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Watertown

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About Watertown

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    MCM Friend
  • Birthday 04/22/1960

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  • Scale I Build
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  • Location
    Sacramento
  • Full Name
    Mike Grover

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  1. El Camino SS 1968 Weathered AMT model

    The weathered vinyl top separating and lifting at the seam is a nice touch and deftly handled. Nice job.
  2. AWB '65 Dodge question

    Either will be greeted with much enthusiasm. Thanks for the update!
  3. AWB '65 Dodge question

    I thought I saw/heard that Moebius had planned to produce a '65 Dodge AWB kit. Assuming that's still on, any word on a release date? Love their kits, and I'm really excited about this one!
  4. Merry Christmas

    Right back at ya
  5. 1929 Barn find Ford pickup

    Awesome build. Put this in a diorama and take some pic's. No one would be able to distinguish this from the real thing. Well done!
  6. 1937 Toyoda AA - Bagged Bomb

    I've been eye-balling this kit at the LHS for some time now, but wasn't sure what I'd do with it. This post serves as new inspiration. Great job, thanks for sharing.
  7. Favorite street rod of all time

    Pete and Jake's coupes. They served as trend-setters for some time.
  8. 29 Model A 823c

    Super nice period perfect build. Weathering is just right, not overdone.
  9. '69 GTO Grille w/ exposed headlights

    Love it! Looks like you have the same problem that I do, I can't seem to finish one project before beginning another...
  10. '69 GTO Grille w/ exposed headlights

    I did, and they are! Thanks again.
  11. '69 GTO Grille w/ exposed headlights

    Thanks, Mike, Joseph at Fireball had a couple sets still on the shelf. I ordered them and should have 'em in a couple weeks. Appreciate the referral.
  12. 56 Ford Victoria

    Nice, and I like the nod to replicating the factory window gaskets. Nice job on a classic 50s "Everyman's car."
  13. Working on an old Monogram ’69 GTO kit, as I'd like to build a replica of one I had back in high school. The problem is that the kit comes with the hidden headlight grille, and the headlights on mine were the static open (exposed) style. Does anybody know of a resin conversion for this? (Example here)