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DumpyDan

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About DumpyDan

  • Rank
    MCM Ohana

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  • Are You Human?
    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/16, 1/25,1/24

Profile Information

  • Location
    Campbellford, Ontario, Canada
  • Full Name
    Dan Dankmeyer

Contact Methods

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    Barb and Dan Dankmeyer

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  1. 49 ford gasser

    Looking good
  2. Amt 53 ford Pickup Custom

    Nice looking cuts, I really like it, gonna keep my eye on this one. Keep it going.
  3. Sprint car

    Me 4..........need to see more.
  4. 69 charger

    Real nice Tom.
  5. Very cool stairs, did you make them your self? I really like the design.
  6. 47 Chevy Flight-master Jet Car

    Interesting build, wild thinking really great especially the detailing.
  7. AMT Sunbeam Tiger

    Looks great well done great looking build.
  8. Impressive work, your patience for taping is incredible well done.
  9. '70 ElCamino Grande

    Great work, that is an impressive build, looks like it should look.
  10. 1964 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible

    Well done, looks fantastic!
  11. Santa's ECO Hot Rod

    This is cool, maybe next year.
  12. Santa's ECO Hot Rod

    No they are styrene rods and masked the red and then a few days later masked the green....easy breezy! Thanks for looking
  13. Santa's ECO Hot Rod

    Funny you mentioned that.
  14. Finished a “Lovable Loser”

    Cool build, as a matter a fact I just pulled one out I started rebuilding years back. Great looking Comet.
  15. Santa's ECO Hot Rod

    This was a project I have wanted to do for many years, I have always got a kick out of seeing other builders Christmas builds. The story behind the ECO rod is….. Santa scoops up snow with the ground scoops, then snow goes through the copper pipes to the machining rods, which converts the snow to fuel to run the motor, to make enough horse power to make it around the world in one night. I know it sounds a little complicated, but with a little Christmas magic anything can happen.