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Dirkpitt289

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About Dirkpitt289

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 01/01/1967

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    1/24 1/72 1/144

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  • Location
    New Jersey
  • Full Name
    Dirk Pitt

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  1. 1969 Dodge Dart GTS 340 Is Completed

    The motor looks great
  2. Road Race/Pro Touring Cuda - Project "HELL BOY”

    I really like what you are doing here. I've been tempted to do something like this (Big flares) but haven't yet. If I may ask, where are those rims from. I like them a lot
  3. It was pretty nice then and is looking even sharper now. I like it
  4. 1969 Dodge Dart GTS 340 Is Completed

    Looking good so far
  5. Bring Out Your Dead... Long Stalled Models

    I'm not a VW guy but that is an awesome project. You should find a way to finish it.
  6. '90 Ford Mustang LX Top Street

    That is some impressive cage work you got going on there. Has this build been completed?
  7. Bob Glidden Thunderbolt

    That's awesome, I'm a huge Glidden fan as well and I hope to build this car as well someday
  8. AMT 49 Ford "GASMAN"

    Awesome work.
  9. 1968 single turbo pro 275 mustang

    The hood cowl isn't my taste but dang if it doesn't look menacing
  10. Bronco Buster

    That's too cool for school... Sorry I couldn't help myself, but its a brilliant build
  11. My 13th Thunderbolt build.

    Sharp build, bravo!
  12. Drag truck

    Nicely done
  13. Tasca Ford Thunderbolt

    Great painting skills. I love the old T-Bolts
  14. Dude, you do some wicked build. Bravo!
  15. 1968 camaro the golden gorilla

    Doooode, this is wicked cool. I am really impressed with your cage building skills. I can learn a couple (Who am i kidding, a boat load) things from you. Question, if i may? Did you use regular sheet styrene to extend the nose? Did you cast those turbos? Do you have a picture of the bottom of the car? I'm trying to figure out how you brought it all together with all that custom roll cage work