Lordmodelbuilder

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About Lordmodelbuilder

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  • Birthday 02/22/1964

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  • Location Somewhere out West
  • Full Name Brad Phillips

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  1. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic 62 chevy impala street rod   

    Beautiful! Can't wait to see more of this one.
  2. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic Post up your fastest model!   


    My blown injected Hemi powered 64 Dodge 330 might be the fastest although it's currently torn down for a rebuild.
  3. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic Inaugural LA Roadster Show Model Car Display   

    This sounds awesome! I wish I could go but I will be out of town.
  4. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic how long   


    Both of these models were built in 30 days each. I tend to take longer,but was thrashing on these for a show.
  5. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic How About Some Stalled Projects?   

    IMC Bug.Started in the early 70's. Built it stock. Then in the 80's I made it front engine with Chevy power. Have located most of the parts & will put it back to VW power & Cal Look itOld mid engine Hemi powered IMSA style Datsun pickup I started in 1982. Never finished

    Shortened this Bus in 76. Got it painted in the 2005. Here it sits.

    Started in 1977.

    2002 start of a Phantom 65 Blazer.

    Started this Caddy truck in 2002.

    Started this one in the 90's for a 30-day build contest at a local hobby shop. Close,but didn't finish.

    2002 build for an online 454 SS contest. I was building a 67 454 SS.
  6. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic How About Some Stalled Projects?   

    Couple more. Both started in the mid 1990's.


  7. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic How About Some Stalled Projects?   

    Hmmm, not sure what's going on, but can't seem to upload only 1 or 2 pics & nowhere close to being over the limit
    in size.
    I have so many that I have started & then they have stalled. This one here was started in 2003. My Dodge welder truck.
    I put in 256 hours of work in just 80 straight days. Didn't finish it & haven't touched it since.
    Really want to finish it,but also thinking about  tearing it all apart and redoing it. 
     

     
  8. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic 34 Ford Junkyard truck   

    Love it!
  9. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic What did you get today?   

    Received these in todays mail. Nice GMC stepside truck,old Monogram Luv,MPC Datsun,AMT Falcon for parts to help save my 66 and
    an old AMT 62 Tempest.

  10. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic A Few Photos From NNL North   

    Nice pics.Thank you.
  11. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic More pictures from the Mid Atlantic NNL   

    Nice pictures.Thanks
  12. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic Help wanted with engine ID   

    You are correct Bill. I was thinking maybe the later C4 Corvettes. I have most of those kits and only a handful of the C5's. Totally forgot
    about the transaxle design.
    I wish one of my C4 models were open,but they are all sealed. I did however come across a 96 ? Z28 engine & trans that is similar to the 2nd pic
    above,but still not the one he posted. 


  13. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic Help wanted with engine ID   

    The parts came from the AMT Chevy C1500 Sportside. Sorry about the mixup. Only thing I forgot was that the 454SS truck plastic is black in the older kits I have.
    As for the bottom pictures engine. I still think it might be later 1990's or so Corvette.
     
     


  14. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic Help wanted with engine ID   

    Top one looks like AMT 454 SS pickup kit.
    Bottom could be later model Corvette by the looks of the transmission.
  15. Lordmodelbuilder added a post in a topic Lower A-Arms on MPC 1966 Vette   

    Thank you Richard! Looks like they were in fact installed wrong for a lil lift.