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rmvw guy

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About rmvw guy

  • Rank
    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 08/07/1950

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  • Scale I Build
    1/25 and 1/24

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  • Location
    Indiana, USA
  • Full Name
    Ron Martz

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  1. Beach builds Woody and '32

    Nothing much happening with this one lately. My guys just can't seem to get going on this build. It's like they're frozen in time.
  2. Ford Woody

    This is beautiful! Nice use of a wash on the wood effect, very realistic and the tractor really brings everything to life. Great photo shots.
  3. QUICKIE BOX STOCK '30

    Love that driveshaft, nice build
  4. '56 Vicky.

    Very nice Tulio, looks like you got it right.
  5. Beach builds Woody and '32

    Wires on engine check
  6. AMT 1949 Ford Gasser *PICS*

    Looks like a fun build. Your exhaust is interesting the way you did it. Was this the way the box art looked? I always like those type of builds. Would have been nice to show a picture of the box with your model.
  7. Beach builds Woody and '32

    So back to this one. Paint going on some of the smaller parts. Decided to wire engine even though no one will ever see it, figured if I was going to that much trouble on the wood I may as well detail the engine. Haven't decided on the interior yet, thinking about some patterns for the seats.
  8. 1954 hudson hornet

    Nice looking Hudson. The interior looks good too, hard to see after assembly thanks for the extra pic.
  9. Beach builds Woody and '32

    Lol, you are tempting me!
  10. Beach builds Woody and '32

    Another one finally finished but, after looking at photos maybe. Few minor touch ups.
  11. AMT 32 Ford Vicky 60s Traditional / Show Rod

    Love seeing your progress. I have built the kit many times and still love it and all the AMT '32 offering. When it was first introduced in about 1964 the chassis was the best of all the AMT '32s. I used it on several coupes and roadsters. Not great by today's standards but, still a great offering for the time. Nice paint work on yours and the engine looks spot on.
  12. Beach builds Woody and '32

    So I guess this one is done. I was exploring more options on wheels and tires. My 5 year old grandson was watching with great interest. He wanted to build a model with me and insisted he should take the '32 home to display with his collection. He must have thought I gave him the okay because it is gone. Well it's just a model right?
  13. Beach builds Woody and '32

    Making some progress on the '32 today. Got all the window glass in and the body mounted. Did a quick wash on the engine and body. More to come. I count some 20 more small parts to go.
  14. Beach builds Woody and '32

    Now I have added a '49 Merc to the mix, yes three unfinished projects. I keep running into a brick wall. I'm thinking of maybe calling them finished when they are unfinished, no. It will come back, that feeling you get when you can't stop working on them and you get lost in time.