beautiful car - v-12 engine! Sam
  7. Great conversion work on this! It came out perfect! Sam
  8. Very realistic scene! Great work! Sam
  9. Very nice model! I like the color. Sam
  10. Great work! That engine bay looks totally real! Sam
  11. Wow! Very good work! Great details and finish! Sam
  12. Very cool models! Great details and finishes. Sam
  13. Very nice work on this! Revell needs to make a kit like this. Sam
  14. Beautiful model! Very clean and well-finished! Nice work! Sam
  15. Super nice model! Looks like a 32 should! Sam
  16. Excellent work! Great finish and detail! Sam
  17. Very nice! I like the orange color. Sam
  18. I bought that truck kit at Ollie's Bargain Store about three years ago, and couldn't decide what to do with it. Then I found the tractor kit and the idea came together! It's neat how one model can inspire another build or diorama! Sam
  19. Very nice build! Looks good in black. I like simple kits like that. My first AMT kit was a '58 Imperial convert, back in 1958! Sam
  20. Here's something different. I built this Lindberg Dodge L-700 tilt cab truck, lengthening the frame and making it a flatbed. It hauls a Porsche diesel Junior 108 tractor from Revell Germany. The truck was a bugger to build. Nothing fit, and flash everywhere. Old tooling, I think. Opening doors - forget it. Steerable wheels - forget it. The cab does tilt. The bed is balsa and scored basswood siding. The tractor is a very nice kit. Easy assembly, good fit on all the parts. I added a go-kart from the AMT '60 Chevy pickup kit. The combination is a nod to the Nittany Antique Machinery show held near my home town. It represents a guy on his way to the show with his restored vehicles. It was a fun build, but frustrating at times, but hey, that's our hobby!
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