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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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    http://www.daveag.com/
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    1/25

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    Phoenix, AZ
  • Full Name
    David A. Gudzinas

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  1. 32 Ford's

    Phil Dauphinee, Lots of great Deuces. love the orange Vicky with the opening hood. David G.
  2. RocketWagen

    Nice work so far. David G.
  3. Nice work on the weathering and the chassis swap works well. David G.
  4. 32 Ford's

    Thanks Túlio, I'm glad you like it! David G.
  5. AMC Hornet AMX

    Ah, a Volaire kit, of course! I was wracking my brain for a source for the flairs. That'll be the most challenging part of this project. Thanks for the tip. Is that Volaire kit still readily available? I do have it safely disassembled now and I'm making my parts list. Thanks again, David G.
  6. Revell's 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

    Here are some sunlit photos. A little improvement, but not much. Earlier I mentioned my "Outdoor Studio". Well, here it is! And last but not least- a photo of the Bug on the "Showroom Floor". Thanks,I hope it was worth the trip David G.
  7. Revell's 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

    Thanks everybody, I truly enjoy reading your comments and feedback. I plan to get some sunlit photos tomorrow. David G.
  8. AMC Hornet AMX

    One of my all-time favorite cars that I owned was a 1977 AMX Hornet. So of course, I've wanted to build one for some time. I recently found a suitable model from which to start. My goal is to turn this: Into this: (Not my photo) It's an old Jo-Han promo. It'll need some interior modification, so I'd like to disassemble it without breakage. I'm also considering using the body and mounting it to a suitable donor chassis, if there is one. At this point, I'm still very much in the research and planning phase- collecting parts and information. If there is anyone out there who has experience with these, I would be appreciative of any advice that you could offer. Thanks , David G.
  9. 68 VW HoverBug

    Nice progress so far. David G.
  10. HEAD HUNTER WILLYS

    Excellent work! Looks perfect in every way. David G.
  11. Revell's 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

    Coming from Revell of Germany, it's a Euro-spec Bug which in my mind explains the bumpers but not the headlights. If I remember my VW history correctly, the bumper over-riders were on the deluxe version which was the one shipped primarily to the States. Regarding the headlights, one of the many transitions for this car in 1968 was the change from a 6 to 12 volt electrical system which is when the sealed beam lamps came into use... I think. At least that's what I'm telling myself. Additionally, by flattened look of the hubcaps, the wheels on this one are the later era 4-lug when they should probably be the early 5-lug with the more dome-shaped hubcaps. To tell you the truth Túlio , I'm actually a bit flattered that you're paying such close attention to my work, thank you. David G.
  12. Revell's 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

    Thank you all for the kind comments you posted. I want to try to get some good outdoor photos this weekend, hopefully the weather and my schedule will cooperate. Thanks, David G.
  13. MPC 1973 Mustang Mach1

    That is suh-wheet! David G.
  14. `63 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia

    Nicely Done! David G.
  15. Revell's 68 VW Beetle

    Thanks Pat, your wish has been granted. This one is finished and can now be found in the Under Glass section. Thanks again to all of you who provided comments and feedback. David G.