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I have begun to resign myself to the fact that 2 or 3 projects per year has become my new normal.

I guess I can live with that. ^_^

 

 

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Steve

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Maybe only 2 but both excellent. The Ford looks like it came out of a new car brochure. Well done.

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If I could build them like that, two would be fine with me! Great results on both of these, and I'm looking forward to the end result of the '68 4-4-2 build, also!!

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With the amount of detail in both of these I can see why you only completed 2. These could pass for real cars for sure. Great, clean, awesome builds and super paint jobs. 

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Steve, both of those are super FANTASTIC, but I especially like the Ford! :wub:

That's been pretty much my normal for a number of years now.....no more than one or two per year. Maybe that'll change for 2020, but I do have some ambitious projects rolling around in my head for the future. ;)

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I always look forward to your builds and these certainly don't disappoint!  Outstanding craftsmanship.

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Steve, I've been a hot rodder since I was twelve, both 1/25 and 1/1 so there is virtually nothing on my shelf that hasn't felt the knife.  But every time I see one of your magnificent showroom stock artworks on here it makes me want to cross over to the dark side and tackle an unmodified car.  The razor sharp precision of everything you do leaves me in awe of just what a human being can achieve. Thank you for sharing all your techniques with everyone here as we all benefit from your patience, your expertise and your methodical approach to mode car building.

A few years ago I found a holy grail of mine, a 64 Chevelle wagon.  I hope to eventually master my airbrush skills sufficiently to tackle a project along these lines, maybe with a set of Americans like the Plymouth.

Cheers

Alan

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Maybe only two, but both are works of art.  Congratulations on a pair of magnificent builds!

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Exceptionally nice as always , I'm sure we all could live with that ! :D

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49 minutes ago, TooOld said:

Exceptionally nice as always , I'm sure we all could live with that ! :D

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Maybe only two builds but you have to look at the level of detail and the finish on them. I followed the Ford build and watched how you go about building your models. The day 2 Plymouth is the style I like. 

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You really made those two kits COUNT though.   Such excellent work.

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Both beautiful, two of my favourites of the year.

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