Okay Mr. Teresi, now you're just showing off..........how bout' we just give you some rubber bands, popsicle sticks, soda straws, craft paper and elmers glue. I've no doubt you'd amaze all the same. And yes, I'll be following along like so many others. Cheers, tim
I'll be watching along with many others Brandon. That's a stunning car you're working on and the 1:1 pics are simply indescribable. I've never built to this scale before and it will be fun to see how much you "throw at it". You're off to an excellent start most assuredly. I picked up a HiroBoy 917LH in 1/12th to tackle some day and I'll be curious of your opinions / experiences in building your Pocher F40. Cheers and good luck! tim
Many thanks to each and everyone of you for your kind sentiments. I've been fighting a bit of burn out over the struts but today I finished the other one and I'm going to get them on the car this week if all goes well. Pics forthcoming once they're hanging off the chassis once and for all. Then lower control arms, steering rack and fuel tanks detailing....... Joe, btw I discussed with my wife the possibility of adoption but with our two girls now, our hands are QUITE full so you missed the window of opportunity. Oh well. Cheers everyone!
Smart looking Brad. Well executed. I was looking over the weekend at past notes I printed from 2011 and came across some of your earlier builds and techniques that I'm going to attempt to replicate on my next build. It was good stuff then and I'm sure it's still so today. Cheers
THAT'S funny Matthijs and thanks for continuing to follow along Tony. Here's the first of the strut/brake assembly. I won't bore anyone but these were a pain to assemble. Stepping up to 1/16th on a future build is looking better and better..............Cheers, Tim
Beautiful build John. You've convinced me to explore HOK paints for the Henry build. I find interesting your use of Tamiya acrylics on your builds too. When the time gets closer, I'd like to pick your brains for tips or insights you'd be willing to share. Stunning !!! Cheers, Tim