Taxdude

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About Taxdude

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  • Location Saline, MI
  • Full Name Fred Farrand

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  1. Taxdude added a post in a topic 1924 Bugatti 35 - 1/20 Casadio/Revival Double Build   

    Once saw a guy driving around in the French Alps in a type 35. Beautiful sound it made.
  2. Taxdude added a post in a topic '25 Model T Racer   

    Very cool. Front wheels could come forward somewhat
  3. Taxdude added a post in a topic Model T pickup from chopped coupe   

    very nice start, can't wait to see more.
  4. Taxdude added a post in a topic GSL Countdown - What's in it for you?   

    It was my first GSL, I had a great time. I'll be back and this time bring a model or 2 with me.
  5. Taxdude added a post in a topic Modelhaus Cheetah   

    Very clean build
  6. Taxdude added a post in a topic 1959 Pontiac bonneville   

    Great wide-track, way to go
  7. Taxdude added a post in a topic Golf GTi   

    Loved my first gen VW GTI...can't wait to see this completed
  8. Taxdude added a post in a topic Ferrari 575 M Maranello   

    Beautiful build and great color
  9. Taxdude added a post in a topic 1956 Chrysler   

    Very nice and very cool project. But we need more pictures.
  10. Taxdude added a post in a topic Fujimi 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo 2006   

    Very nice build, clean simple and perfectly executed.
  11. Taxdude added a post in a topic Revell Kurtis Midget   

    Very nice build and beautiful finish.

    Yes Norm has a different set of wheels and tires but be aware that the tires are all different sizes as one would set up a car with offset sizes for dirt tracks.

    Fred
  12. Taxdude added a post in a topic 3D modeling projects wanted!   

    How about grills? '37 or '40 Ford. Could they be done with the grill bars open?
  13. Taxdude added a post in a topic Ferrari 458 Italia Novitec Rosso   

    Very nicely done
  14. Taxdude added a post in a topic Hudson Hornet   

    It is all about the stance. Great work.