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  • Birthday November 30

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    Wayne Sauchuk

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  1. The steering wheel is amazing Steve . I really enjoy your posts, especially seeing each detail built up into a model of its own .
  2. There was a Revell 1/25 Nomad w/similar features as the video buildup (open doors etc.)
  3. Thank you JC for the torsion bar lesson. Your solution is beautiful !
  4. That would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance 👍
  5. Very realistic work on the torsion springs, a detail I have made a few futile attempts at replicating.🤷🏻‍♂️
  6. Beautiful build Steve. Ed’s p/u body is so much more accurate than the Revell and AMT versions and you did a wonderfully clean buildup with very nice paint. 👍
  7. Looking great as always JC. When I read the title I immediately thought of this gasser Shelby,(even tho it’s a ‘68)
  8. Congratulations Claude! Each one of your salt flat builds tops the previous. Excellent attention to detail and beautiful rendering of your vision. Absolutely love it!
  9. Outstanding Claude ! You have a beautiful touch with Bonneville/dry lakes cars.
  10. Amazing build Steve, easily one of the top handful of replica stock builds that I’ve ever seen anywhere. Congratulations!
  11. Does anyone know if changing the 1965 Riviera chassis/motor for the much superior 1966 would be prototypically correct?
  12. You did a very good job, I’m getting older now and my eyesight is suspect…..😎
  13. First of all, I love your weathering job on your truck. Not to be a wise guy But the cameo pickup bed and fenders were fibreglass and wouldn’t have rust stains, faded paint and cracked fibreglas however was really common. 🤷🏻‍♂️
  14. Very clean build, great paint . Nicely done Mario
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