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Brutalform

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About Brutalform

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 12/25/1868

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    Wilkes Barre PA
  • Full Name
    Tom Andrukaitis

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  1. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Thanks. First I sprayed Tamiya Wooden Deck Tan (pic) on the bare plastic. Then coated it very lightly with Tamiya Champagne Gold (pic). Not heavy, but just enough so it doesn’t look totally tan. Then sprayed with Dull Cote. The seats, dash and door panels are Champagne Gold on the plastic. All the lines and floor mats are detailed with Tamiya panel line accent.
  2. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Thanks... No, they are the mats cast into the floor. I just added Tamiya panel line accent (brown) to darken them.
  3. Well, Steve... I followed your advice, and the paint came out beautiful on the Galaxie. Will probably clear it in a few days. Thank you.
  4. 1965 Plymouth A990

    I tried to add some grime to the underside of the floor pan. I still want to dry brush some highlights onto the rear and driveshaft, and the K member assembly, and paint the fuel tank.
  5. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Added a belt and the dull cote definitely looks better on the floor.
  6. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Mocked up the interior just to see how the colors look. I plan on adding a lap seatbelt, and adding some dull cote to the floor so it’s not too shiny.
  7. 1965 Plymouth A990

    And made a little over flow can for the radiator.
  8. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Got the Hemi put together, and added some wires and fuel lines and filters.
  9. 1967 Ford Galaxie XL, 1/15, Interior Ready to Assemble.

    Wow, can’t wait to see this completed. That color really makes that interior glow. There is certainly a lot of work going into all those pieces. Isn’t there a large center hub for the steering wheel? Does the kit have it, or did you have to fab one up?
  10. 1965 Plymouth A990

    The wheels and tires....
  11. 1965 Plymouth A990

    I also made a heater and radio delete plates for the dash. The four speed shifter knob was ridiculously too large. It would be the size of a softball on the 1:1 car, so I added a smaller knob.
  12. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Decided to have the magnesium intake manifold, and aluminum cylinder heads. I thought the Hemi came out decent with Tamiya Orange, as long as gray primer is under it. Im not very knowledgeable with Mopars, so maybe someone can chime in about the headers to use. Which set would you find on this kind of car?
  13. 1965 Plymouth A990

    Time to start the 65 Plymouth drag car. I’m not interested in building the Leal car, but just a “plain Jane” factory racer. The exterior will be Racing White, and Champagne Gold for the interior. Started to work on the car last night. This is where I’m at now.
  14. Maybe try Tamiya Bright Red??
  15. how many models have you built?

    The most honest answer I could give is.. less than 100, but more than 50. Im counting 50 completed kits right now in my room, so I figure another 15 or so, that I no longer have would be a good estimate.