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TheGing952

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About TheGing952

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    MCM Member

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  • Scale I Build
    1/24-1/25

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  • Location
    Ames, Iowa
  • Full Name
    Travis Warnke
  1. That looks like a great start! Just out of curiosity what are those wheels and tires off of?
  2. The nasty lx notch project

    Man, that is tough!!
  3. Hey guys I was wondering what the best way to scratch build a tachometer for 1/12 and 1/16 scale cars. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks!
  4. Looking good so far...
  5. A pair of 2012 Jimmie Johnson Cars

    Very nice builds... What color of blue is the first one?
  6. Lindberg f150 instructions

    That's awesome! I think the easiest way to get them to me is probably a scanned copy.
  7. I don't know if this is the right place to post this... Does anyone know where I can find the instruction sheet for the Lindbergh off-road f150. I can't find them anywhere on the internet. Any help would be appreciated, and thanks in advance!
  8. Which kit is this? And if its the kit I'm thinking about its the snap-fast one, and if it is where did u get that chassis from?
  9. Touching Up Chrome

    Yeah I really wish they could figure this out too, it can get to be very annoying. Thanks for the tips, I'll have to try them out soon.
  10. Chevelle Hobby Stock W.I.P.

    This is my first model build post, so here it goes. I bought a Revell 1970 Chevlle 3 n' 1 model kit a few years ago, and was unhappy with the amount of flash and the overall look of the kit. So after doing a little thinking on what to do with the kit I decided to turn it into a hobby stock. I bought a NASCAR donor classics off eBay and then began to "hack" it up. Hope you enjoy the pictures so far. If you have any suggestions to make it look better or just any comments feel free to comment!!
  11. I've had quite a few problems with touching up chrome pieces after I've taken them off the trees. I was wondering if anyone had any tips to help me make the trim marks not go noticeable. Its especially noticeable when I built and put the finishing touches on my semi trucks. Thanks