Modlguy

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  • Location New Jersey
  • Full Name Bill Barrett

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  1. Modlguy added a post in a topic Acrylic Paint at Hobby Lobby   

    I have heard that Createx cannot be sanded. It's an all or nothing deal so a bleb or a run means you have to start all over. has anyone had experience with this?
  2. Modlguy added a post in a topic 62 T Bird Hardtop, Gluebomb No More   

    Great job, Al.
  3. Modlguy added a post in a topic Help! Travelling from UK. Which contest / show do I go to in the next year?   

    Sorry, the previous link for Raceway Park didn't work. This one does.

    http://www.etownraceway.com/
  4. Modlguy added a post in a topic Help! Travelling from UK. Which contest / show do I go to in the next year?   

    NNL East is in Wayne, New Jersey. It's just a hop and a skip from New York City and less than two hours from Philadelphia (south), and probably not much more than that from Boston (north). So you have a lot of choices. There are commuter trains that run all along the Northeastern coastline and despite recent events are really very safe. There are also commuter flights to those cities out of New York at fairly decent prices. I agree that NNL East is the show to catch if it fits your schedule. It is a model meet and display, not a contest, and you will find many of the people from this board who attend. There are also many of the top aftermarket vendors in attendance. In fact, Chris Hales, from Manchester, is the owner of C-4 resins, and has become a vendor. He will be attending again next year.

    Raceway Park is in Englishtown, New Jersey. That's about an hour south of Wayne and is a well known drag race venue. They do have events in April but I don't know what they'll have next April.

    Here are the links:

    http://www.nnleast.com/

    http://www.etownraceway.com/
  5. Modlguy added a post in a topic How About Some Box Art Cars?   

    Tom, how about the Deora?
  6. Modlguy added a post in a topic GSL Countdown - What's in it for you?   

    http://public.fotki.com/Modlguy/gsl-2015/

    Here are my pictures, just uploaded. Great show. Great to reconnect with guys I haven't seen for some time.
  7. Modlguy added a post in a topic NNL East Buy, 68 Imperial Finished!   

    Great looking build, Al.
  8. Modlguy added a post in a topic NNL East April 18, 2015   

    At work right now but heading up this afternoon. Club shirts are packed and can't wait to get going!
  9. Modlguy added a post in a topic Mr. Unswitchable - Update 6-4-15   



    Very similiar to a clone of Doug Dempsey's Car Model cover build from 1967 that I am working on for the Museum in SLC. This was done prior to the kit release and I am working from the dimensions outlined in the article. Interestingly I saw this model under construction at the time. Sadly it was lost in a flood not too long ago. This photo is an old one from a few years ago. If I get two minutes to spare I'll take new ones. This thing is fighting me all the way. Anyone know how to attach the clutch cable to the throwout lever? Yeah, it's that detailed.
  10. Modlguy added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Gravity Colors
    Has anyone tried these paints? Seems to be a new-to-the U.S. outfit.

    http://gravitycolors.com/us/


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  11. Modlguy added a post in a topic Hmmmmm, what could this be ?   

    Apparently Buick is considering resurrecting the GN and GNX. Should have some power.
  12. Modlguy added a post in a topic Unique Seven   

    Wingrove is depressed.
  13. Modlguy added a post in a topic GSL-XXV anyone looking forward to attending ?   

    Top flight, world class models. Great seminars. Some of the most engaging, well-known personalities in the hobby. Crown Burgers. What's not to like?
  14. Modlguy added a post in a topic 1977 Volare Messenger Car - Finally Finished!   

    I'm almost going to miss seeing this one continue to progress, after following it all these years. Excellent, realistic detail. Just glad you didn't sacrifice any of your rare stamps for postage, lol. Great job, Tom.