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larman

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About larman

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  • Birthday 09/29/1969

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    http://public.fotki.com/larman/

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    1/25

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    Bethlehem, Pa.
  • Full Name
    Larry H. Court Jr.

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  1. 9 second 66 Impala

    Wow! Great work! You nailed the look perfectly!
  2. Come on.... TWD can do better than that.

    I tapped out at the mid season this year, and I had watched it from the beginning. I stayed with it because I figured I should finish it out, but it has been so lousy for at least 2 seasons that enough is enough......Would there really be that many fancy, high tech weapons out there in a post apocalypse? Furthermore, there certainly seems to be unending ammunition for said weapons. Add to that, the fact that most of these people are horrible shots, even though their lives depend on it. Would Negan, or Rick for that matter make so many mistakes? In that world, threats would be eliminated. Period. There would be no chances for escape and ethics would take a back seat to survival. I know it is scifi, but it could be a little more rooted in reality. -Larry
  3. Serious poll ,Model A or Deuce Coupe ?

    While I love a nice model A and they are certainly more affordable, in the most traditional sense, the '32 ( roadster in particular) is the king of the hot rods! When Model A's are rodded, what are the traditional mods? Deuce frame, Deuce grille....because the guys that rodded them wanted a '32 but either couldn't afford one or find one. Of course, these days you can get repop bodies in both steel and glass, so it comes down to personal preference. -Larry
  4. The Little Rod - A Monogram "Never Was"

    Love this one! Great idea and perfect execution! -Larry
  5. Reposting some finished projects

    Those are all great! Nice work! -Larry
  6. Pro Street Matador

    Very cool! Totally different, probably the best looking Matador I have seen! Nice that you kept it all AMC! -Larry
  7. AMT ‘33 Willys

    Nice work! You may not like body work, but it looks like you did a good job. Doesn't look like it shows through the primer. Great stance and I like the wheels and tires, Motor is looking good too! -Larry
  8. Revell 32 5 window Coupe

    This is realy cool! The frame idea is awesome. Great job on the chop and the stance looks right on! -Larry
  9. Fabulous build, I enjoyed watching it come together. Brilliant fabrication and the finished model is an absolute jewel! Certainly one of the most imaginative and well built models I have seen on here! That is a high compliment because this site has some serious talent! -Larry
  10. 1963 Junior Johnson Chevy

    Great work! The exhaust is excellent! This is one of the best looking vintage stock cars, and you captured it perfectly! -Larry
  11. '61 Falcon Gasser

    Wow! Look's great! Stance and wheels are PERFECT! Like the traction bars too, You really captured the gasser look with this! -Larry
  12. This is a great build, I have learned a lot, as I am planning a couple of Corvette Modified Sport drag cars. I have saved the pics for reference, I really like your cage. I am not old enough to have been there when stuff like this was running at the track, but I have studied vintage drag cars and poured over pictures for years and it look's like the stance is spot on. I enjoy watching this build come together! -Larry
  13. 2018 Cannonball Run

    OK. I would like to throw my hat into the ring. I am in with a '69 Firebird, Sprint OHC 6 motor. Plan: Power adder for the motor, gutted but street legal. Modernized chassis. I just set the body on the wheels in the pics, but will probably be different. Thanks, Larry
  14. Love this so far! Great hood scoop, perfect for the car. A '55 Gasser Sedan is about as cool as it gets! When I was a kid there was a guy up the road that had a '55 Sedan that kind of looked like the American Graffiti car, but red and with Cragar Mags. Certainly rough around the edges ,but It was seriously fast, saw it run on more than one occasion. Turns out it had a big bore Pontiac under the hood! That car is burned into my memory and to this day is a strong influence on my automotive tastes! -Larry
  15. Engine Decision in my Chevette!!!!!

    I would go with the blown smallblock from the Beretta or, go total 80's style with a blown big block like the one in the Revell '68 Corvette. 6-71 huffer, Moroso valve covers tubular headers....there was a blue Chevette in all the magazines back in the mid 80's that had that set up -Larry.