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David G.

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About David G.

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 07/02/1964

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    Phoenix, AZ
  • Full Name
    David A. Gudzinas

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  1. Your weathering looks great! You've really nailed the "Thousand and one details". David G.
  2. It's time for another update! OK, the weathering is done. I also added some additional detail items. I made a Plexiglas windscreen and affixed it to the front of the roll cage. I also added some padding to the back of the cage. It seems to me that a car like this should have a debris screen in front of the radiator, so I made one and installed it. With the engine assembled and installed, I noticed that the top of air cleaner was sitting level with the hood when it should be sticking up through the hole in the hood. So I made an extension to lift it to a more appropriate height. Now it's time to sort out the body and get it painted. Thanks, everybody! David G.
  3. Well done. Nice mud effect. David G.
  4. David G.

    Batmobile

    Wow! You're right I have never seen so many fish eyes in one paint job. What a bummer. David G.
  5. Thank you JC! -D- The chassis is mostly finished and the body seems like it will line up well enough. Except that the air cleaner is supposed to stick up through the hole in the hood more than it does. Time for yet another adjustment. With the chassis sitting sitting squarely on all fours, it's time for some weathering... ... and maybe some more added detail. As always, thanks for taking the time to look and please feel free to comment. David G.
  6. David G.

    Batmobile

    It looks like a burning ember! David G.
  7. Wow Jaroslav, It breaks my heart to see this. Some people have such little regard for the work of others. David G.
  8. Thank you Bob, and thanks for sticking around for this one. -D- It may not look like much of an update, but this is actually a couple of hour's worth of work for me. Looks like the drag link is missing from this pile-o-parts. When you can't find the missing link, you make your own. That looks like it should work. Uh, yeah. More modifications, I guess. Luckily, this part will be easy. As always, thanks for taking the time to look and please feel free to comment. David G.
  9. Wow! That is an amazing amount of work. Thanks for taking the time to share it with us. David G.
  10. Unfortunately, just like every other group we do have our share of trolls. There are fewer than most other groups but they are here. I guess that some people just aren't happy unless they're unhappy. David G.
  11. Most interesting. I'll certainly be watching this one. David G.
  12. I always enjoy following your work Bill. I'll certainly be along for the ride on this one. David G.
  13. David G.

    68 Charger

    An awesome looking fleet! David G.
  14. Beautiful paintwork, love the color. David G.
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