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beautiful builds, they all just look so real, as if you shrunk the full size car, amazing work.

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Steve, you can leave them all on your front step. And I'll be down in a couple of hours to pick them up. Your work is always great. And you build the type of cars I like. So.... Now what's your address?

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Thanks Guys!

Ditto!!!

Say, what is #6 - must have missed this one...

Thanks Frank.

# 6 is an AMT 1961 Buick Invicta that I finished back in November.

 

Steve, you can leave them all on your front step. And I'll be down in a couple of hours to pick them up. Your work is always great. And you build the type of cars I like. So.... Now what's your address?

Thanks for the compliment Scott, but in light of your post, I think I'll keep my address to myself. :D

 

Steve

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Thanks for the compliment Scott, but in light of your post, I think I'll keep my address to myself. :D

 

Steve

Darn! 😀

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Steven, your builds are soooooooooooo awesome! They all look great, but , my fav's are the Ford's, in particular the '57 Fairlane.  

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Thanks so much guys!

 

Steven, your builds are soooooooooooo awesome! They all look great, but , my fav's are the Ford's, in particular the '57 Fairlane.  

I've been stuck a little on Fords as of late Gene, & sorry to nitpick, but the blue Ford is a '58. ;)

 

Steve

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That's okay Steve, I couldn't see the rear end. From the side you can't really tell at a glance, it looks great all the same. :) 

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Those are incredible builds, Steven!  The 58 Ford and 61 Buick are my favs, though all of them are great. Can't wait to see more of your work!

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Only when models are built to this level of detail and precision do you get this kind of realism. I look forward to seeing more of your superb work in 2016. Best wishes for a happy and rewarding New Year.

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Thanks a bunch guys!

Got a few of those "grail" builds done, & looking forward to getting a few more done next year. ;)

 

Steve

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These are all fantastic! I must have missed out on several being presented under glass. 

Cant wait to see the next finished up. 

 

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These are all fantastic! I must have missed out on several being presented under glass. 

Cant wait to see the next finished up. 

 

Thank you Tommy!

 

Steve

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Man, those are all beauties, and all from  my favorite car era! The uptops on the convertibles really add a lot. Great work!

Sam

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Man, those are all beauties, and all from  my favorite car era! The uptops on the convertibles really add a lot. Great work!

Sam

Thanks Sam!

I'm generally a hardtop guy, but I do love the look of a convertible with the top up, so whenever possible, I'll use them.

The '62 Ford is the piece from the annual.

The '58 Ford kit never came with one but the resin Modelhaus piece was so nice I had to add it, as well as the continental kit.

 

Steve

 

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