slusher

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  • Birthday 11/13/1965

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  • Location tennessee
  • Full Name carl slusher

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  1. slusher added a post in a topic Jade Grenade FED   

    Super nice!!!
  2. slusher added a post in a topic I think it's time to say goodbye to Florida   

    Wish you the best Rob...
  3. slusher added a post in a topic Tamiya 911 GT1 W/ Scale Motorsport Super Detail Kit & Other Details   

    Fantastic work so far...
  4. slusher added a post in a topic Ferrari Enzo   

    Love the color, really looking good. Very clean work..
  5. slusher added a post in a topic Aoshima Nissan GT-R   

    Very nice model, welcome to the forum...
  6. slusher added a post in a topic '58 Edsel Wagon   

    A real eye catcher..
  7. slusher added a post in a topic A Rare AMT 65 Mercury   

    Great looking Mercury Al...
  8. slusher added a post in a topic Hello everybody!   

    Welcome Guillaume!
  9. slusher added a post in a topic Fans weep over rediscovered Bullitt Mustang   

    The Mustang From Bullitt Recreated For Steve McQueen’s Son
    567SharesFew movies get car enthusiasts going like Bullitt. And while Steve McQueen was the one earning the paycheck, someone should have tossed a little cash over to the true star of the film, his ’68 Mustang. This recreation of the classic muscle car was built for Steve’s son and is a visually accurate creation with a handful of modern updates to make the drive feel more current. Since the car was just sold at auction, and we’re guessing you weren’t the lucky bidder, you’ll have to just check it out here and not track down any old Dodge Chargers with it.
     
  10. slusher added a post in a topic Fans weep over rediscovered Bullitt Mustang   

    I watched a shown on Spike a few years ago where his son has a recreated  Mustang his dad drove. Thanks Bill I believe you, i am a big McQueen fan and of this movie..
  11. slusher added a post in a topic A unique take on a Sherman.   

    Super nice Sherman G!!!
  12. slusher added a post in a topic Maine Lobster Boat   

    Great looking boat. Nice work...
  13. slusher added a post in a topic 1940 Ford Coupe Barn Find Diorama   

    Nice diorama Riley. I do not come over here often. Since i have yet to make a diorama i forget about this section...
  14. slusher added a topic in General   

    Fans weep over rediscovered Bullitt Mustang
    2 year old article I found
    report by Jeroen Booij:
    One of the world’s most celebrated movie cars has resurfaced, but in deplorable condition. It’s a sad story, as fans of the 1968 Steve McQueen movie have hunted the remaining Ford fastback for years, all to no avail. It now turns out that the car with chassis number 8R02S125559, was sold in 1987 to a 39-year old man who’d supposedly made his fortune in real estate in and around San Fransisco - not coincidentally the place where the movie was set. 

    One night, just weeks after the car was sold, the new owner decided it was a good idea to re-enact some of the notorious chase scenes in San Fransisco together with a friend. The duo supposedly trashed the car hard before jumping it at considerable speed in Kansas Street. Here, they went airborn, just like in the movie. However, they landed significantly less lucky. As a matter of fact, the touch-down had such an impact on the Mustang that it virtually broke in half. Although severely damaged the car may have been saved. Unfortunately the new owner, presumably so ashamed about his own stupidity, decided to get rid of the wreck and stored it in a Nevada yard, where it has now been rediscovered. To make matters worse many parts have been sold. The new owner is never the less planning a full restoration. 
     

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  15. slusher added a post in a topic Got an MRI today   

    Best of luck Harry,I hope they don't send you back for one with dye now...