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About Duntov

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    MCM Ohana

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    1:24 1:25 1:35

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    Bill Lucianno

    "Mi sono perso"
  1. Wow...some nice work here on a rare subject!!! Well done!! Regards Bill (Duntov)
  2. You nailed this one my friend..... thanks for sharing it !!!!!!!!
  3. 1936 Toyoda AA

    Philippe: Excellent work on this one.... I have one of these on the way --- I hope I can do as well with mine as you did with this one!!! Regards Bill (Duntov)
  4. Herbie The Love Bug

    Michael: Some really nice work here for sure.....I like that you corrected the inaccuracies - it really helps with this car since it is so diminutive. With respect to the fuel gauge..... I had a '61 model and it had no fuel gauge as well --- but it did have a small handle ("L" shaped piece of rod actually - up in front of the trunk wall under the dash... that activated a 1 gallon reserve of gas when you ran out of fuel!!!) ---- keep up the good work..... I like your treatment of the kit!!! Regards Bill
  5. 1936 Toyoda AA

    Philippe: Thanks for sharing this build....very interesting. I have been wondering about this kit and thought I might like to try it. Your work looks really good. Regards Bill
  6. Since I own the real deal (more than one!!!!)---- I really need to get my hands on this..... well done review and VERY informative! Thank You!!! Bill (Duntov)
  7. Bentley blower

    OK --- Harry you have shamed me into getting my kit out of the storage bin --- 1:24 version though --- You did a great job!!! Thanks for posting this !!! Regards Bill (Duntov)
  8. My old '29 roadster rod.

    Nice work Steve----
  9. `T`fender

    WOW---- NICE work on the tires!!! VERY INVENTIVE!!!! I like the rest of the car too!!!!!
  10. Revell 57 Chevy Bel Air Snap-Tite

    I like these snap kits --- You proved with a little attention to detail -- some paint and foil you can turn out a nice looking car!!! Great Job!!
  11. 1953 Ford Country Squire Wagon - completed 3/18

    Congrats on the "SCALE" plug wires --- A nice change from the "garden hose" approach that a lot folks seem to resort to these days!!!!! This engine is looking good and I think the build will be great overall ---!!!!
  12. 1956 Ford gasser finished

    Wow---Rob--- This is very well executed!!! The two best things --- very clean build and its believable!!! You can actually imagine this thing blasting down the quarter mile!!! Nice work! Regards Bill (Duntov)
  13. 1975 Ferrari 308 GTB (Monogram)

    Very well executed build --- !!! The quality of your builds is very good!!!!