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John Teresi

"Berlin Buick": On the Bench 12/4/17 ....."OUTSIDE" Finished pictures posted 2/7/18

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Hello.......thank you all so very much for the kind comments.......I really do appreciate them:).........I made the rear side window frames and I painted them Alclad and attached the glass......I also made the side door window frames painted them Alclad and added wind wings......I made a rag top using medical bandage tape and painted it "Folk Art" Acrylic Charcoal Gray........I`m finished with this model......I will take some "Outside" pics soon and post them.......thanks for looking and all the kind comments

 

 

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John... Very Nice work. She is Gorgeous and Turned out great. Man you make it look so easy. This build is going turn heads.

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Took me a while to respond John but it's only because it took me this long to soak in all the details.  Just one of the points of interest is the twin small "buttons" on the door panels on the tartan fabric.  Subtle but you can't miss them.  Great eye and execution as always!   cheers, tim

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digging that window h/ware and looking forward to eye-balling this in Utah next year ....

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WOW!!!!!   This one turned out awesome brother.  You really do see more an' more detail as one studies the pics.

Love it!!!!

Randy

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I'm at a loss for words! Looks like you could get in it and drive it away, absolutely beautiful job!

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John.....it looks great !!! Another fantastic job. Makes me want to drive it. You always inspire me

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Hello.......thank you all so very much for following along with this build and for all the kind comments.......I really do appreciate them:)........I have posted "Outside" Finished pictures of this build you can go here to  see them........

 

 

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thanks for looking

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Simply amazing! Another masterpiece from JT! (NOT Justin) LOL

 

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I saw the 1:1 in New Jersey last summer. You really did it justice. Fantastic job!

WF

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No, that's impossible; that can't be 1/24 - it must be 1/8!  Or John Teresi must be about one foot tall.  A stunning build.

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John, sometimes you make make me want to cry Uncle and just sell everything in my collection. Kits, tools, paint, I mean everything! Then the insanity comes back and I go,"Well he has worked at it for a while, so maybe if I dedicate that much time, maybe I can get half as good". Then I look at the year on the calendar. It tells me, nope nobody lives 150+ years and I am already older than you are! And Chris, don't be laughing too hard, because you have done the same thing to me! LOL!!

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