1tim1

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About 1tim1

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  • Scale I Build 1:25 mostly

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  • Location Dalton, GA
  • Full Name Tim Hulsey

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  1. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Thanks! With my skill level it would probably be pretty hard to fill the lip on the sleeve down. If I had a lathe I could probably do it. I agree the staggered look would be awesome, but this is the next best thing for me lol. 
  2. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Thanks! The lighter tan is Duplicolor interior paint, color is desert sand with model master dark tan enamel for the darker color.  The dark tan is hand brushed. 
  3. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Headlights and tail lights. 


  4. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Just a little update on the progress. Interior is done, windshield is in. Engine  and exhaust is in. I ended up smoking the headlights and tail lights. 





  5. 1tim1 added a post in a topic My version of the Revell '29 Ford Model A   




    Thanks everyone!
  6. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Thanks!
  7. 1tim1 added a post in a topic My version of the Revell '29 Ford Model A   

    Thanks! These tires and wheels do not come in the kit. I had picked them up at a show for $1.00, they're supposed to be chrome but someone had stripped them, I painted them aluminum. I don't know what kit/kits have them but I believe they're from certain Revell kits. 
  8. 1tim1 added a post in a topic My version of the Revell '29 Ford Model A   





    Thanks all!
  9. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    I'm not sure how I will accurately paint the tail lights just yet. I'm kind of stalled from modelers block at the moment. I still have to paint the mirrors so I may try taping up all those little parts of the lenses. 
  10. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Thanks! Those cars from the 80's and early 90's are my favorites as well. Although I like all kinds and types. 
  11. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   

    Throwback from the early 90's lol. Yes they will clearly be larger, it makes the original 16" wheel a 19" in diameter. Also gives it quite a bit of back spacing which in theory wouldn't work on the front in real life but makes it look cool. 

  12. 1tim1 added a post in a topic Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible   







    Thanks everyone!
  13. 1tim1 added a topic in Under Glass   

    My version of the Revell '29 Ford Model A
    Painted with Testors one coat lacquer lime ice. Shaved door handles, shaved the body line that runs parallel with the trunk lid, molded in the firewall. Lowered the ride height as much as I could and used wheels from the parts box, not sure what the wheels were from. For the engine I used the carb set up and I wired the spark plugs, along with using photo etch wire looms. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. 





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  14. 1tim1 added a topic in On The Workbench   

    Monogram 1992 Ford Mustang GT convertible
    Been working on this '92 Mustang convertible. Got it painted in Dupli-color Cayman green, an original Ford color. Got clear on and it's polished. Most of the engine is assembled, I drilled out the kit distributor and wired it. Lowered the rear suspension and still working on the front for the ride height. For the wheels I used the kit wheels and sanded them down until they fit into the 19" Pegasus sleeves. I used bare metal foil in the headlight buckets, it's kind of rough but I'm still fairly new to using BMF. That's about all I have done for now, I'll get more posted as I get more done. 




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  15. 1tim1 added a post in a topic FORD 1951 COE wrecker custom   

    Very unique looking truck! I think it looks great!