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About galaxiemn500

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  • Scale I Build 1/24th

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  • Location Fayetville, NC
  • Full Name Travis Braton

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  1. galaxiemn500 added a post in a topic detailing an engine   

    Thanks guys. This forum is amazing to get help with models. Ill post some pics when its complete. I just bought the model today and some make your own decals. hopefully this all turns out good. give me a week or so and she should be complete.
  2. galaxiemn500 added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    detailing an engine
    Hey guys. I need a little help. I want to build a 57 chevy 150 sedan "black widow" but i want to add all the engine dress up wires and hoses. were would be a good place to purchase these items???
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  3. galaxiemn500 added a post in a topic "Mercury Rising" 1949 Mercury Convertible / "Bubble Top"   

    Thanks!!! Sorry i missed that!
  4. galaxiemn500 added a post in a topic FORD Models   

    It keeps telling me the file size is too big. when i try to upload new pics
  5. galaxiemn500 added a post in a topic "Mercury Rising" 1949 Mercury Convertible / "Bubble Top"   

    Were do you get the engine wires and hoses and clamps and all that. I would really like to build a nice model like that but don't know where to buy the detailing parts.
  6. galaxiemn500 added a topic in Under Glass   

    FORD Models
    These are a few models I just finished. I am a huge FORD guy. In order of appearance, 32' 5 window coupe, 64' Fairlane street machine, 64' 1/2 Mustang, 30' Touring Rat Rod. The rat rod I just finished tonight. This one was tricky as too the model came with fenders but when I decided to make it into a Rat Rod I ran into parts not fitting correctly without the fenders. When it came to putting the engine in it didn't fit. I ended up splitting the frame and extending. It actually turned out pretty decent as too when it sits in the showcase it has that bend to it. And as for the 64' 1/2 this one is a model for my father. He has a 65' and I painted it exactly how his is. They look pretty similar. Please let me know what you think!

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  7. galaxiemn500 added a post in a topic 1929 Ford Chopped Sedan   

    what size model is this and where do you get the wires from??