crashmaster

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About crashmaster

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  • Birthday 12/30/1972

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 and 1/25

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  • Location Stone Mountain, GA
  • Full Name Shawn Campbell

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  1. crashmaster added a topic in On The Workbench   

    '67 Mustang Billy Prickett #23 Racecar
    Hey guys here is a project that I am currently working on. I have set it on the chassis so that you can see what it will look like. I have not started on the interior or the motor yet but I will keep yu updated. Let me knw what you think. The decals were made by Tim sherry. He did a great job on them. Especially when he had to do them with nothing to go on except pictures.
    Shawn



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  2. crashmaster added a post in a topic 85 GMC Van W.I.P. 1-28-13 DONE! DONE! DONE!   

    Well Thanks for the compliment. I used an inner lining for a sweater that my wife was getting rid of. The wheels that I have pictured here took me months to make. I will have the dog dish hubcap in a couple of weeks. Let me know what you think.

  3. crashmaster added a post in a topic 85 GMC Van W.I.P. 1-28-13 DONE! DONE! DONE!   

    Pics


  4. crashmaster added a post in a topic 85 GMC Van W.I.P. 1-28-13 DONE! DONE! DONE!   

    Here are the pics I was trying to get on here. The first on is of the pin and plastic casing. The next is of the Mutt Cutts van I am currently working on.
  5. crashmaster added a post in a topic 85 GMC Van W.I.P. 1-28-13 DONE! DONE! DONE!   

    Hey;
    My name is Shawn and I am new to the website. I have an idea for the hinges that I have used on some of the Jeeps that I have built. I used the plastic coating that comes on the wire that you get when you buy the display cases to tie down the model that you are displaying. You remove the wire from the inside of the plastic coating and then cut that to the size you need for the hinge. Then you take a regular push pin that you can get from any fabric store or Hobby Lobby and insert that into the the plastic boot. Once that is done you add sheet plastic cut to the size of the hinge that mounts to the truck and the door to the appropriate side of the hinge. I would add pics but this thing is giving a problem doing that. If you have questions please feel free to ask. I also have the 8 lug wheels if you need them.

    Shawn