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matthijsgrit

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About matthijsgrit

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  • Location Elst, The Netherlands
  • Full Name Matthijs Grit

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  1. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic '64 Dodge 330   

    That is great info. Thanks!
     
    I am by no means a Mopar fan, but really like this. It's got something chique and mean at the same time. 
  2. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic '64 Dodge 330   

    This VCG intake, was it the "HP Cast Dual  Ram EFI"?
    How was this part to work with (rough, really easy, ...)?
     
    Nice car!
     
     
  3. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic Birdman's twin turbo Pontiac firebird trans am   

    Nice build. Really like the turbo setup.
    What do you use for the engine-tubes (if you know what I mean)?
  4. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic Auto Quiz 333- Finished   

    Me too..., found it, but I dont'n know why I kinda knew...?
     
  5. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic Post pics of your fave paint jobs!   

    Now that's a great color! Wht paint did you use?
    And those wheels, are they Smoothster wheels?
    Nice car!!!
  6. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic Autoquiz 331 - Finished   

    me too...
    I see some changes have been made since I 'found' the right answer...
  7. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic A MODERN TRADITIONAL DEUCE ROADSTER   

    How about the wheels form the AMT 39 Wagonrod?
    https://www.google.nl/imgres?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fi1383.photobucket.com%2Falbums%2Fah315%2FKingdan100%2FMobile%20Uploads%2F20160229_230845_zpslwyygzm0.jpg&imgrefurl=https%3A%2F%2Fintscalemodeller.com%2Fviewtopic.php%3Ft%3D17125&docid=MIX7vATPekm0vM&tbnid=yUzE7xrvBvYQuM%3A&vet=10ahUKEwiWlu2Dz9PUAhWoCJoKHY74DdAQMwgoKAIwAg..i&w=1024&h=768&bih=984&biw=1618&q=AMT 39&ved=0ahUKEwiWlu2Dz9PUAhWoCJoKHY74DdAQMwgoKAIwAg&iact=mrc&uact=8 
    OR maybe one of Steven Zimmerman's wheel sets?
  8. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic BNL or VCG resins experiences?   

    Thanks Scott,
     
    what I'm looking for is a nice Big Block. A bit over the top is ok, because Pro Street, right?
    So no SBC or anything, but something Big Block and different, preferably GM.
    I have a Beretta PRo Street, but I'm having trouble to decide to NOT build that one...
  9. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic Cutlass El Hursto   

    Hmmmm, this won't be box stock..., right?
    Looking forward to what's coming next!
  10. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic DODGE DAYTONA SHELBY WHEELS   

    Monogram Callaway Corvette Speedster maybe?
  11. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic starting a modelling club in CT   

    Hi Mark, CT is a bit too far away for me, but your text begs for pictures of your studio, IMHO...
    Good luck founding your club!
  12. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic What are your projects either on your bench or slated for it.   

    After seeing this I don't have any projects anymore.
    I'll be too busy to watch yours :-)
    But on my list are:
    RWB 993 Porsche
    Rocket Bunny Mazda RX-7 FD3 
    1970 Buick GSX Pro Street
    2002 Camaro Pro Stock
    Matt and Debby Hayes Thunderbird Pro Street
    1970 1/2 Camaro Pro Street (inspired by Monza's Camaro of Street Outlaws)
    A couple of 1999 Camaro's (based on the Camaro I used to have: a base Z28 As I bought it, upgraded like how I sold it and one how it would have evolved if I had been able to hold on to it longer and do with it as I had in mind).
    1948 Ford Coupe custom, based on a Juha Airio kit ( https://public.fotki.com/Rikster/model_cars/model_cars_from_others/models_by_juha_airio-1/48_ford_custom/ )
    1970 1/2 Camaro Pro touring
     
    I like this topic!!
  13. matthijsgrit added a post in a topic BNL or VCG resins experiences?   

    Any pics of items as delivered (no clean up or anything)?
    The reason for asking is that a couple of years ago I bought an LS series engine in resin. I was really disappointed in what I got (parts would line up without heavy modification, loads of flash, you know). That I don't want to happen again.
  14. matthijsgrit added a topic in Car Aftermarket / Resin   

    BNL or VCG resins experiences?
    For ne of my next projects, I'm looking for some big 'ol engine.
    Both VCG and BNL have some nice engines to choose from. Project is a pro street car (GM).
    Does anyone have any hands on experience with either manfacturer and their products?
    Do the parts need a lt of clean up, how do they build, etc.?
    Any info will be appreciated.
     
    MG
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