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1933 Cadillac Town Car: As Classy as it Gets!


Harry P.
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Really... really... classy. B)

Harry, I don't know how you do it. Your workmanship is excellent.

Thank you, Jeremy. I've been building models for quite a while now... eventually I learned how to get it right... :)

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Harry....I'm sort of channeling my interest in Classics through your builds of the large scale kits (as many know, I limit my builds to 1/24th and 1/25th scale). Between your projects shown on this board, and the coverage of your classics in the Dr. Cranky IHOP Volume II, I am pretty amazed at your building talent with kits of the Classic genre. .

I too would love to see you tackle that Entex 1/16th scale 1930's Packard kit, but until then, take a very big bow for some mighty fine work.

Best Regards...TIM

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Thanks, Tim.

My next project is going to be a 1/16 Entex RR Phantom III that I will be turning into a woody. Basically a scratchbuilt body from the cowl back, using real wood. I have the kit... I have the reference photos... I hope to start on it next week, and I'll be doing a full-blown WIP thread.

Stay tuned... :D

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  • 5 years later...
18 hours ago, charlie8575 said:

A good modeler, and a genuinely good man.

Charlie Larkin

Also a man of surprising depth.  He and I corresponded for a while on the subject of political philosophy, of all things.

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