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  1. Just finished this 1930 Packard Boattail Speedster by Monogram. It’s an old 1/24 Museum Pieces kit I found on eBay which unfortunately came to me missing quite a few parts. I can’t really complain though since it was only $15. I actually thought it was missing the interior door panels too, until I realized they were molded veeeery faintly into the interior tub. In addition to cutting the door panels out and building some new ones with styrene sheets and metal wire, the fabricated mods include most of the other interior bits, rear bumper, engine bay detail (distributor, wire router, firewall, etc), exhaust and front headlight bracket. Currently on the lookout for better wire wheels, as the kit provided set is probably its biggest weakness. Too cold/rainy in nyc for the usual outdoor pics, so the photo booth will have to do. It’s also probably going to be my last build using spray cans, as I finally made the leap and bought an airbrush setup. Time to hit the boards and learn how to do everything all over again 😂 Last pic is with the 1:1 I used for inspiration 🤙🏽
  2. Another one I built way back when, though it still needs a front bumper. Lindberg kits do have a certain reputation, but every so often they would come up with a winner, and this was one of their nicer efforts. The paint job was based on a 1928 Packard in an Automobile Quaterly article.
  3. These are 1/43 scale resin. They are all priced at about $100. They are very nice. From left to right. Esval limo, Automodello Twelve, Neo wagon, Spark's Stalin limo
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