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  1. This is my 1959 Cadillac M&M Service car. I built it 2 years ago. The body is a 1959 Cadillac M&M hearse by Jimmy Flintstone. I used the chassis & the front seats from the AMT/Ertl Ghostbusters Ecto-1A kit & the rear compartment from the Polar Lights Ecto-1 kit. I also added a partition from Three Inches Under as well as a mortuary stretcher which also came from Three Inches Under (with a little scratchbuilding). I also made the blanked-out side windows & wreaths from styrene
  2. Although I have license plates to put on it, I'm marking this one done for now. I'm also in the market for a front script in either a decal or photoetch as I couldn't get BMF to look right. Body: Tamiya Gloss Black Top: Tamiya Flat Black Interior: Tamiya Maroon with cloth headliner Resin casket
  3. Decided to get this one going. I've been too busy playing with snap-together kits and want to get back into more challenging stuff. What I've achieved so far... Tamiya Gloss Black with Flat Black vinyl top... Burgundy interior... More coming...
  4. All the images for this build are here until I get this properly sorted: http://imgur.com/a/20wIo I've started this project with intent to finish by Halloween this month. I already had the M113 built up and painted. It was an older build and was tired of looking at it so I wanted to do something else with it. The Vanpire kit I had in the stash but I knew I wouldn't ever build it. I cut 1 wheel section of the lower hull of the M113 to make it shorter. An easy task on the bandsaw. While helping me figure out the best configuration and fit, Mr. Mohinga got tired and decided to take a nap. All the images for this build are here until I get this properly sorted: http://imgur.com/a/20wIo thanks for looking
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