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About Shardik

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/27/1961

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    Killeen, Texas
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    Johann H. Buerfeind V

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  1. Looking good! the new yellow for the engine details looks spot on (on my monitor, at least). Are the cheater slicks out back as they came out of the box, or did you modify them?
  2. Excellent job. This is one of the cleanest stock builds of this model that I have seen. I'm particularly impressed with the window gaskets; they look completely authentic.
  3. I am truly saddened by the loss of such a kindred spirit. I never met this giant of a man in person, but was privileged to exchange views through private messages and books through the mail. We've all felt his absence throughout his illness, but it is a sobering thought to realize that he won't be coming back. As has been said already: We are all richer for having known him, and poorer for having lost him. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. Goodbye, Harry.
  4. I like everything about this, from the simplicity of the subject to the very clean execution. Just the right amount of shine to the paint, too. By the way, what color did you use for the engine? It looks spot-on.
  5. Hmm. For some reason, I can't get the link to show up. Sorry.
  6. The thing I like about your threads, Bill, is that not only do I get to see an awesome model come together, but I learn so much in the process.
  7. I am fanatical about engine detail, so I love all the detail in the "Enthusiast series" Porsches (I have two of them), but my fellow military modellers on this forum are probably chuckling along with me at seeing these kits described as 'high parts count'. I'm in the process of building a Panzer IV with 1,230 parts - and thats 1:35 scale with no engine!
  8. Thanks for the quick reply and the tutorial, Steve. And thank you, bill, for the link. Now I'll see if I can pull it off.
  9. Looks good, Kevin, but you better reconnect that coil wire or it'll never start.
  10. This is looking gorgeous, as usual, Steve. Have you ever done a tutorial on making your transparent steering wheels?
  11. Looking good, Rob. So, where did that siamese blower come from? It looks like a very nicely molded piece.
  12. Just ordered mine. Can't wait.
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