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Found 23 results

  1. Heres my Ford starliner super stock build, small slicks, seat belts, BMF, Nice kit by AMT..
  2. Heres a 67 SS Impala Outlaw I just Finished! Used slixx dragster decals, Melody Troxell I think..hope u like her..
  3. PRO STOCK COLT

    Have been very busy with life in general and less time at the bench but not out of the hubby. Here is what I am working on. It is a replica of the Nostalgia Drag Racing P/S Colt. The owner of the real car Bob Mayerle reach me to make him a model of his race car. So far this is where I am. Using spare parts and aftermarket pieces I think this can be done.
  4. The 1/25 AMT "Old Pro" '72 Chevy Nova SS Pro Stock, kit #1142, is coming back:
  5. Well since I got the camaro finished I figured I might as well get started on the next one . This build will be using the match racer firebird. Id like to put more detail into this one than the last so ill be trying some new things. I got the body painted to see how I liked the color and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Here's a teaser pic of things to come
  6. Hey all! I'm still pretty new to the model scene but have loved so far what I've seen on this forum. There's a lot of amazing talent around here and it's definitely inspiring. This is my first finished model while being a member on this forum. I always want to improve on my model building so constructive criticism is always welcome. Thanks for looking!
  7. I've been away from models for a while but have just recently got back in and couldn't be happier. This build will be using the Reher Morrison third gen camaro, but will be built a little different. I've always loved third gens and have a 1:1 of my own. I will be adding some extra details with parts from Ted's modelling marketplace. Thanks for looking!
  8. Hello Experts, amateurs, novices and you! I need help and guidance for my next build. The finished car will be a Pro-Stock 1980 Dodge Omni like the one pictured below. I know that I will need at least 2 models to complete it correctly. The stock Omni 1979 1/25 scale should suffice as the sidewinder model has fender flares and some ungodly looking front lower valance. The second model is where I need some guidance as it will be used to marry the body on that frame. I have looked at a few pro-stock model kits, but haven't found the right one that would fit the easiest without paying through the nose for a Landry model. As you know, the wheel wells of the pro-stock kit need to match the body of the stock Omni, length and width wise without too much customizing. If anyone knows those measurements or knows of a pro-stock model, that would be great. Also, is a 1/25 scale close enough to a 1/24 scale? My plan is to build the pro-stock without the body and then get the Omni body on there as close as possible. It is a personal build and not for show. Below are some of the parts that I will need to make it close to correct and "hopefully" come in a pro-stock kit already. Engine: Dodge Hemi 426/500+ HP with tunnel ram and dual 1350 Dominator carbs. Dual plug and dual distributor Wheels and tires: Centerline (or alike) Goodyear or Firestone racing slicks with skinnies up front I truly appreciate anyone's help on this project.
  9. Here is the 68 Dart the classic Red light Bandit, wired it up, ad'ed battery cables sanded slicks, this was a fun build, used the Revell hemi kit. I'll post a few more pics now that I have my cell cam set right had it on wrong mode, kept taking to big a pics.
  10. Here is the 68 Dart the classic Red light Bandit, wired it up, ad'ed battery cables sanded slicks, this was a fun build, used the Revell hemi kit. I'll post a few more pics now that I have my cell cam set right had it on wrong mode, kept taking to big a pics.
  11. any info on the Gun Fighter VI Pro stock car? any ones built here? Need a cpl ref pics, can only find one?
  12. Hello all, just finished my Motown Missile pro stock cuda, driven by Don Carlton, fun build, made a set of wheelie bars but decided not to install, early car didn't use them, has the dual distributors, I feel it came out decent,
  13. Here is what I been working on between doing some chassis work for a guy from Bama. "hey its a paying build" lol, I used a tubbed chassis, 9" ford rearend, 4 link, fully cabled and wired out, with NOS lines and fuel lines, I should have takin interrior pics before I sealed her up, looks nice. hope ya like, ask anything u want, doing the Phil Bonner 64 ford Falcon next..oh,here's a pic of the headers I made for it..lol
  14. Here is what ive been working on last week or do, its a Firebird pro stock chassis and engine I'm doing for a customer from Alabama. Coming along nice, just trying to figure out how to plumb and wire the NOS bottles to the Dual Carbs to make them look sorts real, need a cpl ref pics? Any help guys?
  15. Here is the start of my 67 Impala Ss, doing it as a pro comp, mayB super Gas,
  16. Here is my just completed 66 Nova SS pro stocker. I call the paint Electric red Candy over a Gold base coat. No, its not candy red, its a waterd down, gold/ silver mix with ol red paint, looks pretty wild up close, this is the AMT kit, with lite sponsor decals, an Ghost Flames, thanks for taking time to look at my work, means a lot.
  17. 63 corvette gasser update,

    Here is the 63 gasser vette I been.working on, removed the gas tank and exhaust sys, also.cut out the front molded in A frame, and bars, going to use a Springer type, interrior is started and 427 wired and ready to drop in, will post a few more later. Thanks guys,
  18. Just starting the 70 Jo Han or 71 Sox and Martin Pro Stocker, the one with the taller Box scoop, I hear they are re-releasing this kit a round2 models ,but I do love the older Jo HAN KIT, Will post a few pics along the way. This cars Paint Job is a pain, its getting the stripes even centered, an the small white ones between the blue, AGH,,
  19. Hey guys, here is a S/s Sox n Martin 68 Dodge Dart, it was the Hemi kit, and I had a set of old sox n martin decals, and I like jade green, so I thought Y not, I put the detail.work in. Plugs. Batt cables, also made a tac out of the little tree spruce round piece. Looks ok, put a decal on face. And wired it too dist cap, now I suc at the foil trim, always put on too thick, working on that, afraid.of cutting the body with the knife. Lol.
  20. reher morrison camaro

    My finished p/s camaro. Fully wired and plumbed. I added valve stem on rims. 1st time I have detailed one this much, I hope you enjoy looking,
  21. I Could use some info and Pic's of a Newer 80's-90's Pro Stock chassis layout for the Fuel and Battery wiring from the rear chassis too the elec, relay board up front, and too motor,,etc,,Thanks for any help, This is for the Reher-Morrison 84 or Grumpy toy 83 etc..
  22. I bought this exactly two years ago as a Glue Bomb. Pictures of the starting point can be seen Here. So it is Jo-Han's Sox & Martin kit, which I decided to build as a Pro Stocker that could run in Nostalgia Events nowadays. First I took the whole thing apart and stripped the paint. The actual building process started from the engine, where I filled the metal axle hole in the engine block. After that I painted and assembled the engine. Those Spark Plug Wires were a real pain, since I've never liked making them and now I had to install 16 wires! Carburetors are original Jo-Han parts, but I drilled out the Carburetor Throats (?) and added the Nozzles (?). The carburetor linkage is built with Detail Masters' Photo Etch parts and metal wire. For the Chassis, I added a separate Front Axle system from my Parts Box. It fit with some cutting and slicing. Wheelie bars were added, too, as well as brake and fuel lines. Otherwise it's Box Stock. When I glued the engine on place, I built the fuel lines. They were done with Pro Tech Braided Line (Great stuff!). Those fittings were built from plastic tubing. Fuel Pressure Regulators were also scratchbuilt. The body needed some work before paint. I glued front and rear panels on place and smoothed the seams. Same thing with the Two-Piece Scoop. The hood pins were removed and later on I installed Photo Etch parts there. Paint is straight from a spray can and same thing with the clear coat. After those, I polished the body, but when I was removing masking tape from the body after polish, part of the clear coat came off just over the Hemi Decal. Luckily decal didn't damage, though. Windows are sheet plastic and I had to modify the rear bumber to make it fit. I added some length on the sides of it so it would match the body better. The chute is from Lindberg's '64 Dodge and I detailed it as well as I could. Also the Chromed Headlights were painted to make them look a bit more realistic. Well here are the pics.
  23. Decals by Lucas

    Has anyone heard anything from Rick? He is really good about answering emails and I have not heard from him about a small issue I had on an order and was hoping he is ok. It has been several months and that is just not like him. He has really nice decals and normally great customer service. I would like to order more if I know everything is alright. Thanks