Greg Pugh

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About Greg Pugh

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  • Birthday 12/30/1976

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  • Full Name Greg Pugh

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  1. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic '65 Plymouth Satellite...The One That Got Away   

    So we need to start by removing the raised section towards the rear where the automatic shifter and indicator go

    I then cut the forward section from another piece in the same donor Satellite kit as I previously mentioned and added it

    Then, I made a hole for the 4-speed shifter

    There is still a little bit of work to do here. I will be stripping the chrome off, further addressing the surgery scars, and then hitting it with Alclad. All in all, not too much work.
  2. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic '65 Plymouth Satellite...The One That Got Away   

    Sorry for the picture size differences in my posts. I finally realized how to add story/picture/story. I figured it would look much better that way.
    Now moving onto the console. The console itself is the same between the automatic cars and the 4-speed cars. The difference is in the console shifter plate.
    Here's what we're starting with

    And here's what we're trying to accomplish


  3. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic '65 Plymouth Satellite...The One That Got Away   

    While getting a bunch of pieces ready for same-color paint, I decided to get the rest of the 4-speed conversion done. I started with the pedals.

    First, I trimmed up the brake pedal:

    Then, I did the same thing to the brake pedal from a donor '65 Satellite kit I have

    I shortened the brake pedal arm and made a notch for it to go into

    Lastly, I attached the brake (now clutch) pedal. I wasn't too worried about how pretty the attachment point was as long as it was solid. The entire horizontal piece that the pedals swing from goes completely behind the dash. Also, I removed the bracket that the accelerator pedal is attached to as it will stand alone. It will look more realistic like that.

     
  4. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Deuce Sedan "Old school but not same old same old"   

    That is AWESOME!! Great job!!
  5. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Mercedes 300SL   

    Beautiful build of a beautiful subject! Bravo!
  6. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Revell Beetle   

  7. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Moebius '54 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe   

    Very nice looking model! Great job!
  8. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Revell '54 Chevy Sedan Delivery-Updates--02/06   




    Man! That sure does look WICKED in black!!
  9. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic '36 Ford 3-Window Traditional Rod   

    Wow! A lot of work but such a beautiful result! Nice job!
  10. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic 72 Cutlass 442 Convertible - the newest release   

    That's nice! I love the color!
  11. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Amt Lil Roamin Chariot Restored!   

    So cool! Nice job!!
  12. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Full custom '62 Chrysler   

    Awesome work so far! I'll be watching!
  13. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic 1953 Ford F-100 Standard   

    Wow! I really like that!!
  14. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic 1966 Shelby G.T.350   

    VERY nice work! That's a tough looking Mustang!
  15. Greg Pugh added a post in a topic Revell '29 Model A Roadster- * Electric Currant Red Metallic   

    Wow! That's nice!