gasser59

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  • Location NW Phoenix
  • Full Name Brad Norgaard

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  1. gasser59 added a post in a topic Cool Parts   

    Pat - try a small chain instead of rope for your stanchions. Will drape much better.
  2. gasser59 added a post in a topic Model A with a Polly   

    Thar's funny Greg. The engine in your first post is from the Back Seat Betty car which is what I used as my avatar. I originally wanted to build this kit but the chop job didn't turn out so well so I moved on.
  3. gasser59 added a post in a topic Rear Engined Mustang - Completed Rear, New Pics -5-23   

    Tim - that is nothing short of stunning. A masterpiece and this thread is just getting started.
  4. gasser59 added a post in a topic Joe's Garage Diorama   

    Been slowly adding a few more details on Joe's Garage. Joe's been hoarding a couple of vintage radiator shells and he finally bit the bullet and got them hung up along with a couple more tin signs he picked up at a local flea market.

    Joe's committed to get some more items upstairs on the shelves because inventory is getting low.

    Stay tuned.
  5. gasser59 added a post in a topic 1/16 Scale Army Vega Funny Car - Updated 5/23/2016   

    Now that is an update brother. Exquisite work right there. Bet that feels good to have that done. Feels good to see it done on this end.
  6. gasser59 added a post in a topic Rear Engined Mustang - Completed Rear, New Pics -5-23   

      I don't know what else to say!!
  7. gasser59 added a post in a topic Rear Engined Mustang - Completed Rear, New Pics -5-23   

    What we are witnessing with this thread is sheer perfection and a dedication to making things absolutely flawless. I applaud your extensive efforts Tim.
  8. gasser59 added a post in a topic Joe's Garage Diorama   

    Thanks Tim. Glad you found this thread hanging out in the Dioramas section. This was the first thread I started.
  9. gasser59 added a post in a topic Rear Engined Mustang - Completed Rear, New Pics -5-23   

    Jaw dropping work right there although I shouldn't call it work because I know you had fun making it Tim. 
  10. gasser59 added a post in a topic '23 Ford 'T' Carny Wagon   

    Here's a shot of the sectioned window pane as mentioned above.

    Still a few more items to follow.
  11. gasser59 added a post in a topic Joe's Garage Diorama   

    Thanks fellas. 
    Chris - I don't know whether this will ever be finished. Always something to add. Been working on it tonight in fact.
    Dennis - thanks for checking in. Still a bit more to work on so stay tuned.
    Tom - Glad you were able to catch up with Joe's Garage. Lots going on.
    Charlie - thanks so much my friend.
  12. gasser59 added a post in a topic 1923 Ford 'T' Carny Wagon   

    I completely forgot to post a pic of the added interior window frame dividers. It really bugged me from the interior, the frames were missing and it looked like one big sheet of glass.

    I'm thinking of adding a small flat battery similar to a watch battery and a small LED light in the rafters with a small switch. Got to find the right combination of battery, voltage, bulb and switch. I think it will look really cool for light to be showing through the windows.
    Thanks for your interest.
  13. gasser59 added a post in a topic 1/16 Scale Army Vega Funny Car - Updated 5/23/2016   

    That is a great shot Bill. Makes you want to jump in and take it for a spin.
  14. gasser59 added a post in a topic Joe's Garage Diorama   

    Ok fellas, the Reznor space heater got a flue pipe although not much time yesterday because of Mother's Day. Sure nice to be back working on this.

    Work will continue.
  15. gasser59 added a post in a topic 1/16 Scale Army Vega Funny Car - Updated 5/23/2016   

    Oh my word, that looks great. Looks like it would be really comfortable in the hand. Onto the next monumental component.