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wrecker388

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About wrecker388

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  • Birthday 04/23/1998

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    Barnesville,Ohio
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    Riley Schultz

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  1. 1977 1978 1979 Thunderbird progress

    If you would need any reference pics or measurements PM me and I'll happy take some off of my 78. Great start to a mostly underappreciated car!
  2. 2019 Cannonball run ideas

    Seeing as I suggested the VannonBall last year I strongly support that one!
  3. 1950 Ford F-8 Big Job

    What a great looking truck! Everything works extremely well together.
  4. 2018 Cannonball Run

    Despite my silence, the Slant Sickness has been done for quite some time now. Between work, school, and other projects I've not been able to post up the final pictures. So here we go. Any questions let me know.
  5. AMT '59 El Camino-Now Under Glass-11/21

    There is a whole lot of it. I know dad had the car for quite some time while the owner was getting the chrome refinished.
  6. AMT '59 El Camino-Now Under Glass-11/21

    The old scanned in picture has to be from around 1988 or 1989, 10 years before I was born. The modern day pictures are from 2012 at a local car show. Sorry that they are such strange views, I was too young and stupid to use a camera lol. The car was completely untouched from the day my dad last touched it. Dad recognized it almost immediately. The color is regularly for a Chevy Beretta, and is the same as is on my mom's 65 GTO.
  7. AMT '59 El Camino-Now Under Glass-11/21

    Reminds me of a 1:1 car my dad restored for a customer around 30 years ago. I don't have pics handy but the one you showed was basically the car dad restored. That particular car was off because it was a stock Blue Flame 6 that the owner didn't want to change. I'll post some pics if you're interested. I'm definitely on board for the nostalgia. This will be excellent just like your other builds.
  8. whats the rarest model you own and did you build it?

    This is 100% right. I've got a CMG and have previously built the 67 4-in-1. You could mod the heck out of the stock body but you're still not gonna have the frame. I've not built mine yet but it's a partially started builder so that's what it shall be.,
  9. Very nice! I especially love the turbos on the boat.
  10. 34 Ford 225 Slant Six Rat Rod

    Thanks guys! Kinda my thoughts too Rick. I originally wanted to do a 70s car but i thought this fit the bill alright. Any windy turns at speed could be interesting too with the old school straight axle. I'd originally planned to use Mustang II IFS from a Monogram 37 Ford Sedan, but it was pretty fiddly and nothing wanted to fit together after paint. So i scrapped that idea and started over.
  11. 34 Ford 225 Slant Six Rat Rod

    This is my build for this years cannonball run. The theme of course is inline engines. I had a few options to choose from. Model A Flathead four, 50 Chevy 5 window Straight 6, and 2 Chrysler 225 Slant 6. One of the Slants won out of course and i decided it had to be turbo. I originally wanted to do a lackluster 70s Mopar- think Volare or lame Duster- in a style inspired much by the Rotsun from Roadkill. But I didn't have either of the 2 cars, and really didn't need to buy another kit, so I decided to dig in the parts box. My neighbor gave me a 34 Ford body with a bunch of other parts, so i felt compelled to use it. I had other parts leftover from my early days of building (extreme gluebombing. Lol) when I'd had a 34 that i butchered into a rat rod and put on a 50 F1 frame. So i dug those out, along with stealing a turbo off of an old testors Porsche that i glue bombed at around the same time. And thus, Slant Sickness was born. No complete kits have been butchered for this build at all. I have robbed some kits of being built with box stock custom options however, but i didn't plan to use these parts on those cars anyway. I'll shut up and post up some pics. Any comments, suggestions, or ideas are welcomed!
  12. 2018 Cannonball Run

    Get down with the (Slant) Sickness! Introducing the start and rudimentary mockup of my turbo 225 Slant powered 34 Ford 5 window. Gonna go with a heavy patina on the body, and I'm sticking with the Roadkill inspired hater pipe exhaust. I originally planned to use a Mustang II IFS from a Monogram 37 Ford, but it refused to cooperate so we're going old school. Front frame rails aren't exactly straight but that simply is a result of all of the torque and horsepower the 225 is putting out. Lol
  13. 2018 Cannonball Run

    I think one of the Moebius Ford trucks has a 300 Inline 6 in it. The 69 i think. I'd think there would be a few people chiming in with a Cummins diesel in something. I think there's one of them made by Trailer Trash customs? Don't quote me on that but i do remember seeing a resin cast 5.9 somewhere on this board before. I'm having a ball with my 34. Just need to take some pics to post up. I've not had this much fun with a model in quite some time. Probably because I've not built a complete parts box sourced hot rod in an eternity. I'll post some pics of my current progress when i get a chance to.
  14. 2018 Cannonball Run

    Here's my plan. Parts box special. I have the option of 34 ford 5 window coupe, or 29 Model A roadster or closed cab pickup for the body. Big prostreet tires from the USA 1 Corvette. Chrysler Slant Six from last year's Dodge 330 with a turbo pirated from a glue bomb Porsche. Everything is simply in the mockup stage right now. Not sure how I'm gonna design everything yet. Subject to change as usual.
  15. CANNONBALL 2017

    Big congratulations to Bruce! I've got a few Straight cylindered powered hot rod ideas for next year already swirling through my devious head. Nothing as radical as the Dodge from this year or as over my head as the 50 Ford truck from the Aussie Ball that I still haven't finished. My main goal for these is to show improvement, which comparing the 2015 Sleeper Cougar to the Dodge from this year is quite a difference. Next year I'm thinking of maybe doing a few cars for this CBP, I've got like 4 Straight sixes and inline fours with no homes, and 3 old hot rod bodies and frames just needing some inspiration.