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gasser59

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About gasser59

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 09/15/1956

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  • Are You Human?
    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/24 - 1/25

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  • Location
    NW Phoenix
  • Full Name
    Brad Norgaard

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  1. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 9-19

    Wow...Tim. Those exploded photos of the parts really says everything about this incredible build and your varied talents in working with various materials. Mind blown.
  2. I'm not so sure he's even human. He's a scale factory with an abundance of minions on speed.
  3. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 9-19

    I think you stole the shrink ray from the minions and either shrunk the chassis or yourself, I haven't figured out which is the case. This is a true piece of art and just doesn't seem humanly possible. We're not worthy.
  4. Your favourite Box art

    Always loved these two early Monogram 1/32nd scale kits. I feel lucky to have both.
  5. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    Thanks for your comments Patrick. The aluminum square channel has 1/16th" aluminum tubing inside and inside of that is brass rod that goes into drilled holes in the square tubing then covered with aluminum printing plate for the outside skins. Everything inside the 'camper' is all scratch-built. For example, the chrome coffee pot is the top button on a ball point pen with an aluminum printing plate spout and handle and a small clear blinker lens from the parts box. Here's the thread for the build process.
  6. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    One more. Jeep service vehicle with snowplow for my grandfather's DX station in SW Iowa. Haven't gotten very far with this one.
  7. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    No wait, there's still more. Vending truck with scratch-built plywood box. Working steering and doors.
  8. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    And yet another. 4WD Jeep with working U-joints in the functioning steering. Just plain lost my mojo on this one.
  9. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    Another stalled one is this replica of a '59 Chevy Scout Truck that went through the African continent in '59 and '60 as part of an Airstream caravan. I'm so close, I just gotta get it done.
  10. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    Staled projects? Yea, I have more than my share. My oldest is probably 30 years or so. Long before PE, after-market items, I built this Willys with tilt wheel, functioning carb linkage, functioning gas pedal, working U-joints, 1/20th scale Tamiya rear rubber, etc. Worked myself into a corner with the roll cage and the door hinges needing to occupy the same space. Put it in a box.
  11. Jim Jard's 1955 "Bird of Prey" T-Bird

    Kurt - that's kicks tail. Very nicely done indeed. Love me some gassers.
  12. I was wondering how the driver got in. Now that makes perfect sense. Another Teresi one-of-a-kind build. You're making great progress. At the speed in which you build, I expect this to be done by Saturday. If only the paint could dry faster.
  13. Gabby Bleekers fuel altered

    Gotta love this one. Very well done.
  14. Since the well has dried up on 1/24 and 1/16 scale dragster front rims, I would love to see these come back. See picture. I'd also like to see some really detailed pulleys for engines with blowers. Maybe some detailed valve cover breathers. Just a few ideas for now.
  15. Another project , just what I need

    You're off to a great start. I'm dialed in for this build. Lovin' those front wheels.