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About gasser59

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 09/15/1956

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    NW Phoenix
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    Brad Norgaard

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  1. Have you gotten all moved in and set up your studio? Jonesin' for an update.
  2. Man oh man is that engine ever gorgeous!! I just stumbled on this thread and am so glad I did. Following. What are your plans for installing this in? Maybe just an engine stand because its a model in itself.
  3. Well, its not a link, its a PDF file. Hope it will work if I put it here. SnakePit.pdf
  4. I believe I have the link to the Snake Nest on my home computer. I'll look tonight.
  5. gasser59

    Joe's Garage

    I've got a few more ideas for this build. One of which is a Fender Strat. Playtime continues.
  6. Thanks for the kind comments. Glad to see this struck a cord with some of you.
  7. This is so awesome!! Great job on manufacturing a great rendition of a unique vehicle. Love it!!
  8. Thanks for the comments fellas. If you recall, Stacy Keach would lower the zipper on the jeans from the inside, peek through and that's how he would spy on the suspects.
  9. My local club, Moonlight Modelers, has themes for each month's meetings and it always takes me more than a month to build so I thought I would make a build that covers the last four themes for the rest of the year. Those themes are: shop truck, panel truck, bulder's choice and TV/Movie vehicles. A couple of months ago, I was watching "Up In Smoke" and I saw the perfect vehicle. Stacy Keach and the rest of the law had this vehicle and it was perfect. I used the Suburban kit, filled in the windows, created my own decals and went to town on building it. I may go back in and BMF the window trim but everything else is to my satisfaction. It was a fun build and a great kit and now I'm done for the club themes for the year.
  10. O U T S T A N D I N G ! ! There isn't enough drool in the world to show just how beautiful this is. I'm going to put a smal picture of this in my shop dio as a tribute to you and this build.
  11. Wishing you a grand birthday celebration!

    cheers Misha

  12. Astounding! There, that's a new adjective to describe this amazing creation of yours. I've thoroughly enjoyed every update and thanks for taking us along for the ride. We have also learned a lot along the way. Kudos!
  13. I still can't believe this build. They say pictures don't lie and they also say a picture is worth a thousand words. I've also watched this build from day one and and am completely mesmerized by each detailed photo and well-written description. You, my friend, are so very talented with tactical skills, vision, patience and endurance. Does this amazing creation have a name? Are you planning on decals or at least a class and number? I know someone who could help you out.
  14. Now that's what I'm talking about. Some really great ideas here Mike. Thanks for sharing.
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