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    Tom Andrukaitis

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  1. I use the ole regular Testors enamel thinner to clean up the Panel Line Accent. Works just fine.
  2. Does anyone know if there are any decals out there for various sized, fender, side marker, red and amber lights? I looked through my decal stash, and my kits, and even checked out Slixx. Mostly interested in the rectangular style.
  3. Looking good. Glad to see this kit being built as a pro street car.
  4. I don’t know how I missed this. I just love this type of build. You’ve covered every detail that I’ve seen in the pictures. Just goes to show how far you can go with a build like this. Especially on a car you don’t see very often being built.
  5. Bill hasn’t posted in over two years, and this particular thread is twelve years old. The pictures were most likely on a server that no longer exist.
  6. Thanks John. I really enjoy your super stock builds. I really enjoy building them myself. One thing I forgot to do was, paint the strip down the side of the car. It’s done now, but I really should have did that first, and saved on the masking big time. This color is one that isn’t a color I normally would do, but it’s close enough to the real car I saw. Hoping to clear tomorrow or Monday
  7. Thanks everyone. Probably going to clear it tomorrow or Monday.
  8. Its nice to see this car built. Great build on a great subject. I’ve tossed around the idea of purchasing the decals and building this car quite a few times. Very nice job on the build.
  9. I know what you mean. Kinda hydraulics itself out.
  10. No problem. I figure if its used on fine watch crystals is ok for models.
  11. I put the interior, roll bar, seats, and harness, together. Everything fit nice into the body. Laid down four coats of Tamiya Pearl Light Red. I only encountered one little hair on the roof that I removed and sanded between coats. Gonna let it sit for a week before I lay down the Tamiya clear coat.
  12. Though it might not be for everyone, but, this is the stuff I use. Pretty hard to get messy with the pin size applicator. You can get two tubes for about $11 and it will last you many years. I still have my second tube in the box, unused.
  13. It doesn’t fog, but its not invisible on clear plastic if it gets on it. The tube has a fine, pointed applicator, that enables you to apply it around the windows in a controlled fashion. Never had any problems as of yet, and I’ve used it on many many winnows and windshields.
  14. Two more quality builds of Super Stocks.
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