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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. Off Road Off Topic

    So, I'm thinking that the wheels weigh almost as much as the Jeep. I wonder how many Gallons per Mile he gets. David G.
  2. Celebrity Crushes?

    One of mine, Claudia Black. David G.
  3. Seriously??

    Same here. It seems that he takes the unique character of a classic vehicle and smooths it all away. Kind of sucks the soul right right out of it. David G.
  4. AMT 1965 Lincoln Continental

    Super nice! Excellent color choice. David G.
  5. '66 Buick Riviera

    Nicely Done! David G.
  6. Space Rod 32

    Very Cool! David G.
  7. My models

    Beautiful work Marcel. Each one is fantastic! David G.

    Beautiful! Excellent color choice, great detail work. David G.
  9. 1978 Pacer Recon

    Well, you learn something new every day. Thanks for posting the link Greg. David G.
  10. 71 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy Five

    That is sweet! David G.
  11. 1978 Pacer Recon

    OK, I thought that I was going to finish this one last weekend but I ran into some complications. The body to chassis fit on this one has been wonky since the beginning. After installing the glass, the fit became downright troublesome. In the meantime, I'll post some photos while I try to decide how I want to deal with this. While I was struggling to get the chassis mated to the body, there were a couple setbacks. The windshield shifted and messed up the foil work on the surround and the front roll pan detached from the body. Here's the other side of the problem. With the wheels squarely on the ground, on this side, the chassis doesn't go all the way up into the body. I'm considering two possible solutions. First one is to disassemble the whole shebang and try to figure out where the windows interfere with the fit and see if they can be trimmed back far enough to allow for a proper fit. My main concern here is one of doing more harm than good. Option two is to place some sort of trim (side pipes, running board, stone guard or something) on the body to to cover up the problem. I'm leaning toward the second option. I am rather pleased with the interior though. Lots of techie weapon thingies, but not too much. I think I can still pull this off. After all, solving problems is one of the main aspects of our hobby. As always, thanks for taking the time to look and please feel free to comment. David G.
  12. Let's see your TV and movie cars!

    First is the Batman Forever Batmobile Next is the Time Machine DeLorean from Back to the Future. And finally a Gotham City police cruiser from 1989's Batman. David G.
  13. 1957 Chrysler 300C

    Nicely done! David G.
  14. '57 Ford Del Panel

    Smooooth and deadly! David G.
  15. Revell 1960 Chevy

    It does now Gene! Thanks. Joe, I still don't know why I stuck with it all this time. I think, maybe the more time and effort one throws into a project, the more difficult it is to walk away from it. David G.