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ScottH454

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About ScottH454

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  • Birthday 11/21/1972

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    http://www.action-modeler.com/
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    1:24

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    Pasco,Wa
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    Scott Harrison

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  1. 426 Hemi Valve Covers?

    Ok well I can get that updated here pretty soon. I should have two sets cast. This week I have been getting more items packaged an ready to update counts this weekend. If there was anything else that interests you let me know.
  2. 426 Hemi Valve Covers?

    I have them as Mopar hemi covers, https://action-modeler.com/product/mopar-hemi-valve-covers/ Also have the M/T.
  3. 11" Finned Drum Brakes

    I make ones modeled after GM drums. Don't know what these scale up to but you can see there 9/16.
  4. The Shaft?

    Oh, such an old thread but I do make some resin kit ones that I thought where pretty decent. If anything I expected them to be good for the ends for scratch building. My issue do people want to spend $2.25 for 2?
  5. 1970 Chevelle Underside of Hood Color?

    I'm gonna share a website that I use for reference that should help with this answer. They are all about the original restoration. http://www.musclecarrestorationanddesign.com
  6. Yeah, search for that channel an look for a video "1/25 Resin BB Chevy “427” Engine Kit". I will work on getting a kit together this weekend.
  7. I could help with the engine in resin. It has plenty of extra detail that you may not need so if you did want one you can tell my what you do or don't. I have a video that will show you what I offer. https://youtu.be/WJ4SejxpEx4
  8. MPC 75 Corvette Hilborn Injectors Thanks Mike

    Looks like you updated your request, I have a few different styles. See if any look like what you're after.
  9. A few 4bbl carburetor reviews

    Got my(action-modeler) version of a Dominator carb ready after motivation from this post. This one was cast using silver powder. For what it's worth there were two versions of those blocky carbs originally mentioned. The center on them are different, one has an extra step-down.
  10. A few 4bbl carburetor reviews

    Thanks for the close ups. The metal carb is probably pretty hard to cast fine details. I wouldn't think VCG copied the Pro Tech but more they both did the same kit carb. That resin VCG carb is absolute garbage, not need to bad mouth with your pictures. I can say that as a caster myself. I don't sell anything with a single void or leave flash. There is another dominator carb from older kits that I was putting the baseplate from the revell two piece carbs. I got ahold of some fireball carbs an well they put everyone else to shame.
  11. Plymouth 383 auto.

    No not at this point, I have plenty of options to pick an assemble a more detailed an correct engine kit. From what I was reading the horizontal rib was the only difference in the years of blocks. The intake an valve covers from this kit have an unrealistic texture on them so wouldn't be used. I have a few images of what I am working on for a better 440 and to get you guys a better transmission. I have this trans cleaned up an shaved the molded in wires on the one side, also pre-drilled holes for realism. The engine top has the rib detail at the back of the block that I will mold into the 71 Charger block an heck maybe even try for the lifter valley.
  12. Plymouth 383 auto.

    Just got this today, 440 with an automatic from the AMT 71 Dodge Charger kit. Yes ugly car, but this is gonna be my top pick for this engine series. The horizontal ribs on the side give it a later generation but imagine most people won't be that picky for use in a 69.
  13. '64 Plymouth Al Eckstrands "Lawman"

    Hey Snake45, that's what I did an think it stayed pretty dry. Still fighting getting anything to spray wet out of an airbrush. Well, this was just a coat to seal the paint an give a base for the decals. Tonight I got decals on one side.
  14. The project post starts off with the car already prepped an airbrushed with a white base. The script emblems were removed from the side fenders as per reference photos. The hood center molding was shaved down to represent as if it was left off. The body has been in the masking stage for months. Countless Google searches looking for other photos or tips on such a complicated masking yielded nothing. With the very few 1:1 scale images I did find I was able to finally get it to the point of painting the second color. Now I have read the actual two-tone color was some red candy color but I was not gonna risk a thick edge for this detail so I went with Turbine Bronze. There was very little color bleed, some around the back window near the molding that I hope to sand off avoiding brush touch up. My next step from here is an intercoat clear from Inspire Airbrush Paint. This is a solvent based clear as was the paint so I need to build up some courage to spray.
  15. He has three posts asking actually. He stated he wasn't interested in who was suggested in the other thread, likely Fireball. 3D printed parts leave a textured finish that some modelers don't want so maybe he is one.