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Brutalform

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About Brutalform

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  • Birthday February 24

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  • Scale I Build 1/25

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  • Location Pa
  • Full Name Tom Andrukaitis

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  1. Brutalform added a post in a topic Building Les Ritchey's '63 Lightweight Galaxie   

    John.. what paint did you use to replicate the Holley carb color? That looks perfect!! Looking fantastic, can’t wait to see more..
  2. Brutalform added a post in a topic Ed Martin 62 Ford SA/A   

    Thank you John. I’ve been getting different stories on all this info. I was going to pm you this question, but I posted just in case anyone else could use the info as well. I really enjoyed seeing the finished 63 lightweight you recently finished. Thanks again...
  3. Brutalform added a post in a topic thunderbolt colors   

    would it be possible to post some of your pictures?
  4. Brutalform added a topic in Drag Racing Models   

    Ed Martin 62 Ford SA/A
    Can anyone tell me the actual interior/exterior color of this car? I acquired decals for it, and I have a mint 62 body, hood, glass, bumpers, etc, that I finally decided what I actually wanted to do with it. I will definitely put a 60 Starliner chassis under it also. I'm guessing the power plant was a 406?

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  5. Brutalform added a post in a topic Dyno Don 65 Comet Cyclone   

     

  6. Brutalform added a post in a topic Amt 1966 fairlane 427   

    Very nice build!! I love all Fairlane, and you nailed it!
  7. Brutalform added a post in a topic Engine assembly and painting   

    I don't remember the last time I scraped a plated, or painted part. I use top coat clear in the Model Master glass jar for engine assembly, or CA glue, with accelerator. I even use 5 min epoxy. As long as you are careful with the epoxy, it is undetected and speeds up the building without waiting for parts to dry. I always use regular liquid cement for block halves, oil pans and water pumps if they will be the same color.
  8. Brutalform added a post in a topic Dyno Don 65 Comet Cyclone   

    Thanks everyone😀
  9. Brutalform added a post in a topic Milliput users please help.   

    Thanks for the replies. When I said nitro stain, I meant spot putty. I think this will be new route. 
  10. Brutalform added a topic in General   

    Milliput users please help.
    Hello.... I have a question about milliput putty. I had to remove the trim from a resin 63 Galaxie box top. I'd like to mix up some of this putty, and apply and shape the rear quarters where the rear lights contour on them. Also, where the trim once was, ghost trim shows through the primer. I was thinking of s thin layer of nitro stain or equivalent???? Ive had Tamiya putty on it, but wouldn't dry. I'm figuring it's because of the resin. Could this milliput be applied, and shaped the best it can, then when dried a final sanding???? I heard that once it was dry it a real pain to get it shaped after that. Any advice on this, or any other route I should take would be appreciated.
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  11. Brutalform added a post in a topic Dyno Don 65 Comet Cyclone   

    Thanks.... the engine is from the AMT 66 Galaxie kit. The carbs are from the 60 Starliner custom kit.  It did need some work to get it to look decent. 
  12. Brutalform added a topic in Drag Racing Models   

    Dyno Don 65 Comet Cyclone
    Finished this up a couple weeks ago. It was a fun build. Can't wait till the new release with the SOHC comes out.









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  13. Brutalform added a post in a topic Moebius - Now that the Comet is out, What's Next   

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  14. Brutalform added a post in a topic Tamiya White Putty.. Dry Time?   

    I think the Tamiya putty is aimed more toward styrene.