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Modelbuilder Mark

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    Mark Hubbard

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  1. 1960 Chevy "Hard Luck" Impala

    Great looking model
  2. 2018 Cannonball Septic Truck AKA:"The Stool Bus"

    Are you a plumber by trade, or are you getting the details from research on net? Years ago, I thought of doing a porta potty truck, but as I had not knowledge of the subject matter.... Great work!
  3. 1956 Ford F-100

    Really digging this.
  4. until

    Looking forward to pics and results. I miss going to this show.
  5. Jaguar Mk. II Saloon

  6. 1968 Cadillac de Ville Convertible

    Good looking Caddy!
  7. '30 Ford

    Cool project
  8. 32 fendered 5 window

    Done properly, this could represent a really cool barn find that someone hot rods, but does very little to the body. Maybe where the paint looks bubbled, add rust powder/pigments, but otherwise, keep the rustic look.
  9. conversion woodies, panels, pickups, wagons

    Very cool collection, wide range of scales
  10. Finished my first model

    Looks good, welcome to the hobby. Glad you found this forum.
  11. Cool project. I like that yippy shared your inspiration.
  12. Texas Trouble 31 Ford

    Live and learn indeed. Just frustrated at mused as building time is a premium. Oh well, wanna get it right, so I will redo it. Maybe by Sunday.... Thanks for the comments.
  13. Texas Trouble 31 Ford

    There are times when I am working on a project, that I swear I have a grey cloud hanging over me. I have been using purple power to strip paint for at least 20 years, no issues. A couple days ago, I tried to shoot some paint I the rear axle, and messed it up, so I dropped it in the purple pond. Tonight, I pull out this muck. You would think after thus many years, I would have heard, PP eats aluminum. The extend axle was eaten away, sooooo.....Time to redo the axle. What I had sat before red paint, after I rinsed it all off. What I had before paint what I found in the pond today
  14. 32 big deuce roadster pickup?

  15. Jaguar XK 120, Revell

    Really sharp, nicely done!