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About jdcar32

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  • Birthday 03/26/1953

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  • Scale I Build 1/24, 1/25

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  • Location Bradenton, Fl
  • Full Name Jon Davis

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  1. jdcar32 added a post in a topic Most fun you had in a car. KEEP IT P.G.   

    Late 60's, my buddy Tony has his Mom's  '68 428 Country Squire wagon, it's loaded with histerical teenagers, and we are barreling down 45th Ave in Gary Indiana at what seemed like at least  60+ mph. At least one of us was on the roof stage coach style hanging on to the roof rack for dear life. I was tucked away in the back seat laughing like a mad man. Of coarse the same car had a 3rd rear facing seat, useful for stoyaways while entering the drive in movie. OHWHUTFUN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Tony's DAD had a '66 Toronado good for 100mph less that a 1/2 mile after leaving high school, I know 'cause I was riding shotgun.....................
  2. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 53 Hudson Hornet Salt Flats   

    Nice ! wish I would have thought of it ..........
  3. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1958 Chevy impala Side skirts   

    Message me with your address, I have them here in Florida
  4. jdcar32 added a post in a topic '64 Dodge 330   

    Your build is looking really nice, love the big block wedge. If you hav'nt already, check out Bob Mosher's " Mosher Muscle Car Motors" web site for some excellent early 60's Mopar inspiration. I have a 330 posted in my Photo Bucket "jdcar32" library. I used the stock seats, wheels, tires, caps, from the Dodge Little Red Wagon kit because the stock 330 had not been released when I built mine. Looking forward to seeing your's completed !
  5. jdcar32 added a post in a topic MCW Resin Kits - Studebaker Lark   

    I am currently building the MCW 1958 Pontiac Chieftain sedan. The main components are good castings and delivery was quick. But the detail parts such as steering wheel, pedal assembly, and bumpers are total junk. And no chrome parts in this kit. Lucky for me Promolite had '58 Poncho chrome stuff, Tom might have some Studie stuff. Depending on your skills and desire, just about any kit can be made presentable. That Studebaker will be worth it !!
  6. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1952 Hudson Jalopy   

    Love it, Love it, Love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1957 Fireball Roberts Chevy   

    Cant go wrong with a vintage Nascar build, especially a Fireball car ! Nice details, fuel overflow, cut down seat, hood straps, 6 lug wheels and all.............
  8. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1937 Chevy 409 Gasser   

    Thanks Noel !!! The seat mounts are easy, take some sheet styrene and drill holes. Use a drill, a round file, or even an E Xacto blade . It's easier to draw the parts first on the styrene and drill the holes BEFORE cutting them out. Glad you liked the '37....................
  9. jdcar32 added a post in a topic Magic Muffler Fiat - Awful Awful/Fuel Altered   

    I like the dulled down look of the cast aluminum and magnesium, alot of these cars were not all spit and polish. Nice look'in build !
  10. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1930 Model A   

    Nice clean build Bruce. Hey thats a nice lookin A bone.............
  11. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1937 Chevy 409 Gasser   

    I dont like the door logo, I will change it to something more period correct like "Big Ed's Garage" or something when I find something at the next swap meet. I like the hand lettered look that these cars had back in the day. And thanks to all for your kind comments...............
  12. jdcar32 added a topic in Drag Racing Models   

    1937 Chevy 409 Gasser
    I rescued this one from my old Built box, from the 70's. That 40 year old enamel fought long and hard in the green pond !The 409 is from the parts box, along with the cross ram manifold . The magneto is scratch built as is the catch can. The doors were opened and the front clip hinged gasser style. I did a spackle style interior paint. The tranny is a parts pack Hydro Stick with linkage added. The front suspension uses the 32' Ford axle, the rear has traction bars modified from the same kit. The interior has a stock dash with added gauges, a tach, and the chute pull.. The grenade shift knob is scratch built, so is the fire extinguisher. Paint is Tamiya rattle can orange. Windows are made from tinted business card stock.

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  13. jdcar32 added a post in a topic IMC Ford J car   

    Your right, ALL of those IMC kits were ill fitting. I didnt have the skills back then and I gave up on a few of them. Your effort looks good, and it's finished. The "J" is a really neat race car.
  14. jdcar32 added a topic in Under Glass   

    1931 Model A Hiboy
    This one has a resin body of unknown origin ( Flintstone ? ) on top of a Z'd Revell 32 frame. It's chopped, channeled, and has a drilled visor added.The louvered trunk is from the 32 5 window.The doors are hinged, the dash is 48 Ford. I also added side steer with hanging pedals. The motor is a Parts Pack Caddy. Rear end is a quick change. Paint is Tamiya Black . The rear and Caddy valve covers are from Replica and Miniatures of maryland. Thanks for looking.

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  15. jdcar32 added a post in a topic 1965 Pontiac Bonneville.   

    I especially like the appearance of the carpet and rear package shelf. May I ask what you used for these areas ? It does not look like flocking. Red lines and green paint are always a great combo too.