hjracing

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About hjracing

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  • Birthday 05/04/1963

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  • Scale I Build 1/18-1/24-1/25

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  • Location Canary Islands, Spain
  • Full Name José Antonio Hernández Medina

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  1. hjracing added a post in a topic Ford F150 Raptor   

    Wow! Great take on this one!
  2. hjracing added a post in a topic 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero (Trumpeter 1:25)   

    Any updates Angel?
  3. hjracing added a post in a topic IH Scout Pro Touring   

    Sounds like a really cool project! I'll keep an eye on this one!
  4. hjracing added a post in a topic 70 Superbird   

    Awesome job!
  5. hjracing added a post in a topic 1/16 1985 Jeep CJ7   

    Sounds like a cool project! Keep it coming!
  6. hjracing added a post in a topic 69 Ranger long bed-In color 7/19/15   

    Great color scene and stance! I really like it!
  7. hjracing added a post in a topic '57 Chevy Custom Cruiser   

    Really nice done! I like the custom touch! Where do you find the pinstriping?
  8. hjracing added a post in a topic '55 crew   

    Looks really cool man!
  9. hjracing added a post in a topic 1/24 Range Rover DAKAR Rally (Italeri #3694)   

    Hello!
    I have the same kit, and as long as I know, my decals are intac, and I'll don't want to use, so I can trade or I can scan those for you!
  10. hjracing added a post in a topic Moebius Ford F-100- '69/'71 kitbash   

    X2!
  11. hjracing added a post in a topic 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero (Trumpeter 1:25)   

    Great job Angel! Keep it coming!
  12. hjracing added a post in a topic '65 Chevelle SS 396 Z-16 Custom   

    Just awesome!
  13. hjracing added a post in a topic 69 Ford Shelby GT500   

    Wow! Nice 'stang! Great job!
  14. hjracing added a post in a topic SCENES UNLIMITED   

    I second that! We "need" those wheels and "modern" off road tires on 37/38", this BFGoodrich Baja, or the new General Grabber, or maybe, the Toyo ones!